The new Swan 60 was conceived to meet a growing demand for a model engineered for performance, comfort
and style. Using the latest technology, design and construction methods, the Swan 60 combines a voluminous
interior, large cockpit, high righting moment for comfortable cruising with racing performance potential.
This performance orientated yacht is designed to enhance the cruising experience and benefits from a
practical cockpit layout and helm position, providing space for relaxation and unhindered movement around
the boat at all times.
The boats high stability, direct steering system, foils, carbon fibre spar package, and forgiving performance
contribute to a light, responsive yacht which can be sailed by a limited crew.
The deck is spacious and offers the choice of a clean open transom version or functional closed transom version
which features a sunbathing area and dinghy garage.
The result of extensive research and use of advanced materials is a low drag hull and appendage package, with
a long dynamic waterline at displacement and semi planing speeds. The Swan 60 has a T shaped blade keel and
lead bulb and comes with two draft options at 3.6 m and 2.9 m, both using the same structure and offering
|61.89 ft 18.86 m
|Length of waterline:
|54.80 ft 16.70 m
|16.70 ft 5.09 m
|11.81 ft 3.6 m
|17.000 lbs 7700 kg
|41200 lbs 18700 kg
|132 US gal 500 ltr
|105 US gal 400 ltr
|13 US gal 50 ltr
|32 US gal 120 ltr
|24 V 578 Ah
|9.4 kVA 230 V 50 Hz
|11.5 kVA 230 V 50 A
|36000 BTU 10.5 kW
|Volvo: 110 HP 81 kW
|970 sq ft 90.1 m2
|1355 sq ft 125.85 m2
|1023 sq ft 95.0 m2
|3444 sq ft 320 m2
Female moulded pre-preg carbon fibre
/SPRINT® matrix. Corecell™ cored
sandwich laminate throughout hull.
Combination of materials with excellent
strength to weight ratios and precise cure
cycles result in optimum strength and
fatigue properties and a lightweight hull
Pre-preg carbon fibre /SPRINT®
structural bulkheads bonded to hull and
deck. All stiffeners are pre-made carbon
fibre / epoxy resin layups with foam core.
Engine beds are an integrated part of hull
structure. Special care is taken to assure
rigid foundation and proper adhesion
to hull. Composite chain plates are built
using pre-preg unidirectional carbon fibre
straps laid over stainless steel bushings.
The chain plates are bonded to the hull.
Hull is painted using a polyurethane paint
system. Hull bottom treated with epoxy
primer Gelshield and International Uni-
Pro antifouling. The topsides are painted
in Snow white, M1010, boot top and cove
lines selected from chart.
Ballast bulb is lead casting with 4.5%
antimony, attached high strength steel keel
fin. The keel is attached to the hull with
AISI 329 bolts and faired. The steering
system is a twin wheel sprocket and
a chain system with stainless steel cables.
Isotop rudder, built using carbon
fibre/epoxy skin on a foam core, with
a tubular carbon fibre stock. The lower tip
of the rudder is designed to break before
the stock does. A weed deflector is located
in front of the rudder.
Two JP3 self-aligning bearings, lower
bearing has double seals. The rudder stock
is provided with a fitting for the
emergency tiller. The emergency tiller
is stowed in the lazarette.
Lightweight aluminium steering quadrant
and autopilot arm is bolted to rudder
stock. Composite steering pedestals with
display consoles and control buttons.
Two 1200 mm clear coated carbon
Carbon fibre mast step with a tie rod
attached between the mast collar and the
step. Bronze sea cocks in engine room.
All other through-hull fittings below
waterline are Forespar Flotech.
Semi-closed transom version has a large
transom hatch. Hydraulic transom hatch
made of carbon pre-preg doubles as
bathing/boarding platform with teak
surface. Hatch extends up to deck level for
maximum opening and discrete look
giving direct access to lazarette. 4 tinted
Exit Engineering carbon folding gangway
stored in the lazarette. Side boarding
custom built carbon ladder, stored in sail
locker. Carbon bathing platform ladder
with flush stainless steel fittings stored in
lazarette. Storage for sails and equipment
in the fo’c’sle. Floorboards light weight
composite construction. The top sides are
faired and top coated. The boarding ladder
doubles as an entrance ladder. There are
provisions for storage of the yacht’s
equipment in the lazarette.
Stiff, robust and lightweight construction
Corecell™ cored Pre-preg / SPRINT®
matrix. Bonded to hull using high
strength structural adhesives. High density
foam core under deck fittings. All visible
composite surfaces are painted Snow
White M1010. Coaming stripe colour to
be from Nautor’s colour chart.
Laid teak side decks, fore deck, cockpit
sole and seats. Vacuumed and bonded with
epoxy. Two angled adjustable helmsman’s
supports at steering consoles. 30 mm high
teak toe rail forward of the mast.
All winches are electrically driven from
a dedicated battery bank. All halyards are
lead in gutters under deck to the halyard
Magic trim™ main sheet system. Single
point main sheet, aft of the helmsman
The control buttons are installed on the
Two Harken B 990.3 STRAD EH
primary winches with free spinning base...
primary winches with bases. Two Harken
B 65.3 STRAD EH halyard winches with
free spinning base halyard winches one on
each side of the companionway hatch
with bases. Harken 3155 tracks for jib
sheet. Harken C9298 jib cars and stoppers.
Hydraulic jib car adjuster.
Harken H 3010 100 mm block for jib
sheet leads. Eight Harken H 3123 halyard
lead blocks. Four Harken C 8832 56 mm
blocks for gennaker sheet. Four Harken
Custom U-bolt pad eyes Loup-blocks
Spinlock ZS 1214 jammer for the main
halyard. Spinlock ZS 1214 jammer for the
Six Spinlock ZS 1214 jammers forward of
the halyard winches. Four Spinlock XX
0812 clutches forward of the halyard
winches Two Spinlock XX 0812 clutches,
aft on side decks for gennaker sheets.
Three Wichard 6505 folding pad eyes
outboard on each side deck. Screw-in pad
eye on the bow for gennaker tack line.
Lewmar V6 electric anchor windlass with
remote control on foredeck. Manually
operated, gas spring supported, anodised
aluminium arm for anchor arm stowage
The interior is finished in teak with
influence of white painted surfaces. The
wood work is oil waxed and the surface
has a satin finish. Vinyl clad removable
overhead panels are installed in all
Floorboards are of foam cored
construction laid on vibration damping
materials. The top face is teak with koto
stripes having the same surface finish as
the rest of the wooden interior. Structural
bulkheads are covered with sound
damping sandwich panels with teak
veneered surfaces. Partitions are of
sandwich construction on a 28 mm core.
Skin panels are foam sandwich with teak
Visible topsides covered with lightweight
teak panels. All lockers doors are fitted
with high quality furnishing hinges.
Hanging lockers are fitted with rails
and have automatic LED lights.
In the saloon area hand holds are fitted
as a part of the ceiling for safe movement
under deck. Reading lights are installed
at the head end of all berths and sofas.
General cabin lighting is either spotlight
down lighting or indirect fluorescent
lighting with dimmer controls. Indirect
and courtesy lights in cabins and saloon.
All open able deck hatches are fitted with
manual roller blinds and mosquito screens.
Hull and coaming windows are fitted
with manually operated venetian blinds.
Mattresses of sprung type manufactured
for marine use based on batten system
for highest comfort. Fabrics and leathers
chosen from Nautor’s Swan interior
collection. Textile covers with velcro
zippers for berths and settees. Dust covers
for sofas and settees. Canvas leecloths.
Galley lower lockers in wood, upper
lockers painted white. Work tops are
custom made in Corian. Forward
bathroom bulkheads are covered in teak
and has a separate shower stall. The two aft
bathrooms have a showerhead
arrangement. Non-slip floorboards
following same style as cabin floor. Corian
wash basins throughout. Acrylic door
for shower stall with stainless steel fittings.
Insulated engine space can be accessed
from three sides through removable
hatches with rubber faced landings
for maximum noise reduction.
Main engine Volvo D3-110, 81 kW (110 hp)
@ 3000 rpm. Engine and reduction gear
supported on flexible mounts.
Volvo HS25A reduction 2, 48:1 gearbox
The propeller shaft is made of high-tensile
corrosion resistant steel. Shaft supported
by water-lubricated rubber bearing
at P-bracket and stern tube. Four-bladed
folding propeller Brunton Varifold. Drip
tray under engine and diesel generator.
Wet exhaust system for both main engine
and diesel generator, composite gas/water
Shut off valves are provided for each fuel
tank. Cooling water is discharged below
waterline, and exhaust gases discharged
under transom. Thermostat-controlled fresh
water cooling for engine and generator
with sea water heat exchanger. Engine
controls installed in cockpit coaming.
The powered hydraulic system is custom
designed to supply all hydraulic functions
quietly and smoothly. It has a manual
Low pressure compressed air system
primarily intended to inflate the transom
Also a quick connector in the lazzarette
for low pressure air tools
Clean Agent (FM200) fire extinguishing
system for engine room space.
Cables are labelled with identification
numbers at both ends.
AC system is a 230 V 50 Hz single-phase
three-wire AC-system powered by the
diesel generator, shore connection or a
DC/AC inverter. Shore power inlet is 230
V 1-pole 50 A with 15 m cable.
9.4 kW Mastervolt Whisper generator
producing single-phase 230 V 50 Hz AC.
Inverter that converts 24 V DC to 230 V
AC 50 Hz 2500 VA for single-phase AC
Keel is the underwater earthing point.
The propeller shaft and the keel have
their individual sacrificing anodes.
DC system is 2-pole 24 V, with an
insulated return, mainly used for lighting,
fans and pumps. The wires are sized
to minimise voltage drop. Multiplexing
Technology DC-system. Functions
controlled and monitored on a touch
screen with manual override for key
2 battery banks, service and handling
systems with 24 V charger and 3-step
charge characteristics. 24 V maintenancefree
gel type for service systems powering
lights, fans, pumps and electronics and two
12 Optima Blue Top for the handling
systems powering for electrical winches,
electrical head, headstay furler, windlass and
the hydraulic power pack. Battery banks
located in forward cabin under berth.
24 V 110 A alternator on main engine
charging both battery banks through
a battery isolator.
Starting batteries two 12 V Optima Blue
Top one for main engine and generator.
Maintenance free AGM type, located
in the engine room. 12V 140A alternator
located on main engine for charging
Comprehensive installation of navigation,
rig and deck lights. Touch screen monitor
at the navigation table for main yacht
systems. Diesel generator with own
control panels. Cockpit control panels for
engine, navigation lights and sail handling.
A Hall Spars swept back (21°) 2 spreader
carbon mast, with discontinuous shrouds.
Faired and painted white. Antal track for
mainsail. Carbon spreaders with
downlights. Sheave boxes have stainless
steel chafe guards. Sheaves for 2:1 main
halyard, Code-0 / masthead spinnaker,
jib halyards, spare main halyard.
Neoprene mast boot with Dacron cover
over deck partners. Four composite
folding steps. White Female moulded
Deep “V” cored section boom with deck
lights. Provision inside boom for lazy jack.
Hydraulic outhaul and Cunningham
system and arrangement for two single
line reefs. Preventer line attachment point.
Navtec rod rigging and Kevlar backstay.
Colour coded Dyneema, Tylaska snap
shackles or D shackles.
Reckmann UD3 Sphere electrically
operated head stay furler with aluminium
foil and hydraulic real time adjuster.
Powered hydraulic rig functions: boom
vang, mainsail outhaul, backstay,
Cunningham. Removable hydraulic mast
jack and manual pump.