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Swan 44mkII for sale:

VERITAS

Originally named GALIBI, this Swan 44mkII started out in the Nautor's Swan charter fleet for 5 years based in the Caribbean in the winters and Newport, RI in the summers. The second owner sailed her primarily on the Chesapeake Bay before the present owner, of now VERITAS, purchased her in 2005.

This owner then equipped VERITAS for and consequently completed a circumnavigation. Upon returning to the US he continued sailing VERITAS with his young family on the Chesapeake Bay in the summers and laying her up in the winters.

The owner is now ready to move up to his next yacht and wants VERITAS sold. The lower than normal asking price reflects the present condition VERITAS is in.

  • Year:

    1996
  • Model:

    Swan 44mkII
  • Location:

    Galesville - Maryland - USA
  • Price:

    $ 179,000 USD

Swan 44mkII Specifications

  • Model:
    1996 Swan 44mkII
  • Hull Number:
    44.124
  • LOA:
    44 ft 1 in
  • Beam:
    13 ft 8 in
  • Draft:
    7 ft 2 in
  • Displacement:
    24300 lbs
  • Ballast:
    8400 lbs
  • Keel:
    Fin
  • Engine:
    Volvo Penta MD22

    For enquries please contact:

    Keith Yeoman - Swan Brokerage

    Keith Yeoman

    Yeoman Yachts

    T: +1 401 846 1090

Hull

Solid fiberglass hull using polyester resin

Bottom treated with epoxy primer, painted with black bottom paint 2021.

Reinforcement includes internal stiffeners over foam core

Structural bulkheads are marine grade, waterproof, ply

White, NGA 2000, gel coat

Blue, NGA 7007, sheer and waterline stripes

Fin keel with bulb

Spade rudder with stainless steel stock

Cable steering with chain drive to an aluminum quadrant

44" stainless steel wheel on a pedestal with elkhide wheel cover 

Stainless steel crash bar over pedestal

Recessed transom with swim platform and stainless steel boarding ladder.

Deck

Closed cell foam cored, fiberglass deck with original teak overlay (needs replacing) 

White, NGA 2000, gel coat

Blue, NGA 7007, coaming stripe

Single cockpit with single companionway entrance

Stainless steel stem head fitting with single anchor roller

Lewmar V3 anchor windlass with hand held remote control with capstan for rode and chain (2017)

Stainless steel, partially split, bow rail with teak seat

Stainless steel stern rail

Stainless steel stanchions

Stainless steel stanchion gates port and starboard

Stainless steel hand rails on coachroof

1 x dorade box fwd of mast with 2 cowl vents and stainless steel protection bar over

Aluminum anodized toe rails

Large starboard side cockpit locker with 28 cubic feet of storage. Shelf outboard and line storage bar

Zodiac 6 person liferaft in cannister with canvas cover stored on deck in cradle

Propane tank locker under helm seat aft for two tanks

3 x pair of 12" mooring cleats

Hatch access to large forepeak locker fwd

7 x deck hatches for ventilation

6 x opening ports in coachroof

Sheeves and line stoppers for running rigging led aft

Genoa tracks with 2 adjustable fairleads on each track

Mainsheet track with upgraded Harken traveler controls

Bimini

Dodger

Outboard bracket on stern rail

Winches

All Harken

2 x B56.2, ST, 2 speed, chrome, primary

2 x B48.2, ST, 2 speed, chrome, secondary

2 x B48.2, ST, 2 speed, chrome, halyard

General Arrangement

Accomodations

Sleeps 7. Two in each of the two sleeping cabins and three in the main saloon. Two heads. Interior furniture is either solid teak, teak laminates or veneered teak over Marine ply with a varnished and hand rubbed finish. Teak and holly cabin sole. Removable vinyl covered overhead panels. Alcantara teal blue ultra suede upholstery in the saloon.

Forepeak

Accessed from the fwd deck hatch only. Separate compartment for anchor chain and rode.

Forward Cabin

"V" berth with insert to make a double. Shelves port and starboard. Two fans. Bug screen and night time screen under hatch. Hanging locker and cupboard aft to starboard.

Forward Head

Aft of the forward cabin on the port side. Single fiberglass unit to waist height then varnished teak above. Jabsco manual head. Pressure hot and cold water. Telephone type shower. Shower curtain and mirror. Headroom 5.94'.

Main Saloon

Located aft of the forward cabin and head. "L" shaped settee to port with pilot berth outboard. Straight settee to starboard with lockers and shelving outboard. Fixed table on the centerline with folding leaves port and starboard. Batteries stored inside the table with battery box vented to the mast. Custom glassware and dishware cabinet. Liquor locker. Lee cloths for each bunk.

Navigation Station

Aft of the saloon on the starboard side. Forward facing. Hanging wet locker aft.

Galley

Opposite the chart table and aft of the saloon. "U" shaped. White Corian counter tops. 2 stainless steel sinks near the centerline. Side load 12 volt Isotherm fridge. Top load 12 volt Isotherm freezer. Force 10, 2 burner, propane stove with oven. Drawers and lockers. Pull out trash can on rollers. Hella turbo fan. LG microwave/toaster behind starboard settee. 

Aft Cabin

Aft of the galley on the port side. Double berth with filler. Lee cloth. Shelves, locker and hanging locker outboard.

Aft Head

Aft of the chart table on the starboard side. Jabsco head. Single white fiberglass unit to waist height then teak above. Pressure hot and cold water. Telephone type shower.

Engine Space

Located under the companionway stair. Additional access from the aft cabin.

Engine

Volvo Penta MD22 fresh water cooled engine (partial rebuild in 2008)

Volvo saildrive (complete rebuild in 2011) 

Flexible mounts

Drip tray integral with engine bed

Internal engine room sound insulation

Engine control panel at helm station with tachometer and gauges

Single lever engine throttle and gear shift

Engine space ventilation blower with thermostat control

Seapar 2000 water separator with water in oil indicator

Wet system exhaust with GRP silencer with ant-syphon loop

Two blade Volvo propeller

Plumbing and Ventilation

2 x water tanks with level gauges (100 gallons total)

Hot and cold pressure water in heads and galley

Isotemp water heater, 5.3 US gallons, operated either with shore power electricity or engine heat exchanger (2017)

Spectra Catalina 300 water maker (located under forward bunk) 

Back up fresh water foot pump at galley

Hand mixing faucet at each head sink, galley sink and both showers

One fresh water fill on deck

Fresh water manifold for tank selection

Fresh water tanks vent to galley sink

Seawater spout at galley with foot pump

Seawater used for head flushing

All sinks drain to seacocks

Shower pans drain via electrical pump to seacocks

2 x manual bilge pumps, 1 in cockpit, 1 below deck

1 x submersible electric bilge pump

Jabsco manual heads

Holding tank with "Y" valve aft with 13 US gallon capacity

Deck shower, hot and cold fresh water

Pressure sea water anchor wash

Electrical

12 volt DC system with breaker panel at nav station

110 volt AC system with breaker panel at nav station

Lifeline AGM house batteries

Lifeline AGM engine start battery

Magnatronic DCC 4000 battery control system

1 x 50' white Hubbel shore power cords

30amp 125volt shore power deck connector

AC breaker panel in cockpit locker

Mastervolt transformer isolator

110 volt outlets through the boat

Freedom Marine 20 battery charger 2000 watt/100amp

Twin Balmar 100A alternators 

TV

Electronics

At Nav Station:

Autohelm tri data depth/speed

Shipmate RS8300 VHF

Portable West Marine VHF

At Cockpit:

Raytheon C70 screen

Suunto compass (needs alcohol)

ST8002 Autohelm autopilot

Autohelm ST60 wind, speed, depth, multi

Rigging

Aluminum anodized Nautor mast with double spreaders

Aluminum anodized Nautor boom

Stainless steel rod rigging

Hydraulic backstay and boom vang

Harken roller furling for headsail

Sails

Most by North

Mainsail, heavy Dacron, full batten with Harken Batt Cars and 2 reef points (2006)

130% roller furling headsail, Dacron (2006)

Storm jib

Storm trisail (2007)

Gennaker (2004)

Additional Equipment

Magma BBQ grill

Sony radio/CD player

3 winch handles

Disclaimer

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.

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Keith Yeoman

Yeoman Yachts

T: +1 401 846 1090

E: keith@yeomanyachts.com

Yeoman Yachts LLC

Newport, Rhode Island, United States

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