ARCTIC SWAN is one of the last Swan 44mkIIs built. She is set up specifically for short handed cruising in mind including electric winches, watermaker, cabin heater and roller furling for the staysail as well as the headsail. Her electronics package for navigation and communications is impressive. So too is her large sail inventory. Exceptionally well kept, fully found and ready to go cruising. ARCTIC SWAN is already in the BVI ready for the next owner to enjoy her this winter in the Caribbean.
Keith Yeoman, cell 443 994 1500
White gel coat solid fiberglass hull.
Sugar scoop transom.
Fin keel with "L" bulb draft 7'2'.
Stainless steel bow and stern rails.
Stainless steel stanchions.
1 x 19 stainless steel double lifelines.
11mm teak overlay.
Stainless steel stem head fitting with dual anchor rollers.
Maxwell VWC 2200 windlass (2006) with chain gypsy and rode winches.
Windlass up/down foot switches on the foredeck.
200ft, 5/16th chain.
45lb CQR anchor.
Teak foot supports on cockpit floor.
Teak cockpit table that stores in cockpit locker.
Davit for outboard motor lift attached to radar post.
Outboard motor bracket on stern rail.
8 x Wichard "D" hooks.
2 x #64, ST, 2 speed electric primaries.
1 x #50, ST, 2 speed, electric main halyard.
2 x #50, ST, 2 speed, halyard at mast base.
2 x #50, ST, 2 speed secondaries.
1 x #50, ST, 2 speed mainsheet.
Sleeps 4 in two sleeping cabins plus 2 more in the main saloon for a total of 6. Varnished, hand rubbed teak veneer over marine ply for the majority of the furniture. Teak and holly cabin sole throughout, fully removable to inspect all aspects of the bilges. Vinyl over fiber boards headliner, totally removable for under deck inspection.
"V" bunk with filler to make a double bed.
Located aft of the forward cabin and on the port side. Fresh water foot pump.
"L" settee to port around the dining table with drop leaves each side. Straight settee to starboard. Shelves and lockers out board of each settee. Storage behind each settee backrest and under each settee. Blue suede upholstery with crew covers.
Forward facing aft of the saloon and on the starboard side.
Located on the port side opposite the navigation station. Technautics 12 volt fridge and freezer with cold plates. Foot pumps for fresh water and salt water.
AFT PORT CABIN
Located aft of the galley and on the port side.
Located aft of the navigation station and on the starboard side. Fresh water foot pump.
Northern Lights 6KW genset (2015)
Balmar 120amp high output alternator with dual belts, cooling fan and back up regulator for house batteries.
60 amp alternator with internal voltage regulator for engine start battery.
2 x 12 volt, Trojan 8D, AGM house batteries with a total of 460 amp hours.
1 x gel cell engine start battery with 100 amp hours.
Battery selector switch can connect both batteries.
link 2000 monitor for house batteries.
Solar panel (2006) mounts on top of bimini produces up to 4 amps/hr.
Mastervolt, 3 phase, 70 amp battery charger (2010).
Dimmer for saloon lights.
LED saloon lights.
Lighting off radar post for night time boarding.
Emergency electric winch and windlass kill switch.
Raymarine E-80 radar/plotter at nav station, master (2007).
Raymarine E-80 radar/plotter at pedestal, slave (2007).
Radar/plotter is wired into the laptop computer network.
24 mile, 4KW, Raymarine Radome, gimbaled.
Furuno GPS in cockpit wired into laptop computer system.
B&G Hercules 2000 racing package with full instruments over companionway.
B&G MFDs at nav station and aft cabin.
2 x B&G 20/20 displays behind mary.
B&G autopilot with gyro halcyon compass.
Autopilot hydraulic drive unit and computer control box added 2008.
WAVE-ECAP 630m WIFI amplifier connected to laptop computer system.
SeaLevel electronic network system connects the 2 GPSs, Global Star sat phone system and B&G instruments into the laptop computer system with a single USB port.
Global Star satellite communication system for e-mail, weather and voice communications with conference speaker phone (2007)
Furuno digital SSB short wave radio with insulated backstay antenna.
ICOM VHF radio with two manually switched antennas.
Remote VHF handset at wheel.
Sony XR 5200R receiver/tuner/amplifier with AM/FM radio, 6 CD disc changer and I-Pod connector.
Speakers in the saloon and Bose speakers in the cockpit.
12 volt DVD player connected to Sony stereo amplifier.
Volvo Penta MD-22L, 50HP, Sail Drive.
3 blade folding propellor.
Carbon fiber tapered spinnaker pole.
Additional spinnaker pole (missing fitting).
Removable bowsprit with Harken block for asymmetrical spinnaker.
Harken roller furler for headsail.
Harken roller furler for staysail (2006).
Lazy jacks with Spectra line.
Dynema Checkstays (2008).
Windex with light.
Mast head lightening diverter.
Mainsail, Quantum, carbon fiber, full batten, 2006.
140% RF genoa, Quantum, carbon fiber 2006.
110% RF jib, Quantum, carbon fiber 2006.
Staysail, Quantum, carbon fiber 2010.
2 x Multi Purpose Genekers.
0.5oz Asymmetrical spinnaker with snuffer 2006.
0.75oz genneker with snuffer 2006.
Staysail, North, RF Dacron 2006.
Storm jib, North, Dacron unused.
Storm trysail, North unused.
Air conditioning, Webasto, cooling, heating and dehumidifier, 18,000btu (2015)
West Marine inflatable dinghy (2009).
5HP outboard engine (2009).
Survival life raft (approx. 2006).
MOM 9 mounted on stern rail.
Lifesling in hard case mounted on stern rail.
Jacklines for safety harnesses.
Halon fire extinguisher system in engine space.
Village marine LWM-200, 200GPH water maker.
Dedicated water maker, 25 gallon plastic water tank (2007).
Dual Racor fuel filters with crossover selector switch.
Algae X diesel fuel conditioner (magnetic).
Electric oil change pump (2006).
Espar diesel heating system with 6 vents throughout the yacht.
Whale Gusher hand pump in forepeak.
Oceanair screens for 2 main deck hatches.
Bug screen for companionway.
Hot and cold water deck shower in cockpit.
Exhaust fans in heads and galley.
Dorade vent with twin cowls forward of mast.