2013 Swan 80 FD
The Swan 80 is the ultimate maxi-cruiser. The Swan 80 is sleek, elegant and fast and available in both a flushdeck and a raised saloon version.
The raised salon offers enhanced protection to the large cockpit, which has the integrated bimini which is new to the SwanLine. While the flushdeck verion, the Swan 80FD, boasts a vast and uncluttered teak deck.
The luxurious interior features a choice of owner’s cabin forward or aft, two large guest cabins and a crew cabin or third guest cabin. The galley is large, well suited designed for professional use, as well as for family cruising. The technology onboard is outstanding, with a wealth of components that will make long range cruising easy, comfortable and safe.
The luxurious interior features a choice of owner’s cabin forward or aft, two large guest cabins and a crew cabin or third guest cabin. The galley is large, well suited designed for professional use, as well as for family cruising. The technology on board is outstanding, with a wealth of components that will make long range cruising easy, comfortable and safe.
|82.28 ft 25.08 m
|Length of waterline:
|72.80 ft 22.19 m
|19.95 ft 6.08 m
|13.12 ft 4.00 m
|79.850 lbs 36.200 kg
|396 US gal 1500 ltr
|317 US gal 1200 ltr
|26 US gal 100 ltr
|Water maker (per 24h):
|1401 US gal 5304 ltr
|71 US gal 270 ltr
|24 V 1050 Ah
|20 kVA 230V 50 Hz
|11.5 kVA 230V 50 A
|72000 BTU 21 kW
|Engine - Steyr MO:
|196 K35 190 hp 140 Kw
|1614.50 sq ft 150.00 m2
|2030.10 sq ft 188.60 m2
|1744.00 sq ft 162.00 m2
|109.58 ft 33.40 m
Female moulded pre-preg carbon fibre
/SPRINT® matrix. Corecellï¿½ 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 composite wheels.
Carbon fibre mast step with two tie rods
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. 6 tinted hull
windows carbon folding gangway stored
in the lazarette. Combined carbon ladder
for bathing platform and side boarding
with flush stainless steel fittings stored in
lazarette. Floorboards light weight
composite construction. The top sides are
faired and top coated. There are provisions
for storage of the yachtï¿½s equipment in the
Stiff, robust and lightweight construction
Corecellï¿½ 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 Nautors colour chart.
Laid teak side decks, fore deck, cockpit
sole and seats. Vacuumed and bonded with
epoxy. Two angled adjustable helmsmanï¿½s
supports at steering consoles. 25 mm high
teak toe rail forward of the mast.
All winches are hydraulically driven via
the hydraulic main ring system and
connected to the valve blocks with
Captive Lewmar main sheet winch
moumted under deck.
Two primary sheet winches H B1111.3
STCAC-HY three speed, with carbon
skirt and top, aluminium drum. Two
secondary sheet winches H B1111.3
STCAC-HY three speed, with carbon
skirt and top, aluminium drum. Two
B990.3 STAAC-HY three speed Halyard
winches, with aluminium drum and base,
Double Harken cars for jib and staysail
sheets. Harken pin stops for jib sheet cars
and end stops. Hydraulic jib car adjuster.
Through deck fittings for jib sheet leads.
On deck mounted Harken HC8508 lead
blocks for jib and gennaker halyards. Six
under deck mounted lead blocks for
halyards and reef lines lead aft under deck.
Harken H3018 blocks for gennaker sheets.
Harken H3018 runner blocks. Harken
H3010 100mm foot blocks for stay sail
sheets. Organisers for halyards and reef
lines lead aft under deck
Four Spinlock 1618 jammers between
mast and halyard winches for two jib
halyards, one code zero halyard and one
spare. Two Spinlock ZS 1618 jammers, for
tacklines forward of the halyard winches.
Six Spinlock ZS 1618 jammers, installed
at the end of the coamings, for halyards
and reef lines lead aft under deck.
Screw-in pad eye on the bow for gennaker
tack line block/code zero attachment. Five
U-bolt pad eyes on bulwark, each side.
One U-bolt pad eye for runner dead
end on bulwark, each side.
Lewmar V6 electric anchor windlass with
foot switch controls on foredeck. One
hydraulically operated, pivoting anodised
aluminium arm for stowing the bow
anchor in the anchor locker.
The pulpit, push pit and stanchion are 610
mm high with spacing according to
ISAF/ORC requirements and made of a
Ø 32 mm stainless steel tube. The upper
life lines are stainless 8 mm wire and the
lower ones are of 5mm wire with polished
turnbuckles and eyes.
Six 400 mm stainless steel pop-up
mooring cleats. Socket for flagpole on
port side aft deck. Composite mast collar
designed for use with Spartite support.
Custom made canvas mast boot.
Nautor custom made flush mounted
tinted acrylic hatches with gutters in
white painted composite and supported
by gas cylinders.
Teak covered hatches to anchor stowage,
lazarette, liferaft stowage and as helmsmans
Four flush mounted tinted acrylic
Two flush mounted tinted acrylic side
windows on each side in the coaming
above the saloon.
Manually operated tinted acrylic sliding
hatch for main companionway with drop
Large cockpit providing safe access to the
interior, designed for maximum comfort
both under sail and at anchor.
2.5 m (8ï¿½ 2ï¿½ï¿½) long seat with backrest on
each side of the cockpit. 1.8 m (5ï¿½11ï¿½ï¿½)
semi permanent cockpit table with
folding leaves which can be adjusted in
height to be flush with seats. Recessed
spray hood for the main entrance.
Manually operated, lightweight carbon
fibre and canvas bimini supported by gas
cylinders. The bimini is recessed into the
deck and becomes flush with the deck,
when not in use.
Canvas sun awning. Cockpit cushions
with backrests for seats and for table top.
Mainly teak is used for visible joinery
work. It is oil waxed giving a satin finish.
Vinyl clad removable overhead panels are
installed in all accommodation areas.
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 interior. Structural
bulkheads are covered with sound
damping sandwich panels with teak
veneered surfaces. Partitions are of
sandwich construction on a 35 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.
Reading lights are installed at the head
end of all berths and sofas. General cabin
lighting is either spotlight down lighting
or indirect lighting with dimmer controls.
Indirect and courtesy lights in cabins
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 Nautorï¿½s Swan interior
collection. Dust covers for sofas and
settees. Canvas leecloths.
Galley lower and upper lockers in teak.
Work tops are custom made in Corian.
All the bathrooms have a separate shower
stall. The forward crew bathroom has an
integrated shower arrangement.
Main engine Steyr Motors MO 196K35,
140 kW (190 hp) @ 3500 rpm. Engine
and reduction gear supported on flexible
ZF 45-1 reduction 3,741:1 gearbox
The propeller shaft is made of corrosion
resistant steel. Shaft supported by waterlubricated
at P-bracket and stern tube. Four-bladed
folding propeller Brunton Varifold. Drip
tray under engine and diesel generator.
Bow thruster MaxPower 300/15. The
bow thruster is powered by a hydraulic
PTO on the 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.
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.
Grey, fresh and black water tanks are made
of polyethylene and provided with baffles,
inspection covers, sounding plug and vent
Components and valves are labelled with
function, and piping is colour coded with
arrows to indicate direction of flow.
Pressurised hot and cold water system
with a 24 liter pressure accumulator tank
connected to system run by two 24 V
pumps for quiet operation. Valve chest has
valves for each water tank and for water
pressure pumps. Thermostat controlled
stainless steel water heater 100 liter using
cooling water or heating element running
off AC power.
Cold water deck wash, fwd and aft. Deck
shower on bathing platform.
Water maker with self priming feed water
pumps made of bronze and AISI 316,
situated in engine space. Remote control
installed at the navigation table. Electrical
deck wash pump with connection on
foredeck, capacity 160 l / min. Sea water
outlet and hose in forepeak locker.
There are four separate bilges: fore peak,
accommodation area, engine room and
lazarette bilge. Each bilge is equipped with
a DC driven submersible pump. Two
manual Whale pumps are installed as
back-up pumps, one for the fore peak and
accommodation area, the other one for
the engine room and lazarette bilge.
Galley sink is drained to grey water tank
or directly to sea cocks. Grey water from
wash basins, showers, condensing water
from air conditioning and freezer/fridge is
collected to grey water tanks, if necessary
by transfer pumps. Toilet flushing by fresh
water. Full black water tank disable
flushing of toilets.
Space for two 6kg gas bottles in draining
locker accessed via deck. Four-burner
stainless steel gas stove and oven,
gimballed with galley fan. Microwave
oven, 2x160 liter refrigerator and one
front loading 130 liter freezer. Two
Frigonautica 24V DC water cooled
Forced ventilation directing fresh air into
cabins and exhaust air out through heads.
Silencers installed to reduce noise. Galley
has its own independent system. Climate
can be controlled with central
cooled/heated waterbourne system
condensation water collected in grey
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 inverters. Shore power inlet is
230 V 1-pole 50 A with 15 m cable.
20 kW Northern Light generator
producing single-phase 230 V 50 Hz AC.
Inverters 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 chargers and 3-step
charge characteristics. 24 V maintenancefree
gel type for service systems powering
lights, fans, pumps and electronics and
6x12V Optima Yellow Top for the
handling systems powering the hydraulic
power pack. Battery banks located in
saloon under floorboards.
24 V 140 A alternator on main engine
charging service battery banks.
Starting batteries two 12 V Optima Yellow
Top one for main engine and generator.
Maintenance free AGM type, located in
saloon under floorboard.
Comprehensive installation of navigation,
rig and deck lights. Touch screen monitor
at the navigation table for main yacht
systems. All tanks systems are monitored
and status displayed on touch screen.
Diesel generator with own control panels.
Cockpit control panels for engine,
navigation lights, sail handling and diesel
2x Suunto F-135 magnetic steering
compasses. Brookes & Gatehouse Halcyon
Gyro. Georg Jensen clock and barometer.
A Brookes & Gatehouse Halcyon Gyro
stabilised compass. Comprehensive Brookes
& Gatehouse H3000 Hercules package.
The main unit is a B&G Hercules H3000
Main processor and a B&G. Halcyon gyro
processor. B&G mono-chrome Graphical
Function Display and repeaters. Four 30/30
repeaters mounted on the mast. GFDs also
display hydraulic pressures for backstay,
vang, outhaul, jib halyard, cunningham,
inner forestay as well as forestay length
adjuster position. Standard B&G depth and
speed sensors with housing in plastic. There
is a wind sensor at mast head, type vertical
A Furuno Navnet 3D black-box radar/chart
plotting system comprising of processor unit
MFDBB, control unit MCU-001 and 17
inch combined plotter/computer LCD
screen Furuno MU-170C positioned at the
Each steering console is installed with one
Multifunction display 8,4 inch, Furuno
Navnet 3D MFD8.
Furuno GP-320 DGPS . Radar is a
Furuno 4 kW 60 cm radome type
antenna integrated with the Furuno
NavNet 3D plotter system. There is a
Navtex receiver, Furuno NX-300.
Simrad RS-87H DSC VHF with two
handsets. Inmarsat FleetBroadband 250
satellite telephone system from KVH.
Bose Lifestyle 48 DVD/CD/FM stereo
system connected to the LED TV. iPod
docking station, Apple universal dock.
Connected to Bose stereo system. Four
PolyPlanar speakers are installed in the
cockpit. The system is controlled by a
Bose Personal Music Center II radio
remote control in addition to the volume
control knob in cockpit. Samsung 32ï¿½
LED TV connected to the Delta antenna
for terrestrial TV.
There is a B&G H3000 autopilot system
with one GPD control unit at the Helm
with dedicated 24 V power pack powering
the hydraulic cylinder. The autopilot is
driving the steering quadrant via a Marsili