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Lilley Marine LLP image Welcome to Irving & Lilley, International Yacht Brokers and specialists in high quality Sailing Yachts.

Involvement with yachts and the sea is a hallmark of Irving and Lilley. We are now independant experts on all things to do with high quality sail and power yachts with an association with the Swan brand spanning over 33 years. Specialists in the brokerage of pre owned high quality sailing yachts, high quality yacht charter an sailing holidays as well as providing skippers and crew for the larger yachts we are involved in.

As specialists in the purchase and sale of high quality yachts based in prestigious offices in Port Hamble. Pat Lilley has been involved with Swan Yachts for over 33 years and has a formidable yachting background. Tim Quinlan who owned a Swan himself runs the day to day management of the office together with Lynn Carter. Contact us for yacht charter, holidays, management for your yacht, crew requirments and refit work.


Featured Boat
photo of 46' Nautor Swan 46.096
46' Nautor Swan 46.096
1993 £145,000

SWAN 46/096 MkII Tramontana YEAR: 1993
Designer: German Frers Location:

Kas, Turkey
Price:

GBP 145,000 to include VAT
LOA 14.36 m 47.12 ft Displacement 14200 kg 31300 lbs LWL 11.55 m 37.89 ft Ballast 5200 kg 11400 lbs Beam 4.41 m 14.47 ft Draft 2.5 m 8.2 ft


Owners Comments
TRAMONTANA is the best equipped Swan 46 MkII on the market and in first class condition. Since delivery in 1993 she came back in 2003 from a round the world sailing trip.
Brokers comments
In 1983 the Swan 46 burst on to the world sailing scene to instant and enthusiastic acclaim. A well balanced, fast sailing yacht without the requirement for a large crew on the rail, words used by Yachting World. The 46 has won many regattas including the Swan Europeans, the World Cup in 1984, with seconds at Antigua Sailing week, Cork week – the list goes on. After eight years of production, Nautor decided to make the best even better with various “improvements” to keel and rudder as well as making a more modern interior with more layout options. Keel changes gave her added stability while reducing wetted surface area and a lower centre of gravity giving a 20% improvement in stability over the mark I version.. The rudder is an elliptical shape giving improved directional stability improved handling and finger light response when tracking even in higher wind strengths. The interior is very spacious and Tramontana benefits from the large owners cabin aft with a separate single gust cabin forward – making good use of the volume fore and aft.
We have yet to inspect this vessel so are unable to comment as to her condition at this stage.
Construction
GRP solid laminate hull, deck and superstructure using hand layup method using alternative layers of mat and roving. Structural bulkheads are marine grade waterproof plywood laminated to hull and deck Engine beds are of GRP with steel inserts Teak-laid decks and on coachroof and in both cockpits (original) Teak interior finish Lead fin keel and spade rudder
Hull
Hull colour: NP 20000 white Stripes painted with navy blue Imron CF 166 Wind vane bracket fitted to transom Uncolored gel coat below water line treated with epoxy primer from factory Foam filled GRP rudder with stainless steel stock supported by two roller bearings Cable steering with Aluminium quadrant and emergency tiller Bulb type keel is lead casting with antimony with cast in high tensile keel bolts

Deck
Foam cored GRP sandwich Anodised aluminium toe rail with midships hawse holes 12 inch mooring cleats fore and aft Socket for flag pole on pushpit Stemhead fitting of stainless steel with chain roller and double headsail tack attachment Stowage for two gas bottles in drained lazerette locker Drained anchor well forward with recessed Lofrans Falkon 1500 anchor windlass with 50m high tensile chain Stainless steel guards over deck dorades Coaming stripes painted with navy blue Imron CF 166

New teak Deck on side and coachroof-cockpit Bracket on compass crash bar for instruments Winch handle pockets Outboard bracket on pushpit Gate in push pit Gate in lifeline Gangway fitting on aft deck Spinnaker sheer winches 2 x Lewmar L 650 CST (in lieu of standard 56CST) Main and Genoa sheet winches 2 x Electric Lewmar LE 650 SEST Main sheet winches 2 x Lewmar 46 CST Spinnaker halyard 2 x Lewmar 52 CST Pole lift 2 x Lewmar 46 CST Pole inboard lift Lewmar 46 CST Genoa and Spinnaker halyard winches Lewmar 52 CST Hinged anchor well hatch Tinted acrylic sliding hatch to fo’c’sle Hinged hatch to main saloon
Engine
Perkins Prima M60-39 KW-53 HP Engine hours TBA Alternator 75 Amp 24 Volt for charging service batteries Alternator 70 Amp 12 Volt Cool compressor for Fridge and Deepfreeze Max Prop feathering propeller 3-blades Remote control fire extinguishing system Engine bay meets SOLAS B-15 requirements Full set of engine controls at helm Right hand two bladed Max Prop feathering propeller 370 ltrs fuel capacity in two stainless steel tanks with shut off valves water separator and alarm on fuel line with returns provided. Tanks are vented to coachroof

Electrical
24 volt 320 Ah rating at 5 hour rating (430 Ah at 20 hour) traction (similar to fork lift truck) batteries in GRP box under saloon table Shore Power 220/110V 25A/15A 220V 50HZ outlets with transformer 3KVA Battery charger Victron Skylla 24/50 220/110V 50A Boom light Microwave Oven with grill Inverter Atlas 24/220 3000W 8 Hella Turbo fans – galley, aft cabin, saloon, chart table 12v engine start battery Interior lights over each berth, overhead dome lights with fluorescents as appropriate Red night lights at floor level Deck light on forward side of mast Compass light with rheostat
Plumbing & Ventilation
400 ltrs water capacity in four tanks with valve chest Foot pumps for galley sinks and wash basin Additional refrigerator and freezer system 220V 50Hz Electric bilge pump, manual and automatic control Deck shower, hot and cold Deck wash sea water Drinking water purifier Sea water pump in galley Electric fresh water pump foot pump in galley and toilet Electric and foot pump for grey water in toilets Hot water provided by either engine or shore power with a 22ltr hot water tank Galle sinks drained via sea cock or electrical pump Shower trays and wash basins drain to sump tanks with a hand pump outlet above waterline Two manual bilge pumps one below and one in the cockpit PAR manual large bowl toilets discharging to either 55 ltr holding tank or sea cock Manual discharge for holding tank as well as deck suction line
Interior
Two sleeping cabin version Upholstery – Leather cream white, new in 2005 Replaced pilot berth in saloon port side with bar/book shelves Teak folding table at front of freezer 3 flame oven – stainless steel paneling around oven Large rubbish shelf in locker part Microwave oven in galley Victron Atlas 24/2000 invertor for microwave All joinery is completed in accordance with best yacht practice using first grade materials Teak hand rubbed satin finish for all visible wood work

Floorboards are teak laid veneers providing bilge access Ceramic tiling in heads Topsides where visible lined with teak battens Door sills have steel chafing plates Removable drop leaf main saloon table Galley has two stainless steel sinks with chest of drawers for utensils, teak bread board and rubbish bin Front loading fridge with top loading freezer Racks for plates above engine space Dorade ventilation at ransom, main companionway and forward of mast Exhaust ventilators in galley and heads Engine space has inlet in lazerette with outlet blower to bridge deck Batter boxes vented to outside
Note – pilot berth stb side, stowage on port side.

Navigation Instruments
Brookes & Gatehouse Hydra 330 Pack 2 including on FFD at chart table, computer unit, transducers 360 degree wind angle repeater Boat speed repeater Analog repeater FFD digital repeater Silva remote control on FFD On chart table: Furuno Radar 16 NM 1721, Navtec 500, Icom 700SSB, Icom VHF, Furuno GPS Magnavox GPS, Monitor battery control Compass B&G Hydra Autopilot Red dome lights over chart table and galley

Aerial

Insulated backstay Windex with light combination on masthead TV antenna at mast head Grounding cage for SSB radio and telephone, Dynaplate
Entertainment
Inverter 300 W for all entertainment equipment: TV Grundig 14Z, Sony radio, DVD player, CD player, Satellite TV Pioneer loudspeakers: 2 in aft cabin, 2 in forecabin, 2 in saloon, 2 in cockpit
Spars and Rigging
Mast is stepped on a metal mast step with moveable shoe for rake adjustment with longitudinal girders between bulkheads for chain plate tie rods Extruded Aluminium anodized oval section mast tapered and welded mast head with two spinnaker cranes and four halyard sheaves Triple spreader rig with discontinuous Navtec Rod rigging Navtec –17S Backstay Cylinder, -12 Boomvang, 10S Inner Forestay and –10S Babystay with system V control panel, four Gauges Oval section boom with slab reefing with lock off cams for three reefs Short shroud rollers on main shrouds Reckmann mechanical furling system Harken track for full batten mainsail Genoa and Main halyard of low stretch rope Staysail halyard of low stretch rope Lazy jacks 2 Spinnaker poles Spreader deck lights Boom light Insulated back stay Mast bracket for radar scanner Carbon fibre spinnaker pole stowed on mast
I = 17.70 m 58.07 ft Fore triangle 50.4 m² 543.0 sq.ft J = 5.70 m 18.70 ft Mainsail 40.4 m² 435.2 sq.ft P = 15.70 m 51.51 ft 150% genoa 75.7 m² 814.5 sq.ft E = 5.15 m 16.90 ft Spinnaker 182 m² 1955 sq.ft
Sails
All are North Sails Mainsail 42.0 m2 452.1 sq.ft 150% Genoa 78.3 m2 842.5 sq.ft Genoa III 52.2 m2 Staysail or cutter sail Passat sail (trade wind sail)

Miscellaneous
Sprayhood over entrance Bimini Sail cover Cockpit table Cover for winches & steering wheel CQR plough type anchor 45lbs including stainless steel clamp on stemhead Owner’s manual Danforth and CQR 45lb anchors Mooring lines and air fenders Boat hook stowed in foreword cabin Various spares as required Safety belts for navigator and cook Sounding rods for fuel and water tanks Curtains for side windows and port holes Canvas lee clothes for all bunks Covers for upholstery Engine spares and tool kit
Galley Aft owners cabin

A complete inventory will be available prior to contract which will contain a list of all items to be included within the sale.


NOT INCLUDED IN SALE Personal effects, including, personal tools, navigation equipment, cutlery, crockery, glassware, pictures and works of art.
Draft #1 TJQ 3rd March 2015. Confirmed by owner.
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. This specification/inventory will only form part of the contract when attached to a bona fide sales contract that has been signed and agreed by both seller and buyer.


Lilley Marine LLP

Brokerage Office
Port Hamble Marina
Satchell Lane, Hamble
Southampton, Hampshire SO31 4QD, United Kingdom
Tel +44 (0)23 8045 4880
Fax +44 (0)23 8045 5547
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Charter Office
Port Hamble Marina
Satchell Lane, Hamble
Southampton, SO31 4QD, United Kingdom
Tel +44 (0)23 8045 4880
Fax +44 (0)23 8045 5547
Email Us

http://www.irvingandlilley.com


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