New Price as of September 24. Sellers Want Offers! This lovely, two-owner, highly custom-built Hardin 45 has enjoyed significant upgrades and superb maintenance throughout her life by a knowledgeable and caring owners. Interior accommodations are exceptional, with many inviting spaces, tremendous storage & gorgeous teak joinery. The cockpit essentially provides pilot house steering & additional protected living space. Exterior features have been upgraded for greater safety, utility & recreational use. Recent survey: "Salish Swan, ex- Sea Swan, is as near perfect as a quality-built, 33 year old yacht can be. Safe & seaworthy with proven extensive voyaging in Northwest waters & a two-year adventure to the Hawaiian Islands. Salish Swan can do it all. This is a one-of-a-kind yacht & a unique & special opportunity.
For more information on this yacht contact Central Listing Agent Michael Locatell at 206-459-0880 cell, e-mail email@example.com
Please contact Michael Locatell CPYB at 206-459-0880 cell
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Bill Hardin
LOA: 45 ft 0 in
Beam: 13 ft 4 in
LWL: 34 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 0 in
Displacement: 32000 lbs
Ballast: 8500 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 64 ft 6 in
From the pilot house seating you have a 360 degree view.
There are four hatches in the top for fresh air and viewing the sails.
The front glass is to offshore specifications.
The side and back sliding windows are great for inland (Northwest) cruising, and are easily removed or replaced with Lexan for ocean cruising.
There is storage behind the seats and a separate stereo system for the pilot house.
The seat cushions within the helm area are 2" closed-cell foam with white vinyl covering.
The pilot house seats four adults with room to spare, and up to a total of six.
There is a teak fold-up table for two.
There are five halogen reading lights in the ceiling.
Original traditional ships wheel was replace with a smaller Vetus wood rimed wheel. Original traditional ships wheel will be supplied with yacht.
The pilot house was constructed with the capability of installing an entry hatch on the port side. This has not been done yet, as the owners have always had a full dodger and are accustomed to stepping in under the side windows.
IF DESIRED, THE PILOT HOUSE IS INHERENTLY REMOVABLE OR COULD BE MODIFIED TO A HARD DODGER ONLY ARRANGEMENT.
V-berth forward-most w/ access to the chain locker, a small settee on centerline, storage either side & under and a vanity sink to port.
Custom bed sheets and comforter in forepeak.
Spacious salon next aft w/ straight settee plus pilot berth to port, two lounging chairs to starboard plus a pilot berth (currently configured for storage) w/ storage cabinets below and the Dickenson Antartic cabin heater w/ brass cover.
One step up to the galley/dinette area w/ a spacious galley to port & a large settee & table to starboard.
Fold out stool at salon table.
Two padded storage bags for cockpit doors.
The companionway steps are on centerline.
Pass-thru to starboard into the bathroom w/ shower stall/foot tub, marine toilet, vanity sink, lots of storage & engine room access. Upgraded to Airhead Composting Toilet.
Pass-thru to port into the nav room (could be easily re-configured to the original third bunk stateroom) w/ lots of storage & access to the engine & generator. Located under the bunk is a water maker, condition not known.
A stand up shop is located between the aft stateroom and the bathroom, containing a large vise, grinder, 15 drawers and a wall rack for tools. An Espar heater is located below.
The sumptuous aft stateroom is accessible from either side, w/ a large athwartship berth, tremendous storage and a vanity sink w/ mirror. New cabin fan was added.
ICOM IC-M700 SSB radio & Standard Horizon Eclipse VHF marine radio
Furuno radar in the nav room.
W-H P-2 Autopilot main control head in the nav room.
Danforth Corsair II Tell-Tale compass in the aft stateroom.
Standard Horizon depth sounder w/ zone alarm in the aft stateroom.
Chelsea brass clock & barometer.
Flat screen LG LED TV
At the pilot house helm are:
Raymarine C80 GPS Chart Plotter, Raymarine ST60+ Wind speed & Direction Raymarine ST60 Depth Sounder with alarm.
Icom DSC VHF with AIS radio + hailer with fog horn.
Nav Pod at helm for VDO oil pressure gauge, and VDO engine temp gauge and Victron battery monitor for engine start bank.
Aqua Meter Galaxy 5" compass
W-H P-2 Autopilot remote control head at the binnacle.
Force 10 three-burner propane stove w/oven.
New Carousel microwave oven was added.
Double stainless steel sink.
Separate drinking water filter system.
Hand pump for fresh water for emergency use, not working at this time.
Pressure water system with updated pumps and faucets throughout.
Nova Cool under-counter fridge was added.
Marinetics safety solenoid switch & SCENTRY Gas Vapor Detector.
Two custom floor hatches were added for access to a large storage area.
House bank is six 12volt Victron AGM 100 ah battery's
Engine bank is two 12 volt battery's
Bow thruster bank is one Victron AGM battery.
Two Balmar 100 amp alternators with two Balmar external regulators.
Upgraded inverter charger to a Victron system.
Dedicated house bank battery monitor.
All of the lighting fixtures have been updated (most in 2005) with xenon bulbs.
The den and galley also have custom ceiling fixtures.
A Zinc Saver (Galvanic Isolater) was installed in 2004.
Marinetics Alert MKII alarm panel for engine temperature, engine oil pressure, engine exhaust overheat, engine room fire, furnace overheat, LPG in the bilge & high water in the bilge.
Professional Mariner Electrical System Monitor & Alternator controller panel, is not use at this time.
12V DC & 110V AC electrical panel w/ circuit breakers & indicator lights.
Bowsprit w/ bollard mounted just forward of the windlass.
Bow platform w/ heavy duty anchor rollers was rebuilt with heavy duty stainless framing.
Primary anchor is a new Rocna 33# or 40# with 300' of chain
Secondary anchor is a 60# Bruce with 300' of rode.
Windlass is a Nilsson V3000 w/ foot switch.
There are bronze hawse holes through the bulwarks either side at the bow w/ heavy duty cleats, plus bronze mooring line fairleads mounted on the caprail.
There is a bronze hawse pipe in the foredeck for storing 1" mooring line below deck.
There is a deck washdown spigot at the foredeck.
There are two additional bronze cleats w/ bronze fairleads mounted on the caprail port & starboard at about the mast.
There are two stainless steel cleats w/ bronze fairleads mounted on the caprail either side amidships.
There are two stainless steel bollards w/ fairleads at the stern quarters.
Extra high stainless steel stanchions w/ solid stainless steel rail bow to stern plus lower coated wire lifeline.
Lifeline gates port & starboard.
Custom heavy duty stainless steel dinghy davit system at the stern.
The stainless steel stern pulpit incorporates built-in storage plus bench seating on the top.
A large custom storage box on the aft deck incorporates a bench seat on top w/ back bolster.
Custom stainless steel emergency boarding ladder on the transom.
Stainless steel boarding/swim ladder mounts either side at the lifeline gates.
A 1-1/4" stainless steel rack to carry a canister life raft.
Another 1-1/4" stainless steel rack forward that is designed to carry two windsurfers, kayaks, etc.
On both sides of the kayak racks are two 1" stainless steel holders for the six Polyform fenders with black covers.
Decks repainted with Kiwigrip in 2016
AFT DECK CUSTOM SEATING
The aft deck has a low profile seating area for up to five adults.
The cushions and back rest are closed-cell foam with new (9/07) white vinyl covers.
Below one seat is storage for two propane tanks, and cleaning supplies. Below the other seat is storage.
LIGHT AND VENTILATION
Original teak hatches include two over the aft cabin, one over the forward cabin and a butterfly hatch over the salon.
There are four aluminum hatches over the pilot house.
Stainless steel opening ports w/ drip grooves include four large ports in the house sides and eight standard size in the hull sides.
The house also incorporates two large fixed windows at the front and two large fixed windows either side.
The pilot house incorporates three large fixed windows at the front, two fixed windows at the front corners and sliding glass windows for either side and the rear of the pilot house.
There are two large fixed windows in the transom - a wonder feature for the aft cabin.
MISC. ITEMS INCLUDED WITH SEA SWAN
Sunbrella padded covers for all windows except (the two large house windows) + pilothouse hatches, new in 2012. Hand held 1 million candlepower search light. Shop vice, grinder, and tool drawers. Winch handles. One boat hook. 5/8" dock lines plus 6 fenders. Man overboard Life Sling (new 2006).
Sails & Rigging
Cutter rig w/ deck-stepped spar system.
Forespar double-spreader furling mainmast and boom are painted LPU.
Mast features include spreader lights, pole track on front of the mast and folding mast steps to the masthead.
Heavy stainless steel chainplates are built into the hull and thru-bolted.
Twin backstays, one w/ insulators for SSB antenna.
North furling mainsail.
New Forespar solid boom vang.
Walter boom brake.
New UV covers for jib and main sail's in 2012.
Harken mainsheet traveller system at boom end w/ Barient ST centerline winch accessible from the helm.
Winches include (2) Barient 28CST primaries, a Lewmar 48 SST on the starboard coaming, (2) Barient 19CST for halyards at the mast and (2) Lewmar 48 SST for mainsail handling on the housetop.
Mechanical Equipment & Engine Details
John Deere naturally-aspirated 85HP diesel engine installed in 2001.
Total Power: 85 HP
Cruising Speed: 7-8 knots
Fuel filters upgraded and both exhaust systems redone.
Two fiberglass fuel tanks - each holds 80 gallons.
Transmission was also rebuilt in 2001.
Transmission fluid flush and main engine valve adjustment.
The 5KW diesel generator has a Yanmar 26mfl engine.
Quick access to the engine room from all sides via seven doors.
Halon automatic fire suppressant system.
Wesmar 12V bow thruster.
There are many spare parts and new replacement parts for the main engine, generator, head, pumps, filters, hydraulic steering, rigging and lighting.
Also on the boat is a spare shaft and two props.
BILGE PUMPS & BOAT ALARMS
New in 2005 are two Water Witch sensors with new Groco bilge pump and a Rule 1100 automatic bilge pump.
A 110V automatic sump pump is installed 4" above the two 12V bilge pumps.
The main engine, bilge and propane systems have sensors to a main alarm system, which can be status checked.
A second propane alarm is located in the galley and a carbon monoxide & smoke alarm is mounted on the galley ceiling.
A high-capacity hand bilge pump is also installed.
An Espar forced-air diesel-fired heater and a Dickenson Antarctic diesel space heater will heat the boat comfortably, even when cruising in below-freezing weather.
Two gal 110V AC instant water heater under galley sink.
Two fiberglass water tanks hold 80 gallons each.
Hot water is heated from shore power or generator.
Salish Swan ex Sea Swan was built in Taiwan in Bill Hardin’s boat yard in December 1981 for the first owner.
During construction, various and numerous improvements to the original design were made, and many of these changes were incorporated into the subsequent production boats.
From 1980 to 1985 the first owners were a dealer for the Hardin 45 in the Northwest.
In 1985 Sea Swan voyaged to Hawaii and sailed the islands for two years, returning in 1987.
In 1994 the original ketch rig was replaced with a new cutter rig designed by Bob Perry.
This change added over 35% in sail area to the main and genoa, greatly improving performance in lighter winds.
In 1996 a permanent, custom hard-top built of aluminum and designed by Bob Perry to offshore specifications was installed.
The pilot house adds another room suitable for use year round.
Since 1981 the first owners cruised to Desolation Sound and beyond. The yachts current owners have also cruised in the inside passage.
Sea Swan has been a great summer home and offshore cruising boat for many years for the first owners.
This very capable yacht is being sold ready for cruising or crossing — just add food and linens!
1983 - 5KW Yanmar generator.
1984 - stantions and rails raised, fabricated of solid 1" stainless steel bow to stern.
1985 - MaxProp feathering prop installed.
1996 - Wesmar bow thruster #T8E installed (why did we wait so long?!).
1997 - installed new Espar diesel heater #D5LC.
2001 - new 85HP John Deere diesel engine installed.
2003 - all new stainless steel opening ports installed.
2004 - interior re-upholstered.
All upgrades have been professionally done.
MAJOR UPGRADES BY SECOND OWNERS
2016 - Main engine exhaust riser rebuilt with high quality SS.
2016 - Recoating of decks with Kiwigrip deck paint.
2015 - Rebuilt 3 of the teak deck hatches.
2012 - New bowsprit and rebuilt and reinforced the bow pulpit.
2012 - New Sunbrella covers.
2012 - Large hatch's installed in galley sole to access bilge and a large storage area.
2009 - New SS prop shaft, cutlass bearing and PSS shaft seal.
2009 - Forespar solid boom vang.
2009 - Major upgrades to AC and DC charging systems and battery upgrade.
2009 - Electronics upgrades.
The boat has never been smoked in.
The boat has never been a full-time live aboard.
The boat has never had any major impact damage.
The custom nav room could easily be converted back to its original double-bunk guest room configuration.
The original upper forward starboard bunk is available if re-installation desired.
In September of 2006 the main engine exhaust riser was rebuilt to go above the waterline (all in stainless steel).
The mast steps are wonderful - easy to use, fast, safe and very solid.
The hull is solidly constructed of thick and exceedingly strong fiberglass.
The thru-hull fittings have always been thoroughly inspected and replaced when necessary.
The boat was last hauled out summer of 2012, bottom painted.
Boat was last dived for zinc replacement and bottom paint was assessed as in good condition.
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.