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S&S Swan General - Diesel generator
18 October 2015 - 13:57
#1
Join Date: 12 November 2011
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Diesel generator
Is there any among the members who could give me advise on the best place for a dieselgenarator on a Swan 47

19 October 2015 - 01:15
#2
Join Date: 23 October 2011
Posts: 150

In my case the generator and the watermaker system are centrally located between the two aft berths in the vane under the small entrance ladder.
I hope you can see from the pictures
Regards, Matteo45 Grampus 47/016

19 October 2015 - 11:01
#3
Join Date: 12 November 2011
Posts: 14

Thanks, Mateo,
Have you sacrificed the fridgespace for this solution?
Alexander

23 October 2015 - 12:07
#4
Join Date: 23 October 2011
Posts: 150

My boat is a Mk I Interior plan. The kitchen area has adequate fridge capability and two cells on the sides of the oven.
There is no fridge in the aft cabin. The space abaft the ladder of the cabin is occupied by the high pressure filters of the watermaker. Under the ladder there is at starboard the generator and at port the low pressure filters and the two pumps of the watermaker.
Fair winds, Matteo

24 October 2015 - 15:05
#5
Join Date: 12 November 2011
Posts: 14

Matteo,
Many thanks for the clear explanation.
I know what to do!
Alexander

05 November 2015 - 18:45
#6
Join Date: 01 March 2007
Posts: 147

Hi Alexander,

We had our generator relocated from the aft cabin ( in front of the fridge amidships) to the fore cabin between to the 2 bunks. This involved a bit of carpentry to modify the small locker between the bunks. I did it primarily to trim the boat which had become aft heavy because we had put in a lighter carbon rig. Other benefits have been quite aft cabin with a bit more space, and easier to get in and out of the aft companion way, which we have cut out for washboards.

Rob
Sarabande 47/029

06 November 2015 - 08:08
#7
Join Date: 12 November 2011
Posts: 14

Hi, Rob ,
Thank you For this interesting idea.
I have also a carbon mast and boom (fantastic)
A blogger mainsail and a smaller job.
I will investigate your solution
Regards,
Alexander

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