This unique Swan 46 with hull number 14 is one of 24 yachts build form this Swan 46 generation. Superb single cockpit with twin wheels and no main sheet track makes the cockpit safe and user friendly.
Instead of the standard options of a two- or three-cabin versions, she has a unique interior design: a beautifully appointed owners cabin forward, a twin guest cabin at port and a single cabin at starboard aft - this gives space for large and dry locker under deck between the guest cabins. AYALAS is fully equipped for fast, safe and easy sailing - in-boom-reefing, bowthruster, electric winches, HOOD-sails, and for comfortable life on board with a lot of gimmicks - air condition, Nespresso machine, carbon gangway, MP3, TV etc.
AYALAS was built in 2006 and delivered to her present owner in June 2006. She has been used for sailing in the Med by a husband and wife team. She has continuously been very well maintained by professional staff in Marmaris/Turkey, so she is in excellent condition.
Gelcoat NGS 9650, white
Boot top, cove stripe and single coaming stripe in dark blue 7344
Bottom paint, International Micron Extra, Dover 004, black
The keel is a lead casting with antimony and carefully finished to accurate shape. Cast-in keel bolts are of high-tensile stainless steel.
The mast is stepped through the deck onto a composite mast step.
Rudder: Of foam filled GRP with tapered hi-tensile stainless steel stock, supported by two self-aligning bearings.
Steering system: Sheaves provided with guards to prevent jamming of steering wire. Aluminium quadrant with end stops bolted to rudder stock. Two 1.05 m stainless wheels with elkhide cover, 1.8 turns H.O. to H.O. Composite pedestals with roller bearings, brake, and crash bar. Emergency tiller stowed in lazarette.
Deck is of sandwich construction, using multiaxial glass fibre reinforced isopolyester laminate, with low-density closed cell foam core, and is bonded to the hull. High-density core under deck fittings. Unteaked deck surfaces finished in white gelcoat.
Primary sheet winches:
2 electrical Lewmar 54 AEST (std. 54 CST)
Main sheet winches: on port side electrical Lewmar 50 AEST (std. 50 CST) and Starboard side two speed 50 AST (std. 50 CST)
2 electrical winches Lewmar 48 AEST (std. 48 CST)
Recessed electrical anchor windless Lofrans Project 1500 incl. chain counter and extra remote control.
Stainless steel stemhead fitting with one Delrin anchor roller plus additional fitting to fix the anchor.
Mooring cleats at bow, stern and admidships. Pulpit, pushpit and lifeline stanchions 600 mm high. Lifeline gates at both sides amidships and in pushpit.
Outboard bracket on pushpit.
Two gangway fittings (one on deck aft of lazarette hatch and one on centre line of top of helmsman’s seat). Bracket for instrument displays on both steering pedestals.
Laid teak 9 mm nominal thickness in cockpit, on side decks and on bathing platform.
Harken lead blocks for halyards, lifts, reefing, and main sheet at mast partners. The lines are led aft below deck to clutches in front of the halyard winches. Main sheet led further aft both sides.
Lewmar Medium Profile recessed deck hatches: one Size 50 in forward head, one Size 60 in forward cabin, and one Size 60 in main cabin.
Mosquito screens for main companionway, mosquito screens and blinds for all standard Lewmar Medium Profile deck hatches.
Four fixed coaming windows. Extra: Coaming windows with aluminium frames like the openable portlights.
Four openable coaming portlights: in port aft cabin, aft head, galley, and navigation area.
Two portlights from port aft cabin to cockpit.
Main companionway lockable sliding hatch of tinted acrylic with sliding drop board.
In cockpit hinged GRP hatches to lazarette, and to stowage locker with space for life raft.
Under helmsman's seat gas bottle locker port side, stowage starboard side.
Sprayhood for main companionway (Sunbrella white 5020). Canvas stowage bags for halyards each side of main entrance. Padded canvas stowage bag for cockpit table.
All joiner work in the living area is done in accordance with the best yacht practice, using first-grade materials. Teak with hand rubbed satin finish is used for the visible woodwork. Also non-visible woodwork is varnished, although not to the same finish.
Floorboards of oak faced plywood, providing access to the bilge. Topsides where visible lined with teak or alternatively white painted wooden battens.
Overhead lined with removable panelling. Cabinets, tables, bureaus, seats, dressers etc. have rounded corners. Doors, partitions and panelling are teak-faced plywood or foam. Self-engaging latches with bumpers to hold doors in open position. Hanging lockers are equipped with rods and hooks, and their doors are provided with louvres. Drawers are secured with latches. Handrails at entrance and in heads. Companionway ladder with non-slip steps.
All fixed berths have foam mattresses over Scandi-Flex battens. For double berths 12.5 cm, (5"), for single berths 7.5 cm (3") thick mattresses. Forward and aft cabin berths equipped with canvas leecloths. Textile covers with Velcro zippers for berths and settees. ESSMA upholstery on all mattresses; on sofas and settees Medea 145 Natur with 134 Mustikka piping. Curtains "Orient Occident Saba 10" for side windows and portholes.
Double berth with stowage under. Hanging lockers. Vanity desk with removeable stool with quick pin fitting. Large mirror.
L-shaped settee with table port side, table mounted on sliders. Settee and desk starboard side, lockers outboard.
Insulated and sheathed space for 3-burner gimballed stove, protected by stainless steel guard. Stailess steel sing (2 sinks) with hot and cold water. Front loading refrigerator (105 lt.) and top loaded fridge (63 lt). Counter tops of white Corian. Lockers and drawers for utensils. Worktop aft of galley.
White GRP lining up to wash basin level with Glacier white Corian wash basin and top, with mirror above. Hot and cold water mixer tap also serving shower.
Aft cabin port:
Double berth with stowage under. Large hanging locker. Upper lockers against topside aft. Extra: access to large stowage space between the two aft cabins.
Aft cabin starboard:
Extra: Additional aft cabin starboard side with single berth, one large locker and upper locker. Big stowage locker mounted inboard in starboard side aft cabin. Access to locker from cockpit and from port side aft cabin.
ENGINE & HYDRAULICS
Volvo Penta D2-55 marine diesel, output 39 kW, 53 HP with Saildrive with Flex-O-Fold 3-blade folding propeller, 18”.
Wet exhaust system with fiberglass silencer, discharge at transom.
Thermostat-controlled fresh water cooling with heat exchanger.
A separate heat exchanger for the consumable fresh water is included in the same circuit making hot water whenever the engine is running.
Seawater intake with strainer.
Discharge through exhaust system.
Maxpower VIP 150 with 2 batteries charged by 25 Amp charger or splitter on service alternator. Control buttons on deck aft of starboard steering wheel.
PLUMBING & VENTILATION
Sea water hoses of reinforced PVC tubing, fresh water hoses of nylon tubing. Stainless water tanks provided with baffles, inspection cover, sounding plug, and vent pipe.
Hot and cold pressure water with cold back-up foot pump in galley. Water capacity 500 ltr (132.0 US gallons), in stainless tanks with gauges. One filler line from deck terminating at valve chest under saloon floor. Tank vent pipes terminate at galley sink. Oras Single lever mixing faucets for washbasins and galley sinks. The consumable water can be heated either with engine cooling water, or optionally with a heating element working on AC. Hot water tank capacity 40 ltr (10.5 US gallons). Deck shower with hot and cold water, mounted under helmsman's seat.
Seawater spout with foot pump in galley. Deck wash using sea water, mounted in forepeak locker. Sea water is used for toilet flushing.
Raritan PHEII electric toilets (manual as back up) in forward and aft heads, salt water flushing (Extra instead of standard manual PAR toilets).
Sinks and wash basins: Galley sinks drained through sea cock. Washbasin and shower trays drained with electrical pumps to sea cocks.
Bilge pumps: Three manual Whale Titan 100 ltr/min (26 US gallons). One electric bilge pump. Outlets above waterline.
Toilets: Sea water for flushing. Y-valve for discharge either to holding tank or overboard. For forward toilet 60 ltr (15.8 US gallons) stainless holding tank, for aft toilet 48 ltr (12.6 US gallons). Holding tanks emptied by pump or deck suction.
Stainless steel three-burner gas stove with oven and grill, gimballed and provided with fiddles. Flame failure protection on burners.
Manual gas shut-off cock adjacent to stove. Remote controlled shut-off and leak detector near gas bottle with control switch and warning light in galley. Gas installation according to ISO 10239.
Battery driven refrigeration unit with separate thermostat control for refrigerator and freezer enabling freezer to be used as a refrigerator also.
Webasto Blue Cool Premium, 30.000 BTU/8,8 kw with one scroll compressor, revers cycle heating. In saloon 9.000 & 4.000 BTU, in forecabin 6.000 BTU, in aft cabin each 4.000 BTU. Temperature control in all cabins and saloon.
24V DC system:
One battery set 440 Ah, 5 hour rating, 24 V gelcell type for general service.
The engine has its own AGM starting battery with 46 Ah 12V
Batteries are located in ventilated box.
Extra voltage stabilizer for instruments including 2 x 12 V 10A batteries.
Red indicator light at helm, indicating bilge pump is on/off
Washing machine SOBA Babynova 1180 installed in galley
Reading lights Cantalupi Ragno chrome, one on each side on forward bulkhead in saloon
Navigation lights LED-type Aqua Signal series 32
Two reading lights over double berths, recessed halogen dome lights overhead. Outboard pointing overhead spotlights in port aft cabin, in saloon and in forward cabin. Indirect light over bookshelf in saloon, port side. Flexible chart light, and red night lights in galley and at navigation station. Separate entrance light.
Extra: Two additional bulkhead lights Cantalupi Time in saloon. Outside: Downward floodlight on forward side of mast, spreader lights, and Windex light. Compass light with dimmer, boom light. Navigation lights: Red and green side lights on pulpit. White stern light on pushpit. White bowlight on forward side of mast.
Extra: Lopolight tricolour LED on masttop.
The service batteries are charged by a 110 A alternator with three step regulation on the main engine, or a 50 A Mass battery charger working on AC. 60 A engine alternator for the starting batteries.
230V 25 A 50 Hz shore power inlet provided with polarity alarm, main switch, and land connecting cable. Outlets provided with earth fault protection. Inverter Mass Sine 24/2500 VA, 230 V, including transfer switch.
DC main panel: Switches of trip-free circuit type. Battery monitor of digital type displaying V, A, and Ah. Switches for interior and navigation lights. Fuel tank level gauge with selector switch. Water tank level gauge with selector switch. In separate locker near main panel: Main switch and fuses. Earth fault test panel.
AC main panel: Switches of trip-free circuit type. Inverter selector switch.Main switch and fuses.
Cockpit panel: Main engine controls as per section 4.7. Switches for mast and boom lights, dimmer for compass.
2 SUUNTO 5" magnetic compasses, balanced for both northern and southern hemisphere, on steering pedestals.
Raymarine ST-60 sailing instruments:
Wind System A22005, wind transducer with longer carbon arm. Speed System A 22009 with speed and temperature transducer. Depth System A 22010 with two transducers (one at bow, one at stern) with switch in cockpit.
Graph Display E 22075.
Wind System display Close Hauled display Speed System display Depth System display Multi display (A 22003)
Compass display (A 22007) Multi display (A 22003) Raymarine portable SmartController (instruments, alarms and autopilot control), base unit mounted at nav station.
Multifunction display Raymarine E 120W mounted at nav station (new 2011) Multifunction display Raymarine E 90W mounted at StB pedestal (new 2011) Raymarine HD Radom HD Digital 18 inch (2011) Raymarine AIS Transceiver 500 (2011) Navtex/weather decoder MRD80, 12 V, at nav station.
NMEA-data port outlet for laptop andGSM-Antenna outlet at nav station.
VHF Simrad RS 87 at Nav station with external loud speaker Simrad LS 80 in cockpit.
VHF ICOM IC-M 31 VHF Midland Raymarine loudhailer & foghorn A 430 (new 2011) 2 Walkie-talkies (Allen)
TV SONY KLV S19 A10E 468x364 mm.
Radio/CD/DVD/MP3-player SONY MEX-R1 including converter and IPod-connection at navigation station.
Two B&W CCM50 loudspeakers in saloon. Two loudspeakers in cockpit Poly Planar MA-5104 with on/off switch in cockpit. 7.6 AERIALS (all extras)
Active antenna DELTA Pacific for VHF, TV, GSM, and AM/FM including antenna bracket, converter and windex.
Active radar reflector SEA-ME mounted on first spreader, control unit mounted at nav station.
AIS-antenna mounted on spreader (new 2011) 2 GPS-antennas (Plotter and AIS) mounted on pushpit (new 2011)
Raymarine S3G course computer corepack with internal rate gyro and AST including ST 7001 control head, type 3 hydraulic pump, bypass valve, hydraulic ram.
Quartz clock WEMPE and Barometer Wempe CW 000002. in saloon. Barograph "Meteograf" (Switzerland).
Rig and Sails
Spars built of extruded aluminium alloy sections painted white. Double spreader 15/16 fractional rig with discontinuous shrouds, and 20 degree swept spreaders. Wide shroud base.
Of oval section, with external stemball tangs and track for full-batten mainsail for Offshore Spars Leisure furling boom.
Tapered and welded masthead with two gennaker sheaves, two jib and one staysail halyard sheaves, one main halyard sheave and (extra) one additional main halyard sheave for the gangway.
Internal wiring secured to mast. Spreaders of aluminium alloy. Folding footsteps on mast, one pair Neoprene mast boot with Dacron cover over deck partners.
Of round Navtec rod. C550 rigging screws with stainless covers for main shrouds. Headstay with toggles at upper and lower end.
Aramid inner forestay and running backstays.
Offshore Spars' Leisure furl boom in white painted alumimum (extra instead of standard boom). Double ended main sheet led forward along boom.
Navtec: Boom vang with high-pressure return (Extra: larger vang Navtec N 30 instead of standard N22), tensioners for backstay legs, and mainsail outhaul (not used for Leisure furl). Single gauge System 50 central control panel in aft cockpit.
Ropes colour coded Spectra or polyester. Main halyard with screw shackle, second main halyard, jib and gennaker halyards, topping lift with snapshackles.
1 Double ended main sheet 2 Jib sheets 2 Jib car towing lines 2 Gennaker halyards (one utility) 2 Gennaker sheets 1 Gennaker tack line 1 Staysail halyard/lift 1 Jib halyard 2 Mainsail halyards 1 Reefing line for Leisure furl 1 Preventer
Recessed Harken furler with furling line led to cockpit utility winch.
Leisure Furl Mainsail 61 m², full batten, Spectra/Dyneema DWX, BiStar cut (Hood Germany 2006) Genoa 104% 53 m², Spectra/Dyneema DWX, BiStar cut, Sunshield (Hood Germany 2006)
Gennaker MPS Code 2, 155 m²,
Spinnaker-Nylon 1.5 oz, Tri-Star cut, colour gold (Hood Germany 2006)
Storm jib 19 m², Dacron heavy, colour orange (Reckmann 2006)
Sprayhood for main companionsway (sunbrella white 5020)
Canvans stowage bags for halyard each side of main entrance
Padded canvans stowage bag for cockpit table
Canvans cover for steering wheels and pedestals
Canvans cover for outboarder
Canvans cover for Navtec hydraulics on stern
Canvans cover for furling head sail
Sun protection sail over cockpit
Canvans cover for flag pole
Two canvans bags at pushpit
ACCESSORIES and MISCELLANEOUS
Four 16 mm mooring lines 20 m each.
Boat hook stowed in anchor locker.
Anchor light with cable and plug.
25 kg stainless DELTA anchor (Extra instead of standard 20 kg galvanized anchor) with 90 m stainless chain 10 mm (Extra instead of standard 50 m galvanized chain).
Extra: Second anchor Fortress FX-35 (14.3 kg) with 5 m chain spliced to 60 m 14 mm plaited nylon anchor line.
Extra: Two mooring lines Liros Handy Elastic 16 mm 14 m each; two mooring lines Gleistein Bavaria 20mm 10 m each (for marina), 50m towing rope, Ankarolina 35M x 25 mm Webbing 6 airfenders F 33 22-85 cm, 1 spherical fender, 1 Stern fender Extra: Foldable Carbon Gangway (Exit Engineering)
Winch handles: four 10", two of them double grip . Bosun's chair.
Flag pole. 9.5 SAFETY EQUIPMENT
Nautors Standard Equipment:
Fixed fire extinguisher in engine space with release handle at companionway.
Portable extinguishers in interior, one in galley, one forward.
Fire blanket in galley.
Two jackstays of webbing for side decks, one double for cockpit . Safety belts for navigator and cook.
EPIRB Liferaft AVON Modula Valise, vacuum pack, for 6 persons.
Life jackets: 3 Secumar Bolero 275 (1 of 2006, 2 of 2000), 2 AWN jackets (2006), 6 harnesses (4 of 2006, 2 of 2000) 1 Horseshoe Lifebuoy 1 Lifebuoy light 1 Inflatable Danbuoy 1 Rescue Sling 1 Rescue throw line 1 Set distress flares "Save.boat" fire extinguisher First aid equipment Binocular "Steiner-Sailing" Night vision monocular with infrared Handheld compass Set of code flags Various torches
1 litre gelcoat, hull and deck colour. 1/4 litre gelcoat, boot top colour. Catalyst for above. Interior varnish and catalyst.
Plumbing spare parts.
Engine spare parts.
Electric spare parts.
Engine tool kit Large set of various tools Various spare parts and equipment for maintenance Set of Volvo spare parts, impeller and filter
Tender Zodiac, footpumps, electric pump Tohatsu M 3.5
C-Map Max for East and West Mediterranean Various charts for East and West Mediterranean Various guides and pilot books for the Mediterranean Navigation tools 9.9 DIVING EQUIPMENT
"Freediver" deep snorkel system with electric compressor and 15 m pipes
Sounding rods for fuel and water tanks.
Suction lifter for floorboards.
Large cockpit table.
Small cockpit table.
NESPRESSO Espresso machine Complete set of plates, cups, mugs, bowls, glasses etc. (incl. some vintage dinnerware from the US Navy and the French Marine Nationale) Kettle, potts & pans, cuttlery etc.
Various kitchen equipment Set of courtesy flags for most countries of the Mediterranean Various berth equipment (blankets, cushions etc.)
Saloon decoration etc.
NOT INCLUDED IN SALE
Personal effects e.g. pictures and works of art.
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