The Swan 601 is a high performance racer cruiser that is as competitive today as when the first boats were launched in 2004. Full carbon construction utilizing SPRINT technology has kept the displacement to a very modest 18,000 Kg despite the full cruising interior in classic Nautor’s Swan styling.
Lorina has recently returned to Europe and was the third Swan 601 to be delivered. Currently lying in Marseille and available to visit by appointment.
HULL & APPENDAGES
The hull is of built in a female mould using unidirectional carbon fibre Sprint layers vacuum bagged and oven cured.
Foam cored topsides and single skin underwater.
Structural bulkheads are of Nomex honeycomb cored carbon fibre epoxy pre-preg construction.
Stiffeners are carbon lay-ups with unidirectional flanges and double bias webs.
Engine beds are of CFRP with steel inserts.
Flotation reference marks at bow and stern.
Bottom treated with epoxy primer for improved blistering resistance, and antifouled.
Sea cocks of plastic for all through-hull connections below waterline, closing flush with outside and located in accessible positions.
Faired using long boards and epoxy primer, white painted
Boot and cove stripes dark blue
Faired using long boards and coated with white antifouling paint
Racing keel with narrow steel fin and lead bulb.
Keel bolts are of high-tensile stainless steel.
Fin CNC machined from high-tensile stainless steel.
Bulb and Fin faired using computer cut templates.
Dual steering gear, sheaves provided with guards to prevent jamming.
Lightweight steering quadrant bolted to rudder stock.
Two 1.2 m destroyer type carbon fibre wheels, 1.7 turns H.O to H.O.
Pedestals with roller bearings and friction brake.
Emergency tiller stowed in lazarette.
Foam filled rudder blade with carbon fibre skins and stock, supported by two self-aligning bearings.
The ergonomic design on deck ensures the clean, sleek lines of the boat are unbroken and adds to her capacity for high-speed sailing.
Deck is of carbon fibre Sprint sandwich construction with foam core, vacuum bagged and oven cured.
Glued deck/hull joint.
High-density core under deck fittings.
Laid teak 6 mm nominal thickness when new, on side and bridge deck, cockpit sole and seats, glued and vacuum bagged without screws. 30mm toe rail forward of chainplates.
Deck surfaces are painted in awlgrip white
Rollers for three pairs of forward stanchions.
Fairleads integrated into stanchions.
Three removable Aluminium mooring cleats, one forward and two aft.
Pulpit, pushpit and lifeline stanchion 640 mm high of stainless steel.
Socket for flag pole.
Composite mast collar.
Stemhead fitting and chainplates
Stemhead fitting for asymmetric spinnaker and code 0.
Carbon fibre chain plates bonded to hull and to reinforced structural knees.
Hatches And Windows
Hinged fore deck hatch to deck stowage Flush hinged sail hatch and openable deck hatches of composite construction.
Flush side windows.
Main companionway lockable sliding hatch of tinted acrylic with sliding drop-board.
Aft deck hinged GRP hatch to lazarette.
The lazarette is separated with a watertight bulkhead from the interior.
Open stowage in lazarette with separate locker for LPG tanks.
Primaries: 2x Carbon 80 3-speeds with overdrive box
Centre removable pedestal.
Mainsheet: Carbon 80 3-speed with over drive box
Center mainsheet pedestal clear coated and twisted carbon
2 x Secondary winches: 68/ 3 speeds carbon self tailing
2 x Halyard winches: 68 / 2 speed carbon self-tailing
2 x Traveller winches: 44 / 2 speed aluminum self-tailing
Anchoring and Mooring
Lewmar V5 removable anchor windlass.
On the port side of the bow is a removable SS anchor roller
One Fortress FX85 (20 kg) anchor, stowed below deck.
10 m of 10 mm (3/8") high-tensile anchor chain.
100 m of 25 mm plaited nylon anchor line.
Four mooring lines.
Six air fenders with lines.
One boat hook stowed below.
Portable anchor light
Interior joinery is finished in hand rubbed satin varnished teak
Lightweight sandwich floorboards with teak on top surface
Full spare set of laminated plywood floorboards for racing mode.
Topsides where visible lined with varnish teak battens
Overhead lined with removable panelling.
Opening deck hatches are fitted with roller blinds and mosquito screens
Upholstery - spring mattresses for fixed berths and thick foam mattresses for pipe berths.
Textile covers with Velcro zippers for berths and settees
Double berth on centre the bed and drawers are all completely removable for racing
Seats either side aft of berth On the starboard side is a vanity desk unit with mirror under the lid and a removable stool. Hanging locker aft of vanity unit. Watertight collision bulkhead forward of the bed.
Ensuite head with integrated shower, teak grating on floor, washbasin, mirror, storage lockers and marine WC
L-shaped settee in saloon on port side with teak finished dining table
Settee (berth) on starboard side. Cushion / headboards on the forward bulkhead both sides. Locker with acrylic shelves for bottles and glasses on starboard side of saloon, aft of which is a wet locker.
Carbon companionway steps.
L-sofa in saloon on port side. Settee (berth) on starboard side. Cushion / headboards on the forward bulkhead both sides. Locker with acrylic shelves for bottles and glasses on starboard side of saloon, aft of which is a wet locker. Black covers for chain-plates. Carbon saloon table with two teak removable chairs.
Carbon companionway steps.
26 inch LCD TV on the starboard side (runs off the invertor) – this is also removable for racing.
Sony stereo with CD changer and speakers in saloon and cockpit
2 x overhead carbon hand rails. Ocean Air blinds on overhead hatch.
Guest / Day washroom area
Aft of the saloon on starboard side a door leads to the guest / day head area which is fitted out with a stainless Wash-basin, mirror, shower, lockers, teak floor gratings and a Tecma marine WC
Located aft of the saloon on port side in the passage to the aft cabin.
The galley has ample work space and storage. The work tops are Corian
There is an insulated and sheathed space for stove with extractor hood over. Equipment includes:-
Four burner Force 10 gas stove with oven, gimballed and provided with fiddles.
Stainless steel sinks. Garbage container.
Front loaded refrigerator and a top loaded freezer (both DC driven)
Lockers behind sinks with plate racks for draining and storage.
Quooker ST, 800 W 230 V installed in galley for instant hot water
Aft of the galley to port and aft of the guest head on starboard a doorway leads into the two aft cabins.
Each cabin has: a twin V berth and also a “pipe cot” over with an adjustable rope tackle system attached to the hooks in the ceiling; also a seat and lockers. There is a removable panel for starboard cabin to make it private from the chart area (which is between the two cabins)
The chart table is situated on the centre line between the two aft cabins and faces forward.
Carbon fibre bulkhead panel behind the nav-seat, provided with shelves.
Instruments and radios, including B&G Hercules 2000, VHF, Iridium, Plotter and PC
ENGINE & SYSTEMS
Volvo Penta D2-75 marine diesel engine, 53 kW (70 HP) at 3000 RPM with Sail Drive 150 S
Flexofold 2 blade racing type folding propeller
Engine space internally sound insulated, fire resistance meeting SOLAS B-15 requirements.
Propeller area sound insulated.
Shut-off valves for each fuel tank.
Fuel valve chest with return valve for each tank.
Fuel filter/water separator with water alarm on feed line to engine.
Tanks are vented to deck edge.
Fuel tanks are of 2 x plastic and one stainless, and provided with baffles, inspection covers, sounding plug, and vent pipes. Total fuel capacity 316 litres
Fresh-water: 100 us gallons 380 litres
One holding tank aft
Hot water tank 22 litres (5.8 US g).
Sea water hoses of reinforced PVC tubing.
Fresh water piping of nylon and copper tubing.
Water tanks of plastic.
Shower sump tanks are of plastic.
Galley spout with foot pump for salt water.
Freshwater systemWater can be heated either with engine cooling water or with a heating element working on AC.
Two fillers port and starboard. Water tank level gauges. Tank vent pipes terminate at galley sink.
Single lever mixing faucets type Oras for washbasins, galley sinks, and showers.
Water-maker Sea Fresh Ocean 400 (removable for racing) 30 litres per hour. 24v
Sinks and wash basins Galley sinks drain through sea cock. Wash basins and showers drain to sump tanks.
Sump tanks are emptied by electrical pumps.
Toilets Toilets using salt water for flushing, and discharging to holding tanks or direct overboard with level indicator. Holding tank (aft) emptied by electrical pump or deck suction line.
6 x Hella Turbo fans: 2 in the forward cabin, 2 in each of the aft cabins.
Two hand pumps 100 litres / minute (26 USg). Outlets above waterline.
One electric bilge pump in main sump.
50 amp shorepower system
Westerbeke generator 3.5 BCDT 50 hz
Water heater, 1 kW
Service battery charger, 50Amp
Outlets, provided with earth fault protection switch
Larger battery capacity 490Ah, instead of standard 350Ah
24 V DC system with insulated return. Wires are dimensioned to minimise voltage drop.
230V AC is a three-wire system.
A lightning protector on the masthead is connected with heavy cable to a keel bolt. The service batteries are charged by an 80 Amp alternator on the main engine or by a 50 Amp shore powered battery charger with automatic regulation.
The main engine starting batteries are charged by a separate 55 A engine alternator.
2 x boom lights, one over forward cockpit table and one at aft end of the boom.
Indirect light, in owner’s cabin under bunk.
Interior down lighters in all cabins.
Saloon and forward cabin lights have dimmer switches.
Lopo LED navigation lights (including tri colour).
Mastervolt 75A charger
B&G Hercules 2000 system including
Paddle wheel speed
5 x FFD displays – one at chart table and four outside (2 aft by the helms and 2 at the forward end of the cockpit).
2 x analogue wind displays
5 x 20/20 repeaters on mast
Halcyon Gyro compass
B and G Loadcell pin
C120 colour radar plotter at nav station
B&G auto pilot, type 3 drive unit. Control panel by the port helm. System is removable for racing.
Simrad AP27 control head with plug-in GRP box in port side of cockpit.
Second plug for auto pilot at companion way inside boat.
Debeg 4422 DGPS (is the same as a Leica unit)
SUUNTO 135 mm magnetic compasses, one on each steering pedestal.
Hewlett Packard desk top computer with HP 1750 15” screen and a keyboard.
B and G Race Vision with –1 x wireless screen for repeating of B and G race vision
SSB Icom digital receiver (only) into PC
Furuno FM2721 DSC VHF at the chart table
Iridium fixed handset to nav station
MAST & RIGGING
Hall Spars mast and spars built of carbon fibre and painted white
Double spreader semi-fractional rig with discontinuous shrouds and 20 deg. swept spreaders.
One carbon fibre spinnaker poles and one carbon fibre jockey pole.
Dimensions:IG = 23.75 m 77.92 ft. Fore triangle 80.6 m² 868 sq.ft. J = 6.79 m 22.28 ft. Main sail 122.2 m² 1315 sq.ft. P = 23.60 m 77.43 ft. 107% jib 86.3 m² 929 sq.ft. E = 8.37 m 27.46 ft. Spinnaker 290 m² 3124 sq.ft.
ISP= 23.845 m
Of oval section, with external track / luff groove for mainsail, and trysail track.
Tapered masthead with 2:1 main halyard sheave.
Jib and spinnaker halyard sheaves.
Hall Spars’ burgee stick with fittings, moulded in the carbon masthead, (reach above top of mast)
Hall spars’ standard 5 display bracket:
The mast is stepped through the deck onto a carbon fibre mast step.
Tie rods from mast collar to step.
Spinnaker pole track
The racing headstay has a Tuff luff with twin groves for changing jibs.
Harken roller furling with furling line.
2 x Navtex four-function one-gauge System 50 central control panel with two-speed pump in aft cockpit for backstay, outhaul, cunningham, and vang.
Hydraulic mast jack with shims and removable manual pump.
EC Six standing rigging
Full inventory of running rigging available on request
Sprayhood for main companionway.
2 x wheel covers
Owner's Manual in English including manuals supplied by equipment manufacturers.
The Owner’s Manual contains directions for use, maintenance and winterising as well as drawings and diagrams for main systems.
Sounding rods for fuel and water tanks.
Two suction lifters for floorboards.
Plumbing spare parts. Engine spare parts. Electric spare parts.
Engine tool kit.
40 foot container which houses all sails, spares and rigging
Softex total flooding system for engine space with remote control at main companionway. Two portable extinguishers in interior.
Two webbing jackstays.
SAILS The letter at the end of sail description denoted generation of sail.
1 reef A
jib top A
Norths - UK
Norths - UK
Norths - UK
Norths - UK
Norths - UK
A5A with turtle
1 reef B
Norths - Sydney
Norths - Sydney
Norths - Sydney
Norths - Sydney
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