1970 Fairey Swordsman 33 MkII Aft cabin
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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Totnes, Devon, United Kingdom
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- £ 59,500 (US$ 74,107)
Fairey Marine Swordsman 33 MKII Aft cabin version. These powerboats are classic, elegant, with a fine pedigree, and a performance record that achieved acclaim on the international powerboat racing circuit. This very boat was two times winner of the “Wilkinson Sword Trophy” for best Swordsman. This boat has been meticulously maintained and continually updated over to keep her up to a standard, now presented for sale in very fine condition throughout. Good cruising inventory includes all the creature comforts, Survey 2009/20 available by request. Must be seen.
Please contact Steve Jackson at +44 (0)1803 865321
Mob +44 (0)7970 446189
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Fairey Marine
Designer: Alan Burnard
Hull Shape: Deep Vee
LOA: 10.10 m
Beam: 3.50 m
Minimum Draft: 0.90 m
Maximum Draft: 0.90 m
Displacement: 6500 kgs Dry Load
Total Power: 145 HP
Engine Brand: Perkins
Year Built: 1970
Engine Model: T6.354 x2
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 145 HP
Number of single berths: 1
Number of twin berths: 1
Number of double berths: 1
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 2
Fairey Marine Swordsman 33 MKII, built by Fairey Marine Ltd Hamble & designed by Alan Burnard.Classic Sports cruiser with Deep V planning hull, center cockpit with wrap around fixed screen and integral bimini frame, Aft cabin, Twin diesel inboard engines, Original destroyer-type helmsman’s wheelsteering.
Hull construction Hot moulded Agba wood veneers,Laminated woodSuperstructure with Teak planking on decks, Stainless steel rails push and pulpit, hydraulic steering, Radar arch, bathing platform (teak/stainless).
2 xPerkins T6.354 diesel inboard engines 145hp 6 cylinder, year 1970 Reconditioned 1986 .
Engine Nos Port:354UX115454T Stbd: 354UX80061T
Last serviced April 2018
BW 1.5:1 Gearboxes
CAV alternators on both engines
Engine hours: Unknown
Good engine room access between engines for maintenance
Shaft drive to 3 bladed Bronze props (21.5 x 20.5)
Original engine instrumentation + Exhaust temperature alert
Condition gauges for Separ 2000 fuel filter separators
Cruise Speed 20 knots
Max speed 25 knots
Fuel: - 2 x 500 Litres – stainless steel (One new in 2005)
Water: – 180 Litres. – stainless steel
4 x 12 volt batteries100A/H wired in series for 24volt system
Batteriescharged by engine alternators.
Battery state meters and Isolators
Onboard battery charger – Sterling.
Invertor – Mastervolt
Step down transformer 24V down to 12V
H&C pressurized water via calorifier
240V ac shore power connections with 13amp sockets below
Five berths in two cabins. (1 double + 2 singles + 1 Occasional single saloon seating)
Cockpit: Spacious teak-soled, Helmsman and passenger seating re-upholstered in 2007, Wrap around clear view screen and S/S bimini frame, various lockers.
Below decks: Light and airy feel with a combination of cream head-linings, white/cream painted and light wood formica bulkheads, light beige upholstery and Grey painted plywood sectional flooring throughout.
Saloon: Main heads to stbd, WC + wash basin with H&C water and shower attachment.
Switch panel opposite with saloon seating around saloon table for 4+ persons.
Galley to stbd with Smev 0300F 4 burner gas oven/grill, S/S sink, H&C water, S/S work surface with Frigo K35F fridge below. Ample storage lockers/cupboards throughout.
Forepeak: Forward large V-berth (2x singles) with storage draws beneath.
Aft Cabin: Main stateroom, spacious light and airy, with en-suite heads WC + wash basin H&C water.
Double berth to stbd with opening port, various storage lockers/drawers, steering gear access panels, Eberspacher Hot air heating controls.
Compass – Sestrel
Depth – Raytheon ST60
Log/Speed - Raytheon ST60
GPS – Raytheon Raystar
Chart Plotter – Raymarine Pathfinder RL70C colour Chart/Radar
Radar – Raymarine Pathfinder (not fitted)
Autopilot – Raymarine ST6001 +400G
VHF radio – ICOM M323 DSC – (New 2017)
Navtex – ICS Nav6 – (new antennae needed)
Anchor – Danforth & Bruce (7.5Kg)
Chain/length – 17 fathoms
Windlass – Electric - Progress one with cockpit and deck controls
Fire Extinguisher - 3 handheld, Seafire automatic fire extinguisher system in engine room
Gas detector – Pilot twin channel
Gas locker in cockpit
Fog Horn- manual
Bilge pumps – 3x manual 2x auto electric
Cockpit cover – Bimini and cockpit (New 2011)
Overall cover – full winter cover with windows for all openings (New 2011)
Engine spares - normal maintenance parts like impellers and gaskets.
Owned from 2009 with 5 previous owners before us.
Cabin and sides epoxied in 2002
Used approximately 20 hours per year mainly excursions out to nearby villages and beaches.
Tireur has been a fantastic enjoyment and pleasure to own and has been appreciated by our family and friends over the years but due to lack of time we will sadly need to pass on the custodianship of her, one of the best original Swordsmans, I believe.
A classic powerboat elegant and from a fine pedigree, including the successful Huntsman 28 and 31 - and Swordsmen themselves achieving fine performances on the international power boat racing circuit as thoroughbreds in their own right. The Swordsman came as either aft cabin or open cockpit versions and was also available in kit form or as a hull only. Beneficially, TIREUR, hull number 28 of just 55 Swordsman 33 ft hulls, has full Fairey Marine provenance, fitted out to the order of a retired Royal Navy Commander. As a Mk 2 Aft Cabin model with a raised aft deck her aft cabin gained standing head room and a head. In the hands of her second owner, she was laid up on the hard for two years before being discovered by previous Fairey Owners’ Club President Maureen Wood and her husband Derek. Finding her to be fundamentally in good shape, though cosmetically neglected, they undertook a three-year restoration. They were rewarded when TIREUR carried off the FOC’s Wilkinson Sword Trophy for best Swordsman for two years running. Sympathetically enhanced and lovingly cared for by her two subsequent owners she remains in fine condition and portrays quite faithfully her original period demeanour – the hallmarks of elegant design, solid construction and legendary sea-keeping and handling.
SERVICE HISTORY/ RECENT IMPROVEMENTS:
Due to minimal use in our ownership, on average approximately 20 hour per year, a full service has been carried out every 2 to 3 years by local Perkins agent and engineer, last time in 2018.
Work carried out on Tireur in present ownership, period 2009 – 2019
2009 – new water pump to domestic supply
2010 – new port starter motor
2010 – new overall ‘winter cover’ in marine quality PU Top Gun material. New cockpit cover and window covers all around in blue PU acrylic canvas.
2012 – Teak deck sanded and seams re-payed with Sikaflex and new teak trim between deck and coaming.
2012 – new stainless steel ‘Swordsman’ signs on coamings
2013 – hull stripped back to wood and faired and repainted in white Epifanes Nautiforte
2013 – inside of hull and deck painted behind ceiling covers and wall covers. Ceiling perforated hardboard painted and new teak trim fitted.
2013 – fuel tanks cleaned and new filters installed
2014 – Exterior teak stripped back to bare wood and revarnished
2014 – Cockpit repainted in Epifanes white Nautiforte
2014 – new Mastervolt 12/24v converter
2014 – new intercooler from Lancing marine on starboard engine
2014 – new acrylic Perspex front cabin window
2014 – re-chroming of all deck fittings
2015 – refurbish fuel injector pumps, port and starboard.
2019 – rear cabin repainted and teak trim oiled and fitted
2018 – control flat (area behind screen) new teak veneer fitted
2018 –electric safety test performed
OWNER'S ADDITIONAL TO DO LIST:
There is ongoing maintenance to be carried out (painting and varnishing)
The Transom needs repainting
The fuel injectors will need re-setting to improve the performance
Gas safety test needs to be carried out
The existing emergency flares are out of date
A new antennae is needed for the Navtex to work A new survey by Bill Dunlop will be carried out in 2020 New carpets for fore and aft cabins
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.