CONQUISTADOR’s condition can quite simply be summed up in one word – stunning. She has been continually maintained and cherished her throughout her life by professional crew for very discerning owners. She has also had the benefit of numerous upgrades during construction and post building. These upgrades have been made with full consultation with the factory.
Maintained to exacting standards this Swan will appeal to an owner looking for the very best, whether they wish to cruise, race or charter – or all three!
Now en route Mediterranean
Please contact Joost Goverts at +34 971 707900
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 24.90 m
Beam: 5.82 m
LWL: 21.12 m
Minimum Draft: 4.20 m
Maximum Draft: 4.20 m
Displacement: 36700 kgs
Total Power: 240 HP
Engine Brand: Yanmr
Year Built: 2012
Engine Model: 4LHA-STE
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Power: 240 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (1200 Liters)
Fuel Tanks: (2000 Liters)
Number of single berths: 4
Number of twin berths: 1
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 5
Number of heads: 3
A very extensive refit was carried out while in the RMK yard in Turkey, between Oct. 2011 to August 2012. The renewal of the teak decks and paint work were contracted by RMK whilst all further upgrades, replacement and refurbishment of systems was carried out by Nautor trained technicians. The list of issues that was addressed is too long to put into a specification. Just the highlights are listed below.
2012 – new Max Power retractable bow thrusters, hydraulic, 30hp 2012- full service on the Navtex system and all hydraulics. 2012- new teak decking throughout. 2012 – interior; new headliners, New Sunbrella floorcovers, new salon leather upholstery, new crew area upholstery, new mattresses in owner's cabin. New varnish where required. Wooden bunk in crew area. ( winter 2012). 2012 – new design and manufactured steering consoles. 2012 – new AC, chilled water unit 72000 Btu with 7 air handlers. Replaced hydraulic hatch pistons 2012 - New Yanmar Main engine 4LHSTP, 240 Hp-. by Peter.fi 2012 – New Northern lights Generator, 20 Kw/hr. 2012 - New cush plate 2012- all biminis and dodgers new. 2012 – new carbon protection plates at Bow and Stern 2012 – new Anchor Chain, galvanized 100Mt. 2012 – toilets 4 x Tecma 24v, new. 2012 – 7 new Groco Brass seacocks in the engine room. 2012 – refrigeration, Penguin 24v, new. 2012 – new Lewmar V6 windlass 2012- new cruising Genoa from Doyle, mainsail sheet. 2012 – lopo lights on bow, stern and masthead. 2012- galley equipment upgrades: Miele induction stove and oven, Miele washer/dryer. Galley macerator. 2012- new dive compressor. 2012 – new tender Ribeye 4.3 M. 2012- new propshaft- 2012- Awlgrip paint on hull, topsides and super structure. RMK- 2012 - new custom made pedestals at both steering columns with all controls such as furling, lights, thrusters, navigation, autopilot etc. looking very smart. 2012 – re machined Gori prop. Serviced and balanced by Gori. 2012 – navigation instruments upgrades and repairs: Displays all reconditioned, new speedlog, Navnet2 Plotter replaced, furuno plotters, radar and SSB radio full serviced by “Diverse”. 2 x new Furuno VHF. Autopilot new display and remote
Other Upgrades and Modifications: Added removable carbon bow sprit for easier use of asymmetric code “0” and added an extended carbon spinnaker pole for racing (07/2006) Upgraded and modified lightning protector to a lightning dissipater system (02/2001) Replacing computer and wireless system 2007/08 Replacement of batteries to Gel type Waterpump Giamesschi ecojet 2 Any pump that had faults was replaced as needed same, plumbing and hoses. New cleats, 6 x Versari del Monte. 2012 – service on all sails. All fairleads re anodized and moving parts replaced. Steering wheels covered in Carbon leather look
Hull and Deck construction
HULL & DECK The construction is partly high tech with honeycomb cored pre-pregnated carbon fibre structural bulkheads and main deck. Carbon fibres are used to reinforce the hull stiffeners. Hull construction is of proven solid single skin glass fibre reinforced Vinylester laminate.
Finish: Coloured topsides, originally in gel coat dark blue (instead of standard white) - repainted to Awlgrip Majestic blue (June 2012). Cove stripe and boot top painted in Pale Gold Awlgrip. Bottom paint, International Micron Extra, black. Transom and deck extended by 45 cm to give an aft deck of 1,65m at build stage.
Keel Racing keel fitted (06/2002) in Brisbane Rudder and steering system:- Carbon fibre spade rudder with two self-aligning roller bearings Two steering wheels standard 120cm carbon/teak Weed cutter forward of the rudder post Rudder serviced and rubber seal replaced 2012 RMK Rudder dropped and inspected Keel removed and resealed 2012, new keel nuts.
Deck Honeycomb cored pre-preg carbon fibre structural bulkheads and main deck. Toe rail was lengthened forward to create foothold for the people on the bow. Teak replaced to original specification 2012 Teak foot rests at helm
Engine and Mechanical
Yanmar 4LHSTP, 4 cilinder, 240Hp, new 2012 3 blade Gori folding propeller, serviced 2012. Accessories on engine: Heat exchanger for the consumable fresh water is included in the same circuit. making hot water available whenever the engine is running. Service alternator, replaced (10/2006). Service: Engine bed reinforced – Villefranche (02/2007). Exhaust system: Main engine exhaust outlet at the transom. Wet exhaust system with fibreglass silencer and gas/water separator for main engine and diesel generator, cooling water is discharged below waterline, exhaust gases, discharge through transom. Exhaust system replaced 07/2012 for both main engine and gen set.
Fuel Fuel volume 2000 Litres in stainless steel tanks. Fuel filters: Racor 75/500 FGX P 10 for the engine and Racor 500 FG P for the diesel generator. Fuel filter / water separator with alarm. Racor fuel filter replaced and installed new set (09/2002).
Plumbing and Electrical Systems
PLUMBING AND VENTILATION Forced air ventilation in cabins. Exhaust ventilation in heads and galley and engine room. Replaced aluminium vent grill to fibreglass in centre cockpit (06/2002). Water maker, Sea Recovery Aqua Whisper, 4,500 litres 1200 gallons per day Freshwater system: Integrated stainless steel water tanks. Deck shower at bathing platform aft. Fresh water connection to deck washes outlets amidships starboard and in anchor well.
Seawater system: Deck wash outlets fore and aft.
Black water system: Linked to the two toilets aft (Day head and Owners) approx. 200 litres. Forward holding tank linded to crew and forward heads, approx 70 litres
ELECTRICAL DC system: Battery capacity 1200Ah / 5h, (600 for radios, 600 for service). Additional 24V outlet on the aft edge of the galley vent Dorade box forward of the mast and steering wheel pedestal. AC system: Additional 230V outlet in the locker starboard side of the main entrance for chargers. Power sources: Shore power 230V and 115V via 6kVA transformer. Separate shore power inlet for air conditioning 230V 50A, (each inlet is provided with polarity alarm) Inverters and chargers in aired location. Inverter, Mass 24/500 VA, 230V including transfer switch. Inverter for entertainment equipment, Mass 24/1500 VA, 230V including transfer switch. 24V deck outlets selectable 24/12V.
Diesel generator, 20Kw/hr Northern lights, new 2012.
Clima AC chilled water system, 72.000 BTU, 230V, 50Hz with 7 air handlers.
All new 2012.
Accommodations and Interior
General Leather on the saloon sofas, chairs and navigation seat, new 2012. Leather for vanity stools, same as in saloon. Upholstery material for mattresses, Annala, Helmi. New mattress owners cabin 2012. Upholstery material for settee in fo’c’s'le / crew area, imitation leather. Canvas lee cloth for all berths. Canvas covers for all leather cushions for use during delivery and racing. Lightweight floorboards. Oilskin locker aft of skipper’s cabin starboard, with shelves outboard and hanging rail. Teak hooks for hanging lockers, 12 pcs. Sunbrella and rubber floor protection on all except master cabin new 10/2012.
Forecastle Fo’c’s'le locker. Storage stainless bars for sheets, etc. Workbench on starboard side, mattress to fit on top. Upper bunk in teak. Removable table. Hanging locker starboard side aft with 2/3 and 1/3 deep shelves outboard.
Port forward guest cabin: Double lower berth, mattress in one piece, upper Pullman berth. Hinges on the outboard and inboard section under the berth, in three sections to get access to the stowage under the bed. Lockers outboard accessible when Pullman down. Lockers under the bed. Utility shelf at the head end of the upper berth. Hanging locker 2/3 hanging, 1/3 shelves behind hanging space.
Port aft guest cabin: Fixed berths each side with Pullman above outboard berth. Lockers outboard accessible when Pullman down. Drawers under both berths. Upper lockers above inboard berth. Hanging locker with 2/3 and 1/3 shelves behind hanging space. Water thermos next to berths x 2.
Captain’s cabin – starboard aft of saloon: Fixed lower berth and Pullman upper berth, 10cm foam mattresses (instead of spring mattresses) Hinged lids to the space under the bed. Utility shelf at head end of the upper berth. Hanging locker aft with shelves in the lower part, hanging space in the upper part. Water thermos next to bed. Foul weather gear and safety harness locker aft of Capt.’s cabin (port side).
Owner’s Cabin Aft Centreline berth, drawers under the bed. Full-length clear mirror flush with the forward bulkhead. Light switches and air conditioning control each side of the mirror. Vanity stools hinged on port and starboard side. Mirror in port side vanity lid. Hanging lockers 2/3 hanging, 1/3 shelf and shelf behind the hanging space outboard. Book shelves on both sides, port side. Water thermos, 2 pcs, one each side of the bed. Drawers each side aft of the bed.
Saloon Bar unit with top loaded drink fridge and icemaker on port side aft with glass stowage on one side and bottles on the other (mirror back wall in bottle locker). Three separate roller shutters in front of entertainment units on starboard side. Stowage for CD’s. Pull out crockery drawer forward on starboard side. Locker outboard of this locker for linens. Book shelves between the two lockers on port side. Three chairs at main saloon table, with locks for anchoring. Saloon table on starboard side, removable, stowage space under the table base. Space under locker on starboard aft of the settee dedicated to computer gear & outlets etc. Stowage space inside the port saloon table base. Stowage space under the saloon port side sofa forward (houses the Owner’s manuals). Opening lockers to the narrow space outboard of the companionway ladder.
Heads New Tecma heads throughout 2012 Toilets on port side aft made into one larger toilet, and separate shower stall access also from the port aft guest cabin. Overhead shower and hand shower unit in crew toilet and captain’s toilet. Utility shelf in Owner’s shower stall. Soap holders in all heads. Shower curtains in the port fwd toilet and in the starboard aft toilet.
Galley Counter tops Corian, Cameo off white. Draining locker for plates. Microwave oven. Miele induction 4 burners with Miele oven, new 2012
Navigation and Communication Systems
Radio telephone, communication: SSB, Furuno FS-1562-25, 250 W, MF/HF SSB GMDSS with earphone jack. Furuno 7421 VHF on port helm station Furuno 8800 semi-duplex VHF at chart table. Mast head antenna for main VHF Radar post mounted antenna for cockpit VHF VHF doubled up for safety
Brookes & Gatehouse: Hercules racing pack 2000, 890-Pk-1 including: FFD Display, 1 piece at nav station; Wind/depth/log processor; Performance processor; Masthead unit: Speed, depth sensor; Water temperature; Through hull housings, 2 pcs; 20/20, 6 pcs (4 on mast, 2 on the aft coaming edge at main sheet track port and SB); FFD, 5 pcs (2 on the aft coaming edge at the main sheet track port and SB side, 2 at the main entrance, one each side, and 1 in owners cabin); FFD displays, 4 pcs (1 at nav station, 1 in fore cabin, 2 on deck one each side aft of the secondary winches); Analogue 360° wind display, at nav station; B&G Barometric pressure sensor; Heel angle sensor; Air temperature sensor; Compass, B&G Halcyon Gyro-Stabilised at nav station; B&G Man Overboard Button, 302-Pk-10 aft of the helmsman. (Note: B & G FFD, 20/20 Analogue wind indicator deck units newly replaced 07/2006) * All serviced 2012
Autopilot: Autohelm ST7000 hydraulic, constant running pump with two hydraulic rams.
Navigators, radar, etc: AIS System connected to MAX SEA. 2 x Furuno Navnet 2 Radar and plotter serviced 2012, deck and chart table. Digital yacht Nav PC with inbuilt GPS and AIS On deck – IP67 rated sunlight readable display Toshiba chart table display
Computer, printer: Fujitsu PC with Toshiba screen at chart table linked to saloon TV Epson Printer
Emergency antenna for SSB, coiled up cable VHF antenna on the radar post for the security VHF. SSB antenna, one split backstay leg has antenna wire shrink wrapped to the Kevlar jacket. Grounding cage for SSB radio telephone. VHF aerial and GPS antenna at radar post.
Sails and Rigging
Spars and poles: Hall Spars carbon mast (medium Modulus) with four spreaders swept back 18°. Spinnaker pole, carbon fibre. Jockey Pole. Bowsprit. Elk hide on spinnaker pole, both ends, and on jockey pole Slab reefing mainsail. Blocks for conventional mainsail sheeting system, reefing lines lock off system in boom. Antal luff hardware year 2000.
Standing rigging: Backstay of Aramid cable. Carbon fibre chain plates. Standing rigging PBO Rigging, 2012, by Marine Results, 6 year warrantee. Tuff Luff on the Head-stay. Load pin including analogue amplified B&G for head-stay. Full length cover protection Sunbrella, dark blue for the Tuff Luff.
Running Rigging: Spinnaker gear, topping lift, fore guy, aft guys, two spinnaker halyards, spinnaker sheets, and screw-in deck blocks for fore guy, aft guys and sheets. Two halyards aft (main and spare main). Two jib halyards. Main halyard 2:1 Staysail sheets, 2 pcs, from Hall Rigging Co. Hydraulic mast jack and shims. Vectran and DSK 78 Racing sheets and halyards. Mast top sheaves for 2 jib halyards, 1 main halyard, 1 staysail halyard located to enable double up as topping lift. Track for spinnaker car and system for height adjustment. Mini Maxi car, 42mm track, 3:1 system with blocks and jammers – Concept 6, Sheaves for 2 spinnaker halyards.
Hydraulic systems: Navtec hydraulic panel, recessed in-deck horizontal panel, with an auto shift pump located on the right hand side with Nautor’s custom drains, five functions: - for backstay, boom-vang, outhaul, inner forestay and additional hydraulic cylinder for the Cunningham along the mast above deck level. Navtec Quick Release for boom vang, one at each steering wheel. All rebuilt with complete new parts, Marine Results 2012
SAILS Measurements and sizes I = 32.30 m 105.97 ft Fore triangle 146.2 m² 1573 sq.ft. J = 9.05 m 29.69 ft Mainsail 148.1 m² 1594 sq.ft. P = 29.47 m 96.69 ft 110 % jib 160.8 m² 1730 sq.ft. E = 10.05 m 32.97 ft Assym.spinnaker 526 m² 5664 sq.ft.
Full list of Race, Cruise, Training and Delivery Sails available.
Tender: 4,3m Ribeye, new 2012 30hp 2 stroke outboard new 2010
Canvas work - mostly new 2012. Bimini for Centre Cockpit, new 2012. Bimini top for aft cockpit, new 2012 Sunbrella oyster. Cockpit cushions, Sunbrella Oyster, high backrest to go on top of the coaming, new 2012. Main boom sail cover protection Oyster Sunbrella
Steering wheel covers, canvas, 2 pcs, new 2009. Sunbrella Oyster canvas covers for pedestals, 2 pcs, new 2012. Winch covers, Sunbrella Oyster canvas, new 2012. Dark blue canvas to cover the opening when bathing platform is open. Dark blue cover for Harken pedestals, 3 pcs.
Deck fittings and equipment: Cockpit table in forward cockpit, removable. 3.2 metre Carbon fibre passarelle / boarding gangway.
Anchoring and mooring: CQR anchor, regalvanised 2012 Calibrated anchor chain, 12mm 110m, new 2012 Standard Danforth 60 H anchor, stowed in the forepeak. Standard chain 10m and anchor line 100m.
Safety equipment: 2 x Jonbuoy (carbon look)on pushpit, new 10/2012 Dan-buoy. Life-rafts, 3 x 8 person, serviced 11/2009. Life jackets, 24, serviced 11/2009. Hard weather safety lines, webbing, 1 pair. Fire extinguishers in all cabins. Remote activated engine room fire extinguisher
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.