If the Swan 65 ‘Sayula’ introduced the world the Nautor’s Swan during their triumphant victory at the first Whitbred round-the-world race, then Swan 80-007 Alpina reconfirmed the dominance of Nautor’s Swan in the 21st Century. Originally launched as Favonius, she is one of the most recognizable yachts ever built having competed and won the majority or key regattas around the world. Her Stars’ and Stripes blue hull, black hi-modulous carbon mast and custom Harken deck hardware give her a menacing appearance on the water yet the fine German Frers lines offer a subtle beauty hidden behind the striking flare and powerful sailplan.
Under her current ownership, Alpina has been classified by MCA for charter and proven a successful regatta charter yacht. As expected from a Nautor’s Swan yacht, she features all the amenities one would envisage on a world-class cruising yacht such as air conditioning, watermaker, refrigeration and a beautifully hand crafted teak interior.
During the summer of 2016, Alpina underwent a substantial maintenance period where the following works were carried out:
With a list of regatta victories too long to summarize, Alpina is a proven winner and her new 3Di mainsail has helped to keep her as competitive as ever, demonstrated by the first place result at the 2014 Heineken regatta and second at the Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup 2016.
Alpina is available for inspection at her berth in Antibes, France. The berth is also available for sale by separate negotiation.
HULL & APPENDAGES
Hull construction is monolithic glass fibre reinforced Vinylester laminate with carbon fibre used to reinforce the hull stiffeners. Structural bulkheads are carbon sandwich with nomex core
The freeboard has been increased by 10cm giving improved headroom throughout the boat; hull has been extended by 45 cm giving a spacious aft deck and ample stowage space in the lazarette
Topsides newly painted in 2008 in Awlgrip Stars & Stripes blue with white cove stripe and double-stripe boot top. Hull window for propeller inspection. Flush Forespar Marelon seacocks.
Keel & Rudder
Fin and T-bulb regatta keel, one ton lighter than standard Swan 80 keel, offering better upwind performance
Foam filled carbon/epoxy rudder blade with tubular carbon fibre stock supported by two self-aligning roller bearings .Weed cutter forward of rudder
Double 1.2m ‘Destroyer Type’ carbon steering wheels with teak trim
Lightweight aluminium steering quadrant bolted to rudder stock. Vectran steering cables
Transom and deck extended by 45 cm to give an aft deck of 1.65 cm.
Hydraulically operated bathing platform
Shore power cable hatch in transom
Deck construction is carbon fibre sandwich with high density core used at any hi-load points.
Deck in White Gelcoat with single coaming stripe in Stars & Stripes blue gelcoat
Teak on side decks, bridge deck, cockpit soles, seats and bathing platform, 9 mm thick, 55 mm wide. Teak toerail inside composite bulwark. Teak footrests in cockpit and around grinding pedestals
Flush mounted pop-up mooring cleats and fairleads by Versari-Delmonte
2x cleats and 4x fairleads on aft deck, 2x cleats amidship, 2x cleats and 2x fairleads on bow
Pulpit, pushpit and lifeline stanchions 640 mm high of stainless steel Spacing conforming to ORC requirements. Integrated rollers on top of two forward stanchions on each side
Gates in lifelines each side amidships.
Carbon fibre radar post with quick fittings to disconnect easily
Removable stainless handrails on foredeck.
Gangway fitting on transom and swim platform
Stowage lockers on either side of main companionway entrance
Nautor custom made flush mounted deck hatches and portlights. Goiot opening portholes
Custom made composite foot stands for helmsman
CQR anchor on folding Carbon fibre anchor arm, stowed below decks when not in use.
Recessed Lewmar 3000 hydraulic anchor windlass in bow locker remote hand control
100 metres of Lewmar 12mm anchor chain
Moulded GRP chain box
Alpina features a versatile winch package that can either be powered manually, by the Rexroth hydraulic powerpack or by a power take off unit (PTO) fitted to the Northern Lights generator. While racing, the primary winches can be powered by two grinding pedestals accommodating four grinders. Mainsheet winch can be powered by an independent pedestal accommodating two grinders. All winches have black anodized aluminium finish.
Primary winches: 2x 1110 TCR 3-speed powered with overdrive gearing for downwind efficiency
Mainsheet winch: 1x 1110 3-speed powered self-tailing (ST)
Secondary winches: 2x 990 3-speed powered ST
Traveller winches: 2x 53 2-speed manual ST
Halyard winches: 2x 990 3-speed powered ST and 2x 990 2-speed manual ST
Pedestals: 3x Black clear coated carbon grinding pedestals with crosslink below deck
All blocks, tracks, padeyes and cars by Harken
Jib sheets can be led under or above deck
Rexroth hydraulic power pack to drive 7 winches, windlass and headsail furler
Emergency power cut-off at both steering positions.
Five function Flush mounted Navtec manual hydraulic panel operates:
Vang, Backstay, Outhaul, Inner Forestay and Jib halyard
Backstay can also be adjusted via powerpack
Quick release button for backstay
Teak veneer interior with hand rubbed satin varnish finish; overhead panels installed in all accommodation areas and covered with Almond colored Ultraleather.
Floorboards of sandwich construction, top face is teak with holly stripes
Floorboards are varnished with six coats of polyurethane varnish and have the same satin finish as the rest of the interior. Topsides where visible are lined with teak battens. Teak gratings in all heads. Automatic lights fitted in lockers and cabinets
Settees and sofas have Lapna soft (0116) coloured leather upholstery
Crew quarters with a single bunk on starboard which is topped with stainless steel and doubles as a work surface. TV/Video unit installed above bunk with storage lockers both above and below. L-shaped settee and table to port with folding berth above.
Forward of the saloon to starboard is a large and modern galley, through the galley is the access to the crew quarters. With the door to the saloon closed, the crew is self-supporting and the owner and his guests can enjoy complete privacy.
Galley equipment includes:
• Quooker water boiler (3litre)
• 2x Front loading refrigerators on starboard side
• Top loading deep freezer 175 Lt
• Alpes Inox 4-burner gimballed stove with oven and grill
• Alpes Inox extractor hood above stove
• Raritan Icemaker in saloon
Forward Port Guest Cabin
The forward guest cabin has a double berth (length 207 cm) with folding Pullman berth above. Storage with hanging lockers and drawers. En-suite head with shower, Tecma Silent marine toilet, shower curtains, mirrors and storage lockers
Aft Port Guest Cabin
The aft guest cabin has one single bunk with one folding Pullman above and another inboard. Berth lengths 210cm. En-suite head with shower, Tecma Silent marine toilet, shower curtains, mirrors and storage lockers
On the starboard side of the main saloon there is a settee with coffee table and an entertainment centre with plasma screen, video and stereo equipment. To port, there is an L-shaped sofa with a large saloon table and three chairs. Table is recessable to the level of the saloon seats via electric motor to create a large lounging area.
The navigation area is multi functional and serves as navigation, communication and
Administration centre. The forward facing side functions as navigation area with all navigation instruments grouped here while the aft facing part contains the communication equipment. There is a swivelling Recaro chair in front of the table.
The full width owner’s stateroom aft has a large centreline berth with Settee to port and vanity desk to starboard. In addition, there are large hanging lockers and an en-suite head with a separate shower stall.
Engine room is directly under the forward cockpit and is accessible under the main companionway steps or through doors along the corridor aft. Lined with Rockwool sound proofing, the area is insulated for a 20Db reduction of airborne sound. Softex Automatic fire extinguisher system.
Canvas tool holders on both engine room doors
ENGINE & SYSTEMS
Yanmar Marine Diesel 4LH-STE 162 kw 220h
175 amp 24v alternator
Semi-dry exhaust system
Spinlock throttle control
Three-bladed 28” MaxProp feathering propeller
Fuel Capacity 1820 L stored in five tanks, alarm for excess water in fuel separator
Water Capacity 1200 litres (317 UsG) in two integral tanks
24v pressure water pump
Hot water via BARKA 80litre 230v AC boiler or engine calorifier
Water maker Sea Recovery Aqua Whisper 4500 L/D (1200 UsG/D)
Sea Recovery charcoal filter and ultra violet sterilizer
Hot/Cold deck showers at transom platform and in cockpit coaming
Fresh water connection in forward locker for deckwash
Seawater pump for deckwash/fire
Iceberg refrigeration units with hold-over plates for refrigerator and freezer, one 230v AC powered compressor unit and one engine driven compressor
Reverse cycle air conditioning/heating, Marine Air 57000BTU. Central system installed in engine room with air handlers in all cabins. Independent shore power inlet, collector tanks for condensation with individual pump out.
Forced ventilation into cabins, extractor blowers in engine room, heads and galley
Battery boxes ventilated into mast.
One electrical submersible with auto/manual control, two Whale electrical with manual control and two Whale with manual control. Whale manual pump for chainlocker/forepeak
Electric submersible pumps to drain lazarette bilge and port, starboard and forward saloon bilges
A lighting protector on the masthead is connected with cable to keel. Wires are dimensioned to minimize voltage drop.
The yacht has a 24v DC system with insulated return.
The service battery bank is 24v 840Ah / 5h (equals 24v 1000 Ah / 20h) and consists of 24 single cells of 2v each.
12v 135 Ah for engine start
12v 135 Ah for generator start
Power supply of 230v 50Hz single-phase three-wire grounded AC system. The 230v system can be fed by the diesel generator or shore power inlet. There are also a number of 230v 50Hz appliances fed through DC/AC inverters. The shore power is provided with a polarity alarm, polarity reversing switch, main switch and a 15 m shore power cable that can be connected through the transom or bow.
Northern Lights M844LK 16Kva including sound shield.
Two Mastervolt, Mass 24 V 75 A chargers with 3-step charge characteristics, for service battery.
One Mastervolt, Mass 24 V 50 A charger with 3-step charge characteristics, for instrument battery.
One Mastervolt 24/2500 VA with a transfer switch
B&G Hercules 2000 wind/depth/log pack with performance processor and the following displays:
4x FFD’s and 2x Analog AWA in aft cockpit
2x 20/20 in forward cockpit
3x 40/40 displays on carbon bracket below gooseneck
1x FFD at chart table
B&G/KVH Gyro Trac compass
Furuno Radar with electrically adjustable antenna
GPS Leica MK10 DGPS
Navtex Furuno NX300
Oregon Scientific barometer/ships clock at chart table
B&G Hercules ACP 2 autopilot with display near port helm
B&G twin hydraulic ram size 4/24 V DC, constant running
Shuttle XPC computer running chart navigation software
2x 17” LCD computer monitors at chart table
Inmarsat Mini M, Sailor SP4164A
Inmarsat C, SP Radio Sailor 1622D/GPS
VHF transceiver SP Radio RT 4822 with second handset and speaker in cockpit
GSM cellular phone Siemens Gigaset 3010 2 pieces
Panasonic telephone exchange unit KXTD 816
Toshiba Fax machine
Combined antenna system RR Delta incl. VHF, TV and GSM
Sony Stereo equipment including 5.1 surround sound with sub-woofer installed under saloon table
Sony CD/DVD player connected to Panasonic 42” Plasma TV screen
Sony Car stereo connected to waterproof deck speakers
MAST & RIGGING
Hall Spars hi-modulus carbon fibre four spreader mast, clear coated (fully revised in 2008, navtec rod rigging replaced where necessary) fixed point spi pole connection on front of mast
Reckmann hydraulic jib furler RF90-3, recessed below foredeck
Discontinuous Rod rigging and with PBO split backstay (new 2008) and inner forestay
Carbon fibre chainplates. Removable hydraulic mast jack.
Antal luff track accommodates cars or bolt rope. Racing forestay with tuff luff
IG = 32.30 m Fore triangle 146, m²
J = 9.05 m Mainsail 148 m²,
P = 29.47 m Jib area 110% 160 m²,
E = 10.05 m Assym.Spinnaker 526 m²
Boom and Poles
Hall Spars carbon fibre oval regatta boom, clear coated, two reefing points with internal jammers at gooseneck, removable lazy jacks
2x Hall Spars Spinnaker poles
2x Hall Spars Jockey Poles
Alpina features a customized running rigging arrangement that has been handcrafted by a first class rigger. One full set of running rigging is included
Multiplex Carbon fibre folding gangway
Swim ladder that can be used on bathing platform and side gates
Removable centre cockpit table with folding leaves
GBC burglar alarm with infrared detector in saloon
Spare steering cables
Suction cup lifters for floorboards
Collapsible boat hook
Removable stainless steel deck mounts for spi poles
PVC floor cover
Half-model of hull mounted in saloon
Sprayhood over entrance hatch, stowed flush
Non skid canvas floor covers for saloon, galley, nav station and passage floors
Mesh rope bags for both cockpits
Custom made covers for: Steering wheels, winches, grinding pedestals, spinnaker poles, jockey poles, cockpit table,
As required for MCA compliancy
3DL carbon/Kevlar with taffeta sail, two reefs, Antal hardware and full battens
3DL carbon/Kevlar with taffeta, 105% Yankee Cut
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change,or withdrawal without notice