The Swan 77 was a response from Nautor’s for the discerning owner who required a larger sailing yacht. The performance enjoyed by the racing yacht owner became accessible to those who required a very high degree of interior comfort and accommodation.
German Frers and Nautor have achieved a very special yacht with remarkable speed and power. She has the accommodation of a larger cruising boat with the agility and handling of a thoroughbred, even with a smaller crew.
Callisto is presented in excellent condition having been based in Greece most of her life, she is very well maintained by a knowledgeable Captain and the owner has been keen to make sure that her maintenance is to “Swan” standard. The interior presents very well and her machinery and systems have been upgraded and well maintained. The asking price reflects the fact that the teak deck is original and viewing is recommended.
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The following is a list of refit and upgrades undertaken from 2009 to date;
New aft dodger, forward dodger, Bimini canvas all new 2014.
New mainsail cover 2010 and lazy jacks 2008
New covers for helm and binnacle 2009
Topside and hull is original gelcoat with yearly high polishing maintenance
Complete rig and mast dismounting in 2010 and all standing rod rigging replaced by Allspars UK, supplied by Navtec in nitronic steel.
New paint on mast and boom 2010 (Alex seal snow white, gloss)
All hydraulic rams (Vang, backstay inner fore stay) serviced by Navtec Greece 2010 and 2016
Reckmann hydraulic furler was fully serviced 2010 by Reckman Germany
New delrin ball bearings fitted to deck blocks in 2015
New Perspex to hatches throughout
Deck sanded and seams replaced (teak decking system) 2015/03
Interior varnish coats are done on a yearly base and remain in excellent top condition
All new Furuno FI 70 Colour Displays (10 in total) in forward and aft cockpits for navigation information 05/2016.
New Furuno AIS transceiver installed 05/2016.
New Furuno Radar DR 54 DL WI FI
New Furuno chart Plotter (in aft cockpit) TZTL 12 F multi-function display touch screen Wi Fi.
All above new instruments replaced the Raymarine instruments and include re-wired and full integration 05/2016
New service batteries 06/2011 800AH/24V with lead 2V Cells
New Radio Batteries 06/2011 400AH/24V 2V Cells
Skanti GMDSS VHF with handset at nav station and helm
Dinghy new 2014/05 RIBEYE 365 Aluminium Hull with 40HP/4stroke YAMAHA
New hydraulic motors and pumps for Harken Commander power pack 11/2016
One new HHF portable radio GMDSS McMUrdo 2014
All new halyards and sheets (Running rigging) 04/2012 Marlow 18mm – 16mm Dynema
Check Stays Kevlar Aramid replaced in 2010/04
INTERIOR AND SYSTEMS
New shower drain pumps Whale Gulper 2014.
All Sealand vacuum Pumps were fully serviced and all components replaced plus all intake and extraction pipes 03/2014. Extractor fans in engine room fully serviced 2010/11
New Service battery charger Victron 24V/80AH 05/2011
New sarvice battery charger/inverter Victron 24V/80AH/3000Watts 02/2012.
2 new televisions (Samsung flat screen 40”) in Crew mess and Saloon and Home Cinema installed in Salon (2012 crew 2015 Salon)
New Main engine fitted (Perkins 225 Sabre) complete with gear box ZF 2, 3/1 12/2009 Running hours today 2290
Gear box was re-replaced with new same as old 02/2013
New PSS Seal for propeller shaft and cutlass bearings 02/2015
Sea cocks serviced as required
Overhaul of fuel system together with engine replacement and complete fuel tank cleaning every second season.
All sea water hoses replaced throughout 2009
All mirrors through out the yacht have been replaced 02/2014
All interior Halogen lights replaced with LED.
New main engine exhaust line 2009
Racor fuel filters stripped and serviced yearly.
New fresh water pumps Telarini and pressure controllers Danfoss 11/2012
Generators were replaced
12KWA Fisher Panda brand new 12/2009 (running Hours Nov 2016 3768)
20KWA Fisher Panda with 30KWA brand new (running hours Nov 2016 1250) with new PTO for hydraulic Bow thruster (Lewmar retractable) 03/2011
Bow thruster was fully serviced 2013/11 and retracting ram replaced.
Anchor windlass Hydraulic motor replaced 06/2011 and fully serviced.
Main engine service alternator was replaced with new Bosch 24V/140AH 06/2016
All Salon Cushion Leather was replaced 04/2013 together with all curtains and sofa canvas covers.
Main engine turbo Charger was replaced with 2016/08.
Alpes Inox Gas Stove and extractor hood Replaced 11/2010 with new.
New refrigeration control units and compressors (replaced the single 220AC compressor) with two smaller units to allow running with inverter power 10/2013
New Dorade and mushroom vents
The hull is of single skin construction using glass/aramid hybrid fibre reinforced polyester laminate
A high proportion of the fibres are unidirectional, giving a stiff laminate with excellent strength and fatigue properties
A synthetic surface mat is applied after the gel coat for increased resistance against water penetration
Engine beds are of GRP with steel inserts
Hull colour is white Gel Coat
Hull stripes in blue
Bottom treated with epoxy and primed with antifouling.
The standard deep ballast keel is a lead casting with antimony
Cast-in keel bolts are of high tensile stainless steel
The mast is stepped through the deck onto a galvanised steel mast step.
Hydraulic hand pump and rams to adjust mast.
Tie rods from the mast collar to step.
RUDDER AND STEERING SYSTEM
Rudder of foam filled GRP with high strength stainless steel stock supported by two roller bearings.
Weed deflector in front of rudder
Cable steering gear and sheaves provided with guards to prevent jamming
Aluminium steering quadrant bolted to rudder stock
70” recessed destroyer type wheel
Pedestal with roller bearings and friction brake
Emergency tiller stowed in lazarette
Raymarine ST7000 autopilot at helm
THROUGH HULL FITTINGS
Sea cocks of Blake’s bronze for all through hull connections below the water line, finished flush with outside and located in accessible positions
Inboard side of sea cocks fitted with stud long enough to take two hose clamps
Extended transom (during original build) including two deck hatches and extra storage space under deck
Hinged swimming platform on transom operated by manual and hydraulic ram with extending insert for use as gang way.
Deck is of GRP sandwich construction with foam core and glued and through bolted to the hull
Teak deck including teak on forward and aft coaming
Teak hatch frame, sheet and halyard cleats
Laid teak battens on bridge deck, cockpit soles and seats
Winches are Harken
Deck gear (winches) were fully serviced and all ball bearings replaced 11/2015
Primary sheet winches 2 x Harken 1120 ST 3 speed Hydraulic and manual linked to removable pedestal.
Secondary sheet winches 2 x Harken 980.3 speed hydraulic, manual and grinder pedestal driven.
Mainsheet winch 1 x Harken 66.3 ST - top handle driven with hydraulic drive
Traveller control 2 x Harken 40.2 ST manual
Running backstays 2 x Harken 66.2 ST manual.
Genoa and main halyards 2 x Harken 66.2 ST hydraulic, manual two speed.
Spinnaker halyards 4x Harken 66.2 ST, 2-speed manual
Spinnaker pole lift 2 x Harken 53.2 ST manual 2-speed
Harken Commander Hydraulic power pack Hydro 8 4V power pack to drive hydraulic system
Semi recessed anchor windlass Lewmar with above deck drum vertical for mooring line handling driven from the Harken power pack.
Deck fittings for spinnaker and jockey pole
Recessed stainless steel Genoa T-tracks
Screw-in fittings for additional sheeting possibilities (including five sockets and four removable blocks)
Recessed stainless steel staysail T-tracks
Foot block at forward end of genoa tracks for car adjustment
Two sets of spinlock Jammers
One additional pair of fairleads on the stern
Fixed stainless steel radar post at transom
One winch handle holder on mast, two in aft cockpit
Teak toe rail with open roller fairleads forward, amidships and aft
16” Aluminium mooring cleats two on foredeck, two amidships, four aft.
Pulpit, pushpit and lifeline stanchions of stainless steel with bases bolted through deck
Pulpit with removable rail and equipped with seat
Gates in lifelines each side amidships
Socket for flagpole on pushpit
Cradle for one twelve-man life raft on deck fwd. of mast.
Hood for companionway hatch, Dorade ventilation boxes, lazarette and cockpit stowage hatches
HATCHES AND WINDOWS
Goiot hatches - all lenses new as required.
Two Goiot Cristal hatches to forward toilet
Two deck prisms
Large Goiot hatch for crew cabin access
Four Goiot hatches to forward guest cabin toilet and galley
One Goiot hatch to saloon (hinged on fwd. edge)
Four Goiot hatches on coaming at centre cockpit
Two Goiot hatches in centre cockpit starboard side at station 7.2
One Goiot hatch on bridge deck (flush mounted hinged on aft edge)
Two storage lockers in aft cockpit port and stbd coaming
Two hatches to lockers at main entrance (starboard locker insulated)
Two lockers under aft cockpit seats
Two hatches in helmsman seat
Two hatches to lazarette storage area
Recessed shore power intake with a hatch
Recessed electric windlass with single gypsy and rope drum
Hand control with 3.5m cable
Chain locker with hatch
MISCELLANEOUS AND GENERAL
Vang quick release
Stainless steel bar as foot support in the aft cockpit (removable)
Stainless steel plate on deck as protection for anchor chain
Steering wheel with double spokes
Deck fittings for harness attachment
Outboard brackets with stainless steel protection
All joiner work is done in accordance with the best yacht practice, using first grade materials
Teak with hand rubbed satin finish is used for all visible woodwork
Floorboards with laid teak veneer, providing access to bilge
Topsides where visible lined with teak battens
Roller blinds/mosquito screens for hinged deck hatches from 0.5m width upwards
Doors, partitions and panelling throughout are teak faced plywood
Structural battens are of foam cored sandwich construction
Door sills have stainless steel chafing pieces
Self engaging latches with bumpers to hold doors in open position
Hanging lockers are equipped with rods and hooks and have bottom drawers where possible - doors provided with louvres
Shelves with Perspex or teak front
Nautor made door knobs
GRP and plywood boxes in bilge
Covers for saloon and cockpit tables
Covers for seats in saloon and navigation area
LPG bottle and general stowage
Watertight collision bulkhead aft
FORWARD GUEST CABINS
Fixed lower honeymoon double berth with two drawers and a lid
Fold-up upper berth
Hanging locker in starboard side forward
TV and video
Wooden berth on starboard side with locker below
Table convertible to double berth
Fold-up upper berth on port side and separate backrest against hull
Chain box with inspection hatch
Boarding/bathing ladder on aft bulkhead with extra fixed emergency stairs.
Corian white working surfaces and sliding doors
Ceramic electric hot plate installed with Corian cutting board with drawers under
Alpes Inox gas stove
Extractor hood Alpes Inox.
Stainless steel sinks installed in Corian surface
Food waste disposer - type Disperator 77 serviced 2016
Waste disposer installed in forward side
Pull-out rubbish bin aft
Stainless steel plate rack with GRP bottom drained to the sink
Freezer - 240 litres, below floorboards
Two 220V compressors fitted for fridge and freezer with separate engine driven back up.
Dish washer Miele
Dining table fixed
Coffee table fixed Port side with sofa and arm chairs.
40” LG TV installed on stbd side replaced in 2011
Main entrance ladder with six steps with stainless steel handrails
Polygrip anti-slip material on steps
Roll tops for instruments
Horizontal chart stowage
Storage in navigation seat
Lower berth with stowage
Hanging locker with drawers below
Upper berth of Pullman type
Passage door and access to day head
Double berth to port
Drawers under berth
Hanging locker and locker with shelves on port side with drawers below
Locker above double berth on port side
Desk on starboard side with lockers above
Mirrors on forward bulkhead and hanging locker door
Mirror behind toilet
Par toilet with hand pump
Owners, Guest, and Captains Cabins
Corian off white horizontal areas with Glacier White basins
Perspex shower screens come out to basin counter edge and cover upper section
Two small vertical hand holds and electric heated towel rail
Small rubbish bin on back of locker door below sinks
Engine space internally sound insulated
Propeller area sound insulated
Perkins Sabre 225 with ZF gear Box 2, 3/1
Wet exhaust system with fibreglass silencer, discharge under transom
Thermostat controlled fresh water-cooling with heat exchanger
Discharge through exhaust system
Fuel capacity 1740 litres in two tanks with filter lines and shut-off valves for each tank
Fuel valve chest with return valve for each tank
Racor 2010 fuel filter/water separators with water alarm on feed lines to engine and diesel generators – 2 for main engine and one for each gen set.
The engine and diesel generator have their own starting battery sets
Main engine spares
Engine control On/Off
Start and stop buttons
Paralleling button for start and service batteries
Single lever control of throttle and gear shift
Coolant temperature gauge
Oil pressure gauge for engine
Warning light and audible alarm for low oil pressure/high coolant
Control light for starting and service battery charging
Fuel tank gauges
Propeller shaft made of high tensile corrosion resistant steel with flexible shaft coupling
Three bladed propeller type Max Prop
Shaft seal type PSS high speed 2” - New 02/2015
Sea water hoses of reinforced PVC tubing
Fresh water hoses of nylon and copper tubing
All fuel and water tanks are of welded stainless steel and provided with baffles, inspection covers, sounding plug and vent pipes
Shower sump tanks are of GRP
FRESH WATER SYSTEM
Fresh water capacity 1390 litres in two tanks with one filler line from the deck and suction pipes on two levels on one tank
Tank vent pipes end at galley sink
Sigmar water heater with capacity of 80 litres, 1.2 kW - New 2008
Deck shower in aft cockpit on starboard side for fresh and sea water with permanent connected hoses - New 2009
Deck shower in aft platform - New 2009
SEAFRESH Model H 2012 A serviced 2016 producing 200ltrs per hour
SEA WATER SYSTEM
Deck wash pump
Seawater spout in galley with 2m hose
Galley sinks drained through seacock
Wash basins and showers drain to sump tanks - capacity about 70 litres each
Sump tanks emptied by electrical pump or manual Whale pump
Outlet above waterline
Three bilge pumps - two manual type Whale Gusher Titan and one electric submersible type Jabsco 4000 with automatic switch
Vacuflush 506 toilets with connection to freshwater system
Crew toilet - manual PAR
Midships toilet starboard side - discharge alternatively to one of two stainless steel holding tank or directly overboard
Holding tank emptied by electrical Vacuflush pump
Sump tank pumps
Natural ventilation in cabins with Dorade type inlets
Exhaust ventilators in heads and in galley
Air inlet water trap, outlet with blower installed with remote shut-offs for MCA in 2000
Separate outlet for diesel generator cooling air installed with remote shut-offs for MCA in 2000
Ventilated to mast
Marine Air air-conditioning type Vector VHE 12-H, 220VAC with ECU-VR control units - total capacity 48000BTU including shore power intake
- One unit for Owners and skipper cabin
- Two units for saloon and aft guest cabin
- One unit for galley and crew cabin
- One unit for forward guest cabin
220V refrigeration/deep freeze unit with two compressors new as mentioned above
Refrigeration system was overhauled in 2014with a new clutch.
Freezer under floorboards in galley - 240 litres
Additional freezer aft in galley - 100 litres refrigerator under working bench and additional refrigerator front door opening aft stbd side above bench.
Electric pump for fridge drainages
Soft drinks refrigerator and ice maker in salon.
24V DC system with two-wire insulated return
New service batteries 2014
Wires are dimensioned to minimise voltage drop
220C AC is a three-wire system.
For lightning protection, the headstay, backstay, main shroud chain plates and mast step are grounded to ballast keep bolts with heavy cable
Inverter Victron 500 VA 24/220V 350W for TV and home cinema.
Inverter Mastervolt 3500 VA 24/220V
Inverter charger Victron 3000 VA 24/220 V 70A
Miele Washing machine and separate dryer
Electric ceramic hot plate and galley extractor
Separate battery bank 400Ah for radios including charger MASS 24/50 -
220V outlet in printer drawer
Victron 24/80A charger for service batteries (back up)
Hydraulic autopilot ram
PANELS AND CONTROLS
DC Main Panel
Located near the navigators space and protected by Perspex doors
Switches of trip-free circuit type
V- and A-meters of digital type
Main switch and fuses located in locker near switchboard
Switches for interior and navigation lights
Bilge water warning light with audible alarm
Two remote generator control panels with oil pressure, coolant temperature, hour and V-meter
Switches for mast flood light, spreader lights and foghorn
Located near the DC panel and protected by a Perspex door
Switches of tri-free circuit type
One frequency meter
Light dimmer in Owners cabin (two in saloon)
Lights beside mirrors in heads
Two Luff lights on foredeck for night sailing
Reading bed lights and bulkhead lights
Nav lights - side, stern, bow and masthead
Windlass locker light
All deck locker lights
3-spreader mast Oval section with external stem ball tang and Harken 758 track for full batten mainsail Tapered and welded masthead with two spinnaker cranes and three halyard sheaves Internal wiring shielded in PVC tubes secures to mast Spinnaker track on forward side One toggle pin for jockey pole
BOOM AND POLES Main Boom
HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS Hydraulic furling head stay (Reckmann RF90-3 profile R5) Navtec hydraulic system VI Quick release for Vang SAILS Genoa North Sails Taffeta Spectra Carbon 2009 Main Sail North Sails Taffeta Spectra Carbon 2009 serviceable and in good condition Main Sail Banks Sails Dynema Triradial cut panel 11/2016 (in sail bag) Gennaker Diamond Sails 1995 Inner Fore Sail (storm) Diamond Sails1995.
Vessel is equipped to Greek charter specification and is in code
1995 Zodiac SOLAS B twelve person life raft
14 adult and 2 child’s lifejackets
2 x horseshoe lifebuoys
Flares to Greek charter requirements
Electric loudhailer/fog horn system
EQUIPMENT Cockpit table in centre cockpit 100m of 12mm high tensile chain Spray hood for main companionway and aft cockpit with clear vision panel’s front and sides.
CO2 total flooding system for engine and generator space with remote control at entrance Gangway - multiplex 3m folding carbon to be stowed in bow locker Stainless steel bars in forward locker Fire extinguishers Cockpit cushions for a centre cockpit with backrests cushion to cover cockpit table and cushions for pushpit seats Main engine spares
2 x set of generator spares
Electrical and plumbing spares
Crockery, cooking utensils, glasses and linen as required for charter work
NB Owners personal effects, pictures, personal navigation equipment and other items will be excluded from the sale. A complete list will accompany sales and purchase contract