SWAN 100 FD
The Swan 100 FD is a modern incarnation of the classic blue-water cruiser, an art that has been one of the hallmarks of Nautor’s Swan over the past four decades
|99.11 ft 30.21 m
|Length of waterline:
|86.81 ft 26.28 m
|23.15 ft 7.06 m
|13.19 ft 4.70 m
|65477 lbs 29700 kg
|170638 lbs 77400 kg
|660 US gal 2500 ltr
|396 US gal 1500 ltr
|31.7 US gal 120 ltr
|Water maker (per 24h):
|1000 US gal 3700 ltr
|185 US gal 700 ltr
|24 V 2000 Ah
|26+26 kW 230 V 50 Hz
|Shore Power converter:
|24 kVA pf 0.8 180...520 V, 47...64 Hz
|90000 BTU 15 kW heating mode
|Cummins: 305 HP 224 kW
The hull is of single skin construction
built in a female mould using glass/aramid
hybrid fibre reinforced vinylester laminate
with local carbon fibre reinforcements.
Structural bulkheads are of Nomex
honeycomb cored carbon fibre epoxy prepreg
construction. Stiffener flanges are
unidirectional carbon fibre lay-ups over
GRP shells. Topside gelcoat is white, boot
top and cove stripe blue. Uncoloured
gelcoat below waterline. Bottom treated
with epoxy primer, and antifouled. The
ballast bulb is lead casting with antimony
and attached to a steel fin.
Carbon fibre mast step. Foam filled carbon
fibre / epoxy skins with tubular fibre
stock supported by 2 self-aligning
bearings. Two destroyer type composite
steering wheels on composite pedestals
with roller bearings. Sea cocks for
through-hull connections below waterline.
Transom garage with hydraulically
operated launching platform for dinghy.
Winch for launching and hauling. Ladder
to main deck, and swim ladder. Hot and
cold shower in garage.
Passarelle stored in garage and light weight
side boarding ladder, stored in sail locker.
Shore connection locker with flush
transom lid. Shore power cable outlet via
cable master unit. City water connection,
land line telephone connection, and cable
- TV connection.
Main deck is of carbon fibre pre-preg
sandwich construction with Nomex
honeycomb core. High density core under
deck fittings. Coachroof and coamings of
glass fibre reinforced vinylester with low
density foam core.
Laid teak battens on side decks, coach
roof, coamings and cockpit sole.
GRP surfaces finished in white gelcoat,
coaming stripes in blue gelcoat.
Lewmar hydraulic sheet and halyard
winches. One Rondal captive main sheet
winch. Lewmar hydraulic windlass
recessed in fore deck.
Hydraulically operated retractable
Sanguineti 3755000 Capstan drum
Anchor stowage below deck on a
hydraulically controlled swinging arm.
Carbon fibre main shroud and backstay
Recessed stainless chain plate for headstay.
Necessary sheet tracks, cars, lead blocks
and screw-in sockets.
Fairleads integrated in bulwark and
retractable mooring cleats.
Pulpit, pushpit and lifeline stanchions of
stainless steel. Gates in lifelines each side
amidships and in pushpit.
Stowage for life rafts in deck lockers.
Composite mast collar and mast boot.
Stainless fittings for securing safety lines
on side decks.
Removable foot supports for helmsman.
Deck hatches to anchor stowage, anchor
windlass, hose and sail locker.
Opening portholes in crew cabin and
galley. Powered main companionway
sliding hatch and vertically sliding door.
On aft deck two hatches to lazarette and
one hatch to dinghy garage. Cockpit
drink refrigerator and storage locker.
Selected light teak with hand rubbed satin
finish used for visibile woodwork.Vinyl
covered lightweight removable overhead
panels in accommodation areas.
Floorboards are made of light weight
sandwich plywood, top face in teak and
holly. Hand rubbed satin finish and
supported on vibration damping materials
and provided with hinges where frequent
access to the bilge is required.
Interior partitions are of sandwich
construction, with skins of GRP covered
Cabin doors close onto rubber faced
landings for maximum noise reduction.
Hanging lockers are fitted with rails and
have automatic internal lights.
Drawers are made of teak.
Mirrors of marine quality.
Openable deck hatches are fitted with
roller blinds and mosquito screens.
Coaming windows fitted with pleated
blinds. Opening port holes have
Mattresses of sprung type manufactured
for marine use.
Upholstery foams and fillings are nonflammable.
Fabrics and leathers to Purchaser’s choice.
Dust covers for sofas and settees.
Guest bathrooms have teak-veneered
bulkheads, teak floor boards, stone counter
tops and back splash.
Tempered glass door for shower stall.
Handrails are fitted throughout the vessel
Partitions are built to meet 20 dB (A)
level of airborne sound reduction
Engine room internally sound insulated
and equipment mounted with
consideration of noise and vibration
reduction. Fire resistance meets
SOLAS B-15 requirements. Propeller area
Main engine Perkins Sabre M300Ti 6-
cylinder marine diesel, output 221kW
(265 HP) at 2500 rpm. with reduction
Three blade controllable pitch propeller.
Retractable bowthruster hydraulically
driven. Wet exhaust system for both main
engine and diesel generator.
Cooling water is discharged below
waterline, and exhaust gases under
transom. Thermostat-controlled fresh
water cooling for engine and generator.
Stainless steel fuel tanks.
Two oil tanks are provided, one
lubricating oil and one waste oil tank.
The engine and diesel generator have
their own starting battery sets.
Engine and thruster controls on cockpit
Heavy duty hydraulic system providing
power for sail handling, anchor windlass,
and retractable bow thrusters
Plumbing / Electric
Seawater hoses of reinforced PVC tubing,
fresh water piping of polypropylene, nylon
or copper tubing.
Engine room piping is colour coded, with
arrows indicating direction of flow.
Pressurised hot and cold water in heads,
galley, deck shower and bar.
Integral water tanks with a total capacity
of 1500 ltr.
Water maker with a production of 3700
ltr/day (1500 USG/d).
City water connection with filter enabling
shore water supply to be piped directly
into the pressure water system.
Electrical anchor wash/fire pump with
connection on deck.
Four separate bilge compartments, each
with their own pumps.
Toilet flushing by fresh water.
Black water tanks are provided.
Space for gas bottles in drained locker.
Four-burner stainless steel gas stove and
Extractor hood with built in lighting.
Two burner halogen hob, microwave oven,
trash compactor, waste disposal unit,
washing machine and dryer.
Two refrigerators and two freezers of
Drink refrigerator in bar and in cockpit,
ice cube maker in galley.
Forced ventilation in cabins with exhaust
ventilators in heads and galley.
Airconditioning 90 000 BTU, with
electric heating mode.
2-pole 24 V insulated return DC-system
for lighting, blowers, pumps etc.Wires are
sized to minimise voltage drop.
The service batteries are of maintenancefree
traction type, and consist of two 24 V
banks, each with a capacity of 24 V 1000
Ah/10 h. The starting batteries consist of
two 24V banks, one for the main engine
and one for the generator.
The onboard AC system is a 230 V 50 Hz
single-phase three-wire system, and can be
fed either by the diesel generator, shore
power inlets or DC/AC inverters. The AC
system is equipped with a PLC-controlled
power shedding system.
One Northern Lights 33 kVA generator.
Shore power inlet in transom with
isolation transformer 15 kVA. Single phase
frequency converter accepting inlet
voltages between 180-520 V AC,and 47 to
64 Hz. Conversion of 24 V DC to 230 V
AC with two inverters, one for galley
equipment, and another for entertainment.
The main engine has two 140 A
alternators for service battery charging.
Four 100 A chargers with 3-step charge
characteristics for service batteries, 25 A
charger for starting batteries.
SUUNTO 5” magnetic compasses on
A hydraulic autopilot is driving the
steering quadrant via twin cylinders. A
back-up for emergency autopilot use is
provided, fed by the central hydraulic
system. Foghorn with manual and
automatic control mounted on the mast.
There is a comprehensive package
of sailing instruments, navigation,
communication and entertainment systems.
Four spreader swept back rig with
discontinuous shrouds. White painted
carbon fibre mast, with luff track for
mainsail. Tapered masthead with three
forward and one aft halyard, and staysail
halyard. Internal wiring, shielded and
secured to mast. Carbon fibre spreaders
with lights. Standing rigging of Navtec
rod. Removable inner forestay and
runners of aramid. Carbon fibre Park
Avenue boom with lazy jacks. Hydraulic
outhaul system. Built-in deck lights and
Powered hydraulic rig functions: furling
headstay, boom vang, jib halyard, mainsail
outhaul, backstay. Hydraulic mast jack
with spacers and removable manual pump.