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    £ 261,960
    listed price: 300.000 €Vat Included / Paid

    Nautor - Club Swan 42 for sale

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    Lightly used in her two ownerships, UXORIOUS III is a very well-specified example of this New Yacht Yacht Club one design performance cruiser racer.


    Well-presented and extremely well-specified with just two owners since new and very little use since 2009, Nautor Club Swan 42 hull No.9 UXURIOUS III features many significant optional extras over the standard Club Swan 42 building including:-
    Reckmann RS3000-S2 recessed carbon furler with dual-groove carbon foil
    Hall Spars hydraulic mast jack
    Holmatro hydraulic backstay system with twin carbon control panels
    Carbon helm wheels
    Harken 3-speed top-cleat racing primary winches
    220vAC system
    B&G Club Swan 42 Racing Pack with 4x 20/20 displays
    B&G Halcyo gyro compass upgrade
    Raymarine DSC VHF
    Quantum racing sail package in addition to original North Sails package

    With just 460hrs on her engine and well located for Med regattas, UXURIOUS III represents the perfect opportunity to step into this hugely successful one design fleet, or simply acquire a great example of a modern-generation performance Swan capable of both cruising and racing.


    The New York Yacht Club (NYYC) celebrated the launching of the first NYYC 42 in September, 2006, the ninth one-design class created by the club since 1900. Some 200 members and guests took part in the festivities at the NYYC’s Harbour Court clubhouse in Newport, RI, many of whom sailed aboard the boat.

    The boat is designed by Frers and built by Nautor’s Swan. Its introduction was unparalleled: 35 boats sold within the first six months, 25 to members.

    The concept was for a Corinthian one-design multipurpose yacht that will be very competitive as a one-design racer and also under IRC. The yacht is capable of racing and cruising locally as well as offshore. NYYC Rear Commodore David K. Elwell Jr., who spearheaded the project, said the boat is "one answer to the growing concern by Corinthian owners about the domination of professionals in the sport."

    Known as the "Swan 42" outside the club—is a powerful, state-of-the-art yacht, showing a high-aspect-ratio rig and T- keel. The LOA is 42.6 feet, the LWL is 37 feet, beam 12 feet, sail area 1,175 square feet and displacement is less than 13,986 lbs., of which 48 percent is ballast.

    The Swan 42 features two steering wheels, providing a better steering ratio and better feel; two accommodation plans are offered: a two- or three-cabin version.

    Keeping costs down, initially and over time, has been another consideration. To that end, boats will have an initial order of seven sails: a main, three spinnakers and three headsails. No more than three inshore and one offshore replacement sails are allowed each year, according to class rules. Further, while up to two professionals can race on a boat, they can’t steer and can’t be compensated for sailing on the boat except for the boat captain.

    Others working on the project include Chris Bulger, Gibb Kane, Sandy Vietor and Paul Zabetakis. Mick Harvey, who built several America's Cup yachts for Dennis Conner, was project manager and class measurer.

    Nautor’s Swan built a full-scale mock-up of the interior, including wood members that correspond to the ceiling height. This was helpful in determining the best use of available space. Building a full-scale mock-up is almost unheard of in a yacht of this size.

    The legendary yacht designer Nathanael Herreshoff, an honorary member of the NYYC, designed the Newport-30 class in 1896. Members who had seen or sailed in these Newport 30s went to "Cap'n Nat," and in 1900 the NY 70 became the first NYYC class. The famous NY30s followed as a Club class in 1905. (In 2005, this class celebrated its 100th Anniversary Regatta at the club’s Harbour Court facility. Seven of the 18-total yachts built made an appearance.) The NY57s came about in 1907, the 50s in 1913 and the popular 40s in 1916 (24 were built). In 1935, Olin Stephens, a member of the club since 1930, designed the NY32. Twenty three were built, and they were a very popular class in their day. In 1980, a group turned to Naval Architect Bill Cook who drew the lines of the NY36. Sixty were built. Three years before came the NY40 -- of which 21 were built. It remained a popular class at the New York Yacht Club for more than 25 years.

    The first NYYC 42 went to the Cahoots Syndicate—a longtime partnership of NYYC Commodore George R. Hinman Jr., Rear Commodore Elwell, Richard Werdiger and Donald Elliman. Like the previous yachts it was named Conspiracy.

    After one year, thirty-five boats were ordered and built with the delivery of the last dozen yachts due by December 2007. Today over 58 boats comprise the Swan 42 fleet. Boats have been sold in seventeen countries.


    RCD Status:
    Under understanding is that the vessel complies with the European Union Recreational Craft Directive and is categorised A – Offshore.

    Hull Construction:
    Infusion moulded E-glass / vinylester laminate with carbon reinforcements in selected areas
    Sandwich with closed cell foam cored hull, with higher density foam in bottom and slamming areas
    Fibre reinforcements are multiaxial and unidirectional.?
    Structural bulkheads are of veneered sandwich construction or marine grade waterproof plywood.
    Watertight bulkhead at bow, drained fore peak.?
    Bottom stiffeners reinforced with unidirectional carbon and multiaxial glass fibre in selected areas
    GRP engine beds
    Stainless chainplate deck fittings
    Topsides gelcoat, white hull with RAL 5003 black stripes
    Single-point lift
    Epoxy coated underwater sections

    Deck & Superstructure Construction:
    Infusion moulded E-glass vinylester laminate sandwich deck with glass skins and closed cell foam core.
    High density core or compact laminate under winches and deck hardware as appropriate.
    Single colour white gelcoat with moulded in non-skid

    Keel & Rudder:
    T-keel, steel fin with Antimony alloyed lead bulb and with upper flange recessed into hull.
    The fin is bolted to hull with high tensile steel bolts
    Fin epoxy coated and faired to class tolerances
    Foam filled rudder blade of GRP from female mould


    Engine & gearbox:
    Volvo Penta D2-40 4-cylinder naturally aspirated 40hp diesel engine
    Volvo 130S Sail drive gearbox
    Fresh water engine cooling via raw water intake and heat exchanger
    Morse single lever throttle/gear lever

    Service & Maintenance:
    Engine hours – approx. 460 as of January 2018
    Date of last engine service – November 2017

    Propulsion & Steering:
    2-blade 17’’ racing folding propeller
    An aluminium quadrant, wire steering with chain and sprocket.
    The rudder bearings are self-aligning.
    Roller bearing sheaves
    Twin composite pedestal integrated with cockpit sole.
    Twin carbon steering wheels 935mm
    Lightweight aluminium emergency tiller.


    Voltage systems:
    12vDC primary domestic system with 12vDC starting circuit and AC via 220vAC shorepower or inverter

    Battery Banks:
    2 x 12v 160Ah AGM batteries for services
    1 x 12v 50Ah Starting battery

    Charging / Inverter:
    Mastervolt combi 12/2000-100 inverter charger with 2kw inverter and 100Amp 3-step battery charger.
    Mastervolt Mass inverter charger controller at DC panel
    Mastervolt AC-Power Analyser at DC panel

    12v 115A engine mounted alternator

    Marinco 30Amp 220vAC 50Hz shore power socket in cockpit


    Fresh Water:
    Pressurised fresh water supply via 12vDC pressure pump
    Hot water produced by engine-driven calorifier or via immersion heater element in 20 litre well-insulated hot water tank.
    Oras single lever mixing faucets
    Back-up foot pump for fresh water

    Black & Grey Water:
    Y-valve in forward head, overboard discharge or holding tank.
    Manual toilet discharging to holding tank.
    Grey water discharges overboard

    Bilge Pumps:
    12vDC electric bilge pump
    2x manual bilge pumps


    140 litres fuel capacity in 2x polyethylene tanks
    Analogue fuel tank gauge at DC panel

    Fresh Water:
    320 litres in polyethylene tanks
    Analogue water tank level gauge at DC panel

    Holding Tanks:
    55 litre flexible blackwater holding tank.
    Tank emptied by hand pump or deck suction


    B&G Club Swan 42 Racing Pack consisting of Hercules CPU processor, vertical carbon wind transducers, flush-mounted speed and depth transducers, Halcyon Gyro ACP2, Halcyon 2000 compass, heel angle sensor
    barometric Pressure Sensor.

    In Cockpit:
    2x B&G H3000 FFD multi-displays at companionway
    4x B&G H3000 20/20 displays at mast with carbon bracket
    1x B&G H3000 analogue magnified wind display
    2x Suunto magnetic steering compasses

    At Chart Table:
    1x B&G H3000 GFD NMEA multi-display

    Communications Equipment:
    Raymarine Ray54E VHF with DSC
    Simrad VHF speaker in cockpit


    Two-burner alcohol stove with oven, protected by stainless steel guard
    Stainless steel double sinks with hot & cold pressurised fresh water tap
    Formica counter tops and sink cover
    Drawer and lockers
    12vDC 105 litre capacity top loading refrigerator with drain valve.
    Garbage bin

    Jabsco manual marine heads
    Hot & cold pressurised shower


    Summary of Accommodation:
    Up to 10 berths in 3-cabins plus one heads.
    The interior is finished in teak with satin white painted bulkheads,
    Plywood floorboards covered with bamboo veneer.

    Accommodation layout from Forward:

    Forward Cabin:
    Forward owner’s cabin with double berth with storage under.
    All the bed structure can be removed for racing
    Reading lights above the berth
    Locker with shelves and doors
    Shelves on hull side

    Forward Heads:
    Moulded counter with inset sink and hot & cold pressurised shower fitting
    Mirrored lockers
    Manual marine heads
    Teak floor grating with 12vDC pump-out for shower

    The saloon has a folding leaf table inside of which is located the hydraulic mast jack.
    Settee backrests fold up and convert into Pullman berths, storage behind backrests, tanks are below settees.

    L-shaped galley with stowage in cupboards and lockers
    Gimballed stove
    Twin sinks
    Top-opening fridge

    Chart Table:
    Forward facing chart table with upholstered seat
    Panel for navigation and communications equipment
    AC & DC panel

    Aft cabins:
    Double berth
    Stowage under berth
    Shelf on hull side
    Hanging locker in starboard side cabin
    Locker with shelves in port side cabin


    Hall Spars one-piece seamless carbon fibre main spar
    Deck-stepped mast with two sets of swept-back spreaders
    Antal mainsail luff track to accept either a boltrope or sliders
    Black-painted aluminium boom
    Recessed Reckmann RS3000-S2 carbon genoa furler with dual groove carbon foil
    Carbon fibre retractable bowsprit system in waterproof garage design from Hall Spars
    Navtec stainless steel rod standing rigging
    Aramid backstay with Holmatro hydraulic backstay system with carbon control panel in cockpit
    Rod vang with block & tackle adjustment
    German mainsheet system
    Harken full-width cockpit mainsheet track with traveller adjustment
    Single-line mainsail reefing with 2-reefs
    Harken genoa sheet tracks adjustable from cockpit
    Single-line jib inhauler system
    Twin spinnaker halyards
    Hall Spars hydraulic mast jack
    Spinlock jammers
    IG: 18,00 m, J: 4,98 m, P: 17,24 m, E,78 m, ISP: 19,19 m
    Fore triangle 45,08 mq,
    Main sail: 61,40 mq
    Jib: 47,80 mq
    Spinnaker: 185 mq

    2x Harken 53.2 2-speed self-tailing mainsheet winches
    2x Harken B530.3 3-speed top-cleating racing primary winches
    2x Harken 44.2 2-speed self-tailing halyard and control line winches at companionway

    Quantum Sails racing mainsail grey ds - 2007
    Quantum Sails Code 1 Grey Zip jib - 2007
    Quantum Sails Code 2 Grey Zip jib - 2007
    Quantum Sails Code 3 Grey Zip jib - 2007
    Quantum Sails Code 4 Grey Zip jib - 2007
    Quantum Sails A5 Aspi Grey Brick – 2007
    Quantum Sails Main B Grey Sausage - 2007
    Quantum Sails Code 2 B Grey Zip - 2007
    Quantum Sails Code3 B Grey Zip - 2007
    Quantum Sails A2 Aspi Grey Brick - 2007
    Quantum Sails A4 Aspi Grey Brick - 2007
    Quantum Sails Storm Jib Grey DS - 2007
    Quantum Sails Trisail Grey DS - 2007
    North Sails 3DL training mainsail – 2007
    North Sails Code 1 jib – 2007
    North Sails Code 2 jib – 2007
    North Sails Code 3 jib – 2007
    North Sails Code 4 jib – 2007
    North Sails Code 1 A-sail - 2007
    North Sails Code 2 A-sail - 2007
    North Sails Code 4 A-sail - 2007
    North Sails Dacron storm jib – 2007
    North Sails Dacron trysail - 2007

    The pushpit, pulpit and stanchions are of stainless steel.
    The life lines are 600 mm high, with lower life lines at minimum ISAF/ORC height.
    There is one pair of mooring cleats at bow.
    Built-in GRP foot chocks for helmsman/tactician and mainsheet trimmer and built-in GRP foot chocks at centerline in cockpit.
    Boarding ladder aft
    Stainless steel grab rails on coachroof
    Deck stowage on foredeck and in lazarette
    Lockers for storage in cockpit coamings on both sides
    Locker for storage in port side aft coaming
    Life raft stowage on deck at companionway (GRP cover)
    Lewmar deckhead hatches
    Boat storage cradle

    Anchoring & Mooring:
    Mooring lines

    Covers, Cushions & Canvas:
    Mast and boom covers
    Canvas cover for steering wheels
    Forestay cover


    General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.

    Folding padeyes for harness attachment in cockpit
    Navigation Lights:
    Red/green LED lights on pulpit
    White stern LED light on pushpit
    Steam light / deck light on forward side of mast

    Remote control fire extinguisher in engine space

    Lying Marina di Carrara, Tuscany, Italy

    Available to view strictly by appointment

    Office Hours Mon- Fri 0900 – 17.00
    Saturday by prior appointment

    For more information or to arrange a viewing please contact us.

    Please Note: Due to the varying locations of our yachts, your travel time and the distances that may be involved, we recommend that you only make arrangements to view if you are actively considering purchase.

    Lead Broker: Michele Antonini – Grabau International (Italia)
    Tel: +39 333 74 89 281
    Email: - Email address removed -
    £ 261,960
    Category:Sailing Boats
    Model:Club Swan 42
    Mooring Country:Italy
    Year built:2007
    Sales status:available
    LOA:12.95 m/42 ft
    Length:12.95 m/42 ft
    Width:3.93 m/13 ft
    Draft:2.7 m/9 ft
    Category:fin keel
    Engine manufacturer:volvo d2-40 40hp
    Engine hours:460
    No. of cabins:3
    No. of berths:10
    ModelClub Swan 42Tank capacity140
    Hull typee-glass sandwhichDesignergerman frers
    Waterline length11.27 meters
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