OLIVIA LEE is one of the rare One Cockpit Swan 56s. Her second and current owner has sailed her for the past few years in the Caribbean for the winter and New England for the summer. He has always had a captain who maintains OLIVIA LEE to the highest standards and continually upgrades her. Ideal family or charter boat.
Keith Yeoman, Cell 443 994 1500
Please contact Master User at (401) 846-1090
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 57 ft 6 in
Beam: 15 ft 6 in
LWL: 49 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 9 ft 1 in
Displacement: 47400 lbs Full Load
Ballast: 13700 lbs
CONSTRUCTION Single skin glass/aramid hybrid fiber reinforced polyester laminate. A high portion of the fibers are unidirectional giving a stiff laminate with excellent strength and fatigue properties. Structural bulkheads are of marine ply laminated to the hull and deck with foam strips between. Stiffener flanges are unidirectional layups over foam cores. Engine beds are GRP.
FINISH Weather resistant NGA type gel coat. White Awlgrip painted topsides. Blue waterline stripes and cove stripe. Bottom treated with epoxy primer when yacht was constructed for improved blistering resistance.
BALLAST KEEL Keel is a lead casting with antimony. Cast in keel bolts are high tensile stainless steel.
MAST STEP Mast is stepped through the deck onto an aluminum mast step.
RUDDER Foam filled, GRP rudder with tubular tapered stock of E-glass composite. 2 self aligning roller bearings. Weed cutter in front of rudder.
STEERING SYSTEM Steering sheaves have guards to prevent jamming. Steering quadrant bolted to rudder stock. Destroyer type stainless steel wheel with elkhide cover. 1.8 turns HO to HO. Pedestal with roller bearings and brake with crash bar (2010) over compass. Emergency tiller stored in lazarette.
THROUGH HULL FITTINGS Sea cocks for all through hull connections below waterline finished flush with outside of hull and located in accessible positions. Inboard side of sea cocks fitted with stud long enough to take 2 hose clamps.
BATHING PLATFORM Part of the transom folds out hydraulically to form a swim platform with stainless steel ladder to the deck level. Remote control for swim platform so platform may be raised or lowered as one approaches of leaves the yacht by dinghy. Automatic lights at transom when transom is lowered for night time accessibility. Access to the watertight transom stowage area. Stainless steel swim ladder.
CONSTRUCTION Sandwich cored deck using glass fiber reinforced laminate and low density closed cell foam core. Deck is glued to the hull. High density core under the deck fittings. 12mm teak overlay on side decks. White gel coat with nonskid on coachroof top. White gel coat on the remainder of the deck. Double blue deck coaming stripe. Teak toe rail. Lewmar Ocean 3 electric anchor windlass with Lewmar remote control.
HEADSTAY AND CHAINPLATE FITTINGS Stainless steel headstay fitting with tack bail. Stainless steel main shroud chainplates bolted to reinforced mast bulkhead. Stainless steel backstay chainplate attached to hull structure.
FITTINGS FOR RUNNING RIGGING Roller bearing lead blocks for halyards and slab reefing at mast partners. Aluminum genoa sheet tracks each with 2 roller bearing genoa cars with towing lines. Spinnaker aft guy blocks each side amidships. Spinnaker foreguy block on foredeck. Spinnaker sheet blocks each side. Checkstay blocks each side. Aluminum mainsheet track forward of companionway with 2 coupled ball bearing cars and control blocks. Stowage position for checkstays at base of main shrouds. 3 Wichard folding padeyes each side for headsail outboard sheeting.
OTHER FITTINGS 1 winch handle holder on mast and 4 in cockpit. 3 pair mooring cleats, forward, midship and aft Open roller bearing fairleads for each mooring cleat. Bow sprit. Stainless steel stem head fitting with 2 anchor rollers. Stainless steel bow and stern rails. Bow rail has teak seat. Stern rail has a teak seat incorporated each side. Outboard bracket on stern rail. Lifelines gates port, starboard and aft in stern rail. Cockpit locker large enough to stowe a life raft port and starboard. 6 x folding padeyes in cockpit for safety harnesses. Aluminum mast collar. White painted carbon fiber antenna post, removable with quick connections for cables. Cockpit table. Cockpit cushions. Bimini. Dodger.
GRP MOLDINGS Sea hood. Dorade boxes. Hatches for lazarette, cockpit lockers and foredeck locker.
HATCHES AND WINDOWS 8 x Goiot hatches most with light and mosquito blinds. Aluminum framed fixed ports. 10 opening ports. Smoked acrylic sliding hatch and sliding drop board at companionway. 1 hatch each side of cockpit. Hatch over gas bottle locker. Hatch over lazarette.
WINCHES All Lewmar. 2 x #77, 3 speed, ST, electric primaries in cockpit. 1 x #54, 2 speed, ST, electric main halyard on S coachroof. 1 x #54, 2 speed, ST, halyard on P coachroof. 2 x #58, 2 speed, ST, main sheet in cockpit. 2 x #48, 2 speed, ST, utility either side of companionway.
GENERAL ARRANGEMENT Sleeps a total of 9 in 5 separate sleeping cabins. Sleeps an additional 2 in the main saloon for a total of 11. Varnished, hand rubbed teak veneer over marine ply furniture. Laminated door jams fiddle rails and hand holds. Teak and holly cabin sole. Vinyl over fiber board headliners.
FORWARD CABIN Located in the forepeak. Pipe bunk starboard side. Ample storage. Deck hatch over. Hanging locker aft to port.
FORWARD HEAD AND SHOWER Head compartment located on the starboard side aft of the forepeak. Stall shower opposite and on the port side.
PORT FORWARD GUEST CABIN Accessed from the main saloon. 2 single bunk beds. Lockers outboard. Access to the stall shower forward.
STARBOARD FORWARD GUEST CABIN Accessed from the main saloon. 2 single bunk beds. Access to the head forward. Locker aft with shelves. Lockers outboard.
MAIN SALOON "L" settee and dinette table to starboard. Storage under table. Pilot bunk behind "L" settee. Storage under "L" settee. Bench seat at inboard side of dinette with storage under. Settee to port. Storage behind backrest and under seat. Lockers outboard of port settee with entertainment center. Light tan fabric cushion covers.
NAVIGATION STATION Located aft of the main saloon and on the starboard side. Facing forward.
GALLEY Located on the port side as well as utilizing an island on the centerline. Top loading freezer forward with temperature control to make it a second fridge. Locker outboard. Side loading fridge next aft with drawers under. 4 burner propane stove next aft with locker outboard. Garbage locker aft of stove and wet hanging locker aft of it. Double stainless steel sinks on island with crockery storage space above. Large surface area on island. Generator access under island.
PORT AFT GUEST CABIN Located aft of the galley. Single bunk with fold down pipe bunk over. Hanging locker forward. Dressing seat forward. Lockers inboard.
STARBOARD AFT HEAD Accessible from the main saloon as well as the aft starboard cabin. Lockers outboard.
STARBOARD AFT GUEST CABIN Located aft of the head. Double bed. hanging locker forward. Dressing seat forward. Overhead lockers outboard. Drawers under bunks. Inboard locker.
Volvo Penta D2-75 turbo charged, 75HP, sail drive 150S. Wet exhaust system with fiberglass silencer draining through transome. Silencer provided with drain tap. Thermostat fresh water cooling with heat exchanger on engine. Separate heat exchanger for the consumable fresh water to make hot water. Double Separ fuel/water separator with alarm. Engine controls in cockpit. Single lever engine gear shift control. Coolant temperature guage with alarm. Oil pressure gauge with alarm. Tachometer with hour meter. 4 blade folding propeller.
PLUMBING AND VENTILATION
Spectra MPC 3000 water maker. Stainless steel fuel and water tanks with inspection ports, sounding port, vent pipe and baffles. Hot and cold water pressure water. Hot and cold water deck shower at swim platform. Sea water deck wash in bow locker. Fresh water deck wash in starboard stern cockpit locker. Foot pumps in galley. Galley sink alternatively fed by charcoal filter for drinking. 1 water filler feeding a fresh water manifold. Fresh water tank vents terminate at galley sink. Single lever faucets at each sink. 10.5 gallon hot water tank. Sea water spout with foot pump at galley. Galley sinks drain to sea cock. Washbasin and shower trays drain to sump tanks. Sump tanks emptied via electric pumps. Back up Whale manual pumps. 2 x Whale Titan 26 gallons per minute bilge pumps, 1 in cockpit, 1 below deck. Submersible electric bilge pump with manual and automatic controls. Vacuflush heads using fresh water flush in each head. Manual head in forepeak cabin. Heads discharge to a holding tank which are emptied via deck discharge or electric pump.
VENTILATION Marine Air, air conditioning with 24000BTU cooling all cabins with reverse cycle heating. Natural ventilation via dorade boxes. Opening hatches. Opening ports. Engine and generator spaces have air inlet with water traps and outlet blowers. Battery box vented to outside.
24 volt DC system. 230 volt AC system. Forestay, backstay, chain plates and mast step are grounded to the keel bolts with heavy cable. Gel cell house batteries providing 522 amp hours. AGM engine start battery with 100 amp hours. AGM generator start battery with 50 amp hours. Voltage stabilizer for instruments including 2 x 12volt, 10 amp batteries. 12 volt outlet at nav station. 24 volt outlets in cockpit and forward of mast. Hella turbo fans through out. LED reading light at each bunk. LED overhead lights with dimmer in main saloon. Red dome lights in galley and nav station. Red night floor level foot lights in saloon. Flood light forward of mast. LED nav lights including tricolor, anchor and Windex light at top of mast. LED steaming light on forward side of mast. House batteries charged with an 80 amp alternator on engine. Battery charger with 75 amps. Inverter, Mass Sine 24/2500VA, 230 volt including transfer switch. Starting batteries are charged with an 80 amp alternator on the engine and a 50 amp alternator on the generator. Westerbeke 6KW generator (2,300hrs) located under the galley sinks. 230 volt, 50 amp shore power inlet and cord. 115 volt shore power inlet. Electrical panel located aft of nav station.
Raymarine S3G ST7001 autopilot. Raymarine ST290 starter pak including graphic display at nav station. 2 x graphic displays over companionway. 2 x analogue wind angle display over companionway, 360 degree and fine tune. 2 x graphic displays on mast. Raymarine radar/plotter C90W with 9"display in movable pod at helm (2010). Raymarine radar/plotter RL80CRC 10" display at nav station. Raymarine RD424HD, 4KW, 24" Raydome on antenna post (2010). AIS class A/B ICOM IC-M504 VHF at nav station (2010) with remote MIC (2013) at helm. Onkyo CR-N755 CD/network (2013) player with AM/FM tuner and 2 B&W speakers mounted in saloon overhead. Samsung 22" LED TV (2013). Apple TV, Airport Express and Cradlepoint Mobile Broadband router driven (all new 2013) by either WIFI booster or mobile phone booster connected to USB data stick. Both antennas on radar pole. Sony speakers in cockpit. Change over speaker switch. Weems and Plath brass clock. ACR Global FixPro 406Mhz EPIRB (2010). Inmarsat I-Sat phone Pro handheld Sat phone (2010).
Aluminum mast with triple spreaders. Mast steps to goose neck height. Harken track with battcars for full batten main. Spinnaker pole track on forward side of mast with side winder adjuster. Navtec stainless steel rod rigging. Aluminum boom. Reckmann EF90 electric roller furler with controls in cockpit (2012). Spinnaker pole stored on deck. Jockey pole stored on deck. Hydraulic boom vang. Hydraulic backstay.
SAILS North Crosscut NorDac full batten mainsail with 2 reef points. 135% Crosscut NorDac genoa 1.5oz spinnaker. G3 1.5oz Genneker with snuffer.
60lb CQR anchor (2013). 230ft 3/8ths chain (2013). 10 meters rode. Spare Danforth anchor with chain and rode stored in lazarette (2010). Carbon fiber pasarelle with transom attachments for stern-too docking. Mooring lines. 6 x air fenders. Boat hook. Winch handles. Bosun's chair. Mooring cleat guards. Flag pole. Horseshoe life ring. 2 x Avon 6 person life rafts. Safety harness deck lines. Life vests. Fire extinguishers. Tool kit for engine and generator.
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.
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