Specifications

Name: Kyknos
Builder: NAUTOR'S SWAN
Length: 45' 5" (13m)
Beam: 12' 11" (3.92m)
Year Built / Refit: 2002
Engines: 1 x Volvo Penta D2-55, 39 kW, 53 hp
Staterooms: 3
Flag: Italian
 
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Description

Swan 45 hull number one left Finland during the spring of 2002 and within two months was collecting silverware as the overall winner of the 50th Anniversary Giraglia Cup. She still has everything it takes to be competitive in the Swan 45 one-design class and is offered for sale at a very attractive price. The three-cabin layout offers accommodation for six guests. 

Detailed information

HULL 

Glass/vinylester laminate with carbon fibre reinforcements Sandwich topsides, single skin bottom

GRP engine bed

Colours hull gelcoat white/stripes gelcoat dark blue 7344

Composite mast step with movable shoe

Stainless steel chainplate deck fittings

Standard one design keel, templates control to tolerance 0

Antimony alloyed lead bulb and fin with upper flange recessed into hull

Fin bolted to hull with high tensile steel bolts.  Deep floors inside

400 kg weight adjustment by removable lead pigs of 50 kg each inside bulb

Foam filled rudder with carbon/epoxy stock

Aluminium quadrant. Vectran cable steering with roller bearing sheaves

White Anti-fouling below waterline

 

DECK

Teak laid deck and cockpit floor, glued and vacuum bagged

Sandwich with unidirectional laminates in pre-preg SPRINT and low-density foam core

Stowage for liferaft in cockpit locker and for gas bottle in portside coaming locker

Sliding entrance hatch garage flush with coachroof

Hot and cold deck shower

Harken aluminium tracks for jib sheets and mainsail sheets

Customized Main traveler system

Harken halyard lead blocks

Spinlock clutch

Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit and stanchions

600 mm high lifelines - 30 mm high teak toerail forward of mast

Composite mast collar

Handrails at sides of entrance hatch

Composite pedestal integrated with cockpit sole

Recessed carbon fibre steering wheel 0.9 turns H.O. to H.O.

Pop-up Versari Delmonte cleats, 2x Aft and 1x forward

Removable radar post on aft deck

Carbon chafe protection near cleats

Rope bags for halyards and sheets

 

WINCHES

• Primary winches 2 x Harken B560 TCR

• Winches for mainsail sheets Harken 2 x B56,3 STR

• Halyard Winches Harken 2 x B480 TCR, port side winch has electric motor fitted

Anchor Windlass

 

 

INTERIOR – 3 CABIN LAYOUT

 

Floorboards of sandwich construction, laid with teak

Lightweight overhead liner

Mosquito screens and blinds for deck hatches and mosquito screen for entrance hatch

Slipcovers for mattresses and settees

Additional aft cabin starboard

 

OWNERS CABIN

Double berth with stowage underneath

Foam mattresses over Scandi-Flex berth bottoms

Hanging locker and seat

 

HEAD

White, fibreglass module lower half with washbasin.

Water tap, shower, mirror and waste bin

“Y” valve in head

 

MAIN CABIN

Drop-leaf table

Lockers outboard on both sides

Settees along both sides

Settee backrests lift to make pilot berths on both sides

Radio/CD Sony cdx-mp 40 with 2 loudspeakers Poly-Planar 905 in

main cabin

Loudspeakers in cockpit, Sony XS-MP-61, with commuter

TV Color LCD Samsung 19”

Dvd reader

 

GALLEY

Gimbaled two burner stove with oven and stainless steel protection bar.

Two stainless steel sinks with fresh water tap

Corian Cameo White counter tops and sink covers

Drawers and lockers

Front loading 70 litre refrigerator

Top loading 60 litre refrigerator

Garbage bin

 

 

NAVIGATION

Chart table and seat with chart stowage under table top

Electronics recessed in panel above

Drawers under table

Oilskin locker

 

GUEST CABINS

Double berths with stowage underneath

Hanging lockers

 

ENGINE

Volvo Penta Marine Diesel D2-55, 39 kW, 53 HP at 3.000 RPM

Saildrive and 2-blade, folding, racing propeller

Aluminium 150 ltr fuel tank

Removable forward part of engine box

Inspection hatch

Engine control panel in cockpit

Weed cutter in front of rudder

 

PLUMBING AND VENTILATION

Composite sea cocks for all through hull fittings below waterline.

Sea water for toilet flushing.

Fresh water 150 ltr in one tanks

Pressurized hot and cold water. Back-up foot pump for fresh water.

Oras single lever mixing faucets.

Holding tank 60 ltr for forward toilet.

Manual toilets discharging to holding tank.

Tank emptied by hand pump or deck suction.

Two manual and one electric bilge pumps

Tank level indication for fuel and water.

Holding tank level indication.

Battery driven refrigeration unit

Exhaust blowers in galley and head.

Engine space air inlet from deck, outlet with blower to

transom.

Remote control fire extinguisher in engine space

Heating air system in each cabin

 

ELECTRICAL

12 V DC insulated return system for lighting and general service

Service battery of gelcell type

12 V 240 Ah at 5 hour rating in vented GRP box under saloon table.

Bottom of mast, shrouds and stays grounded to keel.

12 V outlet at chart table.

One reading light above each berth.

Recessed halogen dome lights overhead.

Flexible chart light and red night light at nav station.

Separate entrance light.

 

Navigation lights:

Red /green light on pulpit.

White stern light on pushpit.

White bowlight on forward side of mast.

Main switchboard 12 V DC outboard of chart table

130 A alternator with three step regulator for service and 60 A

alternator for starting.

 

INSTRUMENTATION

One Suunto magnetic compass, mounted on steering pedestal

Raymarine RL70 Radar/chartplotter at nav station

Brookes & Gatehouse autopilot

 

Brookes & Gatehouse Navigation instruments

Sensors:

42” Vertical transducer at head of mast

Paddle wheel speed sensor

Depth sounder transducer

Halcyon 2000 Fluxgate compass

Loadcell with amplifier 19 mm

CND 7” Colour plotter with GPS at navigation

Processors:

Hydra main processor

Repeaters:

1 NMEA FFD at chart table

1 CND at chart table

3 20/20 repeaters on mast

2 FFD in cockpit

Autopilot control in cockpit

1 360° repeater in cockpit

1 Magnified wind angle in cockpit

1 FFD at steering

Chartplotter 8’ at steering

 

COMMUNICATION

VHF Shipmate with masthead antenna and cockpit loudspeaker

Thrane & Thrane Mini-M Satellite phone/fax/data antenna

 

ENTERTAINMENT

Sony CD Changer connected to interior and exterior speakers

Loudspeakers in cockpit, Sony XS-MP-61, with commuter and steel protection

Samsung 20” LCD TV in Saloon

Samsung DVD Player

 

RIG

Carbon fibre, double spreader mast, 15/16 fractional rig, 20 degrees.

Carbon fibre spreaders.

1 x Hall Spars Spinnaker Poles

Carbon fibre boom

1 line for two reefs

Main sheet with double end

- 1 Carbon fibre spinnaker pole, track and tackle on mast with:

- 2 spinnaker guys Spectra 12 mm

- 2 spinnaker sheets with tweakers Spectra 8 mm

- 1 downhaul with double end Spectra 10 mm

Spinnaker halyards at mast head

Harken manual Genoa furler

Discontinuous shrouds Navtec rod. Deck turnbuckles Series 800

Combined mainsail luff groove and track system

Custom made inhauler system

Car puller system

Navtec A 320-MF-02, 2 speed, hydraulic panels, 2 pcs

24” hydraulic cylinder for the backstay

Quick release for backstay

Harken track for trysail

 

Windex with light at mast head, 2 coaxial cables

Many running rigging upgrades

I = 18.80 m 61.68 ft

J = 5.40 m 17,72 ft

P = 18,66 m 61.22 ft

E = 6.65 m 21.82 ft

SPL = 5.43 m 17.81 ft

 

 

 

GENERAL EQUIPMENT

This is a brief synopsis of a much larger and more detailed inventory

Owner's Manuals

16 kg DELTA anchor

80 m 10 mm anchor chain

Folding Carbon fibre gangway

Four rectangular fenders

6 Fenders

One boathook

Anchor light with cable

Four winch handles, two of these double grip

Two winch handle holders

Bosun's chair

Flag pole

Safety belts for navigator and cook

Gas bottle

Foam mattresses over Scandi-Flex battens.

Curtains for side windows

Handrails throughout

Canvas leecloths for berths

Engine spare parts

Engine tool kit

Removable sprayhood at companionway

Lazy jack, lazy bag with sun cover

 

SAFETY EQUIPMENT

Safety equipment ORC with horseshoe buoy mounted on pushpit

Fixed fire extinguisher in engine room with release handle at companionway

 

SAILS:

 

Mainsails

Year

Jibs

Year

Spis

Year

Mainsail ullman

 

Roller furling jib ullman

 

 

 

Delivery main north

 

Roller furling jib north

 

0.9

 

Storm main

 

#4 in

 

0.6

 

 

 

Code Zero

 

0.5

 

 

 

 

 

0.5

 

 

 

 

 

Cruising Gennaker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Price may be changed without notice.

Boat is offered subject to still being available.

The particulars are believed to be correct but not guaranteed