This well maintained Alan Burnard designed Swordsman 37 GRP aft cabin motor cruiser is powered by twin Commins 370Hp engines and sleeps six in two cabins and saloon.
She benefits from Flexiteak decks, Mikuni diesel fired heating, Tec Tank fuel and water tanks, electric / fresh water forward head with holding tanks to each head, EPIRB, liferaft, unused tender, new spray hood and canopy (2015)
Part 1 British Registered for secure transfer of title.
Classical accommodation layout by Fairey designer, Alan Bernard. Featuring many modern options which have been sympathetically included to maintain the perfect aesthetics of this reproduction classic.
The interior is finished to the highest of standards by craftsmen using wood throughout.
Teak interior joinery with teak and cherry flooring throughout. Teak interior joinery and teak trims on laminate work surfaces. High quality fabric vinyl headlining.
Aft Cabin with large 6’6” x 5’ double berth, hanging locker, lockers to port and starboard of berth, dressing table with storage, large opening window.
Aft Heads (ensuite) White acrylic hand basin with mixer tap and shower, shower pump, teak shower grating, flushing large bowl marine toilet, white laminate surfaces throughout, mirror, opening window.
Forward Cabin with spacious 6’6” vee berth with 4” cushions/twin berths and infill to create double berth, stowage under bunk, large hanging locker, dressing table with stowage, mirror, teak and holly floor, opening Lewmar hatch.
Saloon with Alcantara upholstery, spacious “U” settee converting to double berth, handmade teak dining table, folding to coffee table on adjustable pedestal, storage under settee, easy access bar, 240v and 12v electric panels, access panels in flooring, opening windows and Lewmar overhead hatch.
Forward Heads with white acrylic hand basin with mixer tap and shower, shower pump, teak shower grating, flushing large bowl marine toilet, white laminate surfaces throughout, mirror, lockers, towel rail. Galley with dual stainless steel sink with cover, hot and cold water mixer tap, white laminate working surface trimmed in teak, four burner cooker with grill and oven, 55 litre fridge with freezer compartment, drawers and lockers.
Teak companionway doors with clear sliding hatches, forward facing white upholstered Captain’s chairs which are reversible for in port socialising are mounted on cockpit lockers (one containing a large second fridge), two large aft cockpit seats with copious stowage under and teak laid tops
Hydraulically lifting cockpit floor for full access to engines (serviced 2018)
The mast is hinged
The twin Cummins 5.9BTM3 engines benefit from refurbished turbo's (2015) and repaint (2012).
The engines are interfaced with 1.5 to 1 down angle gear boxes, 1.75” Met 25 shafts, shaft seals (new 2017), three blade bronze handed propellers (new 2014), bronze flush mounted “P” brackets, Raycor fuel filters, large clear top seawater strainers above water line, high quality engine room sound insulation and handed oil dipsticks.
Safety is of paramount concern to all who go to sea. The Swordsman answers those safety factors in a number of ways.
The hull has a proven record for being 'sea kindly' and resilient. You will probably give up before she does! The ride is designed to be comfortable, ensuring that you and your guests can relax and feel confident in the boat.
Considerable thought has gone into the accessible side decks and grab rails, enabling crew to move easily and safely around the decks.
Honda 2.3Hp outboard
Fairey boats combine comfort with spacious accommodation; a renowned seaworthiness with handling qualities second to none; and performance, courtesy of the deep vee planing hull, such that the cruiser class of numerous Cowes-Torquay and London-Monte Carlo races were successfully campaigned by Fairey boats.
The heritage of Fairey has provided the soundest of platforms, but times and materials have moved on.
A sleek new cabin roof has replaced that of the working boat. It is designed to ensure that the deceptive 'gentleman's launch' look, so popular with motor and yachtsmen alike, is retained on the Swordsman 37.
For construction the latest honeycomb fibreglass techniques are employed, which produce a stronger but lighter hull. The weight reduction allows for the larger tanks required by today's owners and families. The material also more accurately simulates the softer ride normally only experienced in wooden boats.
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