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Swan 40/019
Swan 40 Hull #019 Willowind - year : 1971 - hull colour :White

Willowind

US 3369 We believe WILLOWIND represents one of the finest if not the finest Swan 40 in existence. Customized at Nautor’s original building, the main salon/galley/nav. bulkhead is cut away to provide an open area unlike most sister ships. The forward cabin presents a double berth using the original joiner work done by Hinckley. Teak cabinetry has been added below with a dressing seat off to starboard. She was launched April 4, 1971 in Finland and bought by the present owner April 4, 1979. She has cruised extensively the east coast of the United States and the Bahamas. She has been selectively raced successfully including Swan Regattas. Along with her racing trophies, Willowind won the covenant Prix De Elegance trophy in ’83 and has been runner up twice in succeeding Swan Regatta. WILLOWIND IS RECOMMENDED TO THE CONNOISOUR OF VINTAGE OR HISTORICAL SWANS. She has been maintained by the present owner of 28 years to Nautor’s standards. All upgrades and modifications were done under the approval of Lars Stromm who recently retired from Nautor and was in charge of their R & D. For the first twenty years she summered in Newport R. I., USA and was either stored inside during the winter months or under an aluminum frame with a cover. Willowind carries an IOR, IMS, IRC, and PHRF (NB, SEF) certificates. Engine: Perkins 4-108, 4 cyl. Diesel; Fresh water cooled with Bowman Heat exchanger. Bowman Heat Exchanger replaced in ’04. Internal parts (stacks) ultrasonically cleaned in’2004. A spare set of stacks are available. Atomizer tips replaced, new lift pump and fuel pump serviced and recalibrated in ’05. Front and rear main seals scheduled for replacement in November (’06). New PSS dripless shaft seal system installed on shaft replacing stern gland in ’04. Top half of engine was serviced in ’94; newly designed stainless steel muffler system designed by Derecktor/Gunnel ship yard and installed in ’96. Borg Warner velvet drive transmission served in ’96. The engine has approximately 1000 hours of use. New fuel gauge installed in ’04; new Vetus in line sea water filter installed ’04; new racor fuel filter installed in ’04. New oil pressure hoses installed ’06; heat expansion tank installed ’05. All fuel and oil filters changed every 50 hours; fan belt changes every 100 hours. Fuel tank “polished” every season. Polishing system included. New VDO oil pressure gauge and sender unit installed ’05. All engine, muffler and exhaust hoses and stainless steel clamps changed in ’04. New scupper hoses changed in ’04. All hose clamps in entire boat sprayed and checked bi-monthly along with motor mounts. Asbestos insulation replaced in engine box with SoundDown. Teak door installed in aft engine compartment. Secondary VDO tachometer and hour meter replaced in Port Quarter bulkhead in 2000. A spare is available. New transmission oil cooler replaced in ’03. New fresh water pump replaced in ’03. New glow plug installed in ’02. Egnine harness rewired and all non functional Lucas equipment originally installed removed. Electricity: Electrical survey of yacht was done in ’04 and is available. Two battery banks exist: Bank one consist of three AGM (105 AH) batteries servicing the house (installed in 03). A battery shelf was built under the main salon table in ’03 for the engine. Both systems were rewired to operate individually or in conjunction through a custom switching system. Shore power 110V is available and charging is through a ProSine 2.0 (Xanthrex) inverter/charger presently being reinstalled. A Link 20 monitor system was installed concurrently. Hot water runs off the engine or shore power. Additional DC electrical panels installed at nav. station and in port quarter berth in ’85. AC electrical panel in stalled in starboard quarter berth in ’85 and replaced in ’05 in an inlaid teak cabinet. The latter has totally been rewired. A Balmar 95 amp high speed alternator was installed in ’90. A back up alternator exists. A new Balmar External Regulator (MC – 612) installed in ’03; a back up exists. All electrical connections sprayed bimonthly. Hella fans exist in all berths and cabins. New axial fan for head being installed in port dorade. New two 50 ft. telephone and TV cable and new 75’ 30 AMP 110 shore power cord ’06. New Sony flat screen (19”) TV for entertainment center. New Sea Watch TV antenna. Installed new Anchor Marine A/C unit with duct work throughout installed in ’06. New March below water line pump (110V) for A/C and refrigeration and relay for A/C and refrigeration systems installed concurrently. New Guest Galvanic Isolator installed ’04. Replaced all 110V outlets including GFI outlet in galley. Night lights installed in galley, nav. station and forepeak in ’90. Closet lights installed in ’90. All mast electrical wires replaced in 2001 along with buss bar under head sink. New Aqua Marine Steaming, Anchor and Flood lights installed 2001. New Windex light installed ’01. New waterproof junction box installed under mast in ’01. New 2002 Alpine Amplifier, CD/AM/FM Receiver and Boston Acoustic Speakers in cabin. New Pioneer waterproof cockpit speakers ’03. Dyna isolation grounding plate located on the bottom port side midship. All original cabin lights (small) switched out for the larger version, trimmed out with teak rims and extra lights added throughout including night lights. Head & Plumbing: New Sea Era (Raritan) electric toilet with household bowel installed in ’02. All new intake and exit hoses installed. Custom stainless steel base plate incorporated into installation. New axial fan and switch installed ’06. Sink drains via sump pump over side. Independent shower installed in ’85. Door fittings re-chromed and new barrel hinges installed ’05. New vented loop in discharge line installed behind cabinetry. Towel holder re-chromed ’05. New sump pump installed in ’05. Sump pump receives discharge from A/C unit and head sink. New ½ inch bronze check valve installed for sump pump ’03. New ¾” bronze check valve installed for automatic bilge pump ’03. New Rule 2000 bilge pump installed ’03 along with new custom stainless steel base. Hot & cold shower in cockpit installed ‘85. New Henderson hand bilge pump installed in 2000. Galley: CNG stove and oven with butcher block cover board. CNG regulators (2) rebuilt in ’04. Hose attachment added to sink in 2000. Refrigeration (110V) by custom unit. A back up until is available. New raw water condensing unit added in ’02. Refrigerant tank, gauges and freon tank available. All refrigeration wiring replaced in ’04. Holding plate flushed and fluid replaced to accommodate -30 degrees F. Two new Whaler-Gusher foot pumps installed in galley with stainless steel finishing plate. New Jabsco fresh water pump installed ’02. Sails & Rigging (standing and running): Cruising full batten main built in ’94 by Jasper & Bailey of Newport. Lightly used and stored inside when not in use. New Kevlar main ’04, new paneled Kevlar #3 ’04; new paneled Kevlar #1 ’04, new paneled Kevlar #2 ’04; new light 3DL Genoa #1 ’05; new reaching chute ’05; new light chute ’04, .65 ounce Poly Radial running chute ’95 (lightly used) ‘95. New Roller furling Jib ’03 (used 48 hours). All sails stored off the boat and inside, are lightly used and made by North Fort Lauderdale loft. New Harken Roller Furling system installed ’03; new aramid baby stay with quick release’06; new Hall Quik Vang ’06; Navtec Integral hydraulic adjuster for back stay installed in ’94 and rebuilt in ’06; Navtec rod rigging installed ’94; custom Nautor boom ’87; Harken inboard tracts installed for sails 3,4,5 nine degrees off center ’94; Harken windward/leeward traveler installed ’94. New V199 Blue 11mm main halyard ’06; new light weight port spinnaker halyard ’05 along with Lewmar jammer. All remaining halyards are light weight and replaced periodically. Assorted snatch blocks, tweekers, genoa sheets, spinnaker sheets and guys, strippers, downhaul sheets, and preventer included. Two Hall carbon fiber spinnaker poles with new outboard fittings ’05. Custom made stainless steel chauk fittings. Forespar reaching strut ‘97. Harken spinnaker car added in ’94. 35 pound Danforth anchor with 20 ft. of one inch chain and 250 – 275 ft. of ¾ inch line. 45 pound CQR anchor with 125 feet of Nautor rode. 35 pound CQR anchor with 20 feet of one inch chain and 250 feet of ¾ inch rode. Winches: Cockpit: Lewmar 50s ST (2) installed on teak bases ‘05 Midship: Lewmar 48s ST (2) installed on teak bases ‘02 Lewmar 40s ST (2) installed on teak bases ’02. Lewmar 16s ST (1) ST (1)installed on teak base on port cabin roof ‘02 Mast: Lewmar 30 ST (1) ST and Lewmar 16 ST (1) on port side of mast Lewmar 16 ST (1) ST and Barlow 24 ST (1) on starboard side of mast. ** Harken Spinnaker car installed ’94 to accommodate carbon fiber poles. Pad eyes for struts, jammers, pad eyes and cleats for halyards. Assorted snatch blocks winch handles. ** Large deck blocks at base of mast to accommodate reefing lines. Intsruments cockpit, below deck & mast: Cockpit: Three custom made instrument pods for B& G, KVH Sailcomp, and Datamarine depthfinder repeaters. New B & G Network Autoplot (’06) controls by helmstation. B & G Keyboard by helmstation. Mast: b& G wind direction and KVH Sailcomp on mast with teak bases. Navigation Station: New teak cabinetry housing Trimble Navtrac XL with software update ’06; Alden Weatherfax Receiver with new active Furuno antenna (’05); Icom M502 VHF with Distress Switch integrated with NorthStar Plotter; Datamarine depthfinder (serviced and software update ’01). New Metz VHF mast antenna and new cable from nav. station to top of mast installed ’01. Northstar 962 Chart plotter ’02; Vetus 7 day Barometric graph ’02; Furuno Chart plotter software upgrade ’04; Furuno 1830 radar; B & G repeaters in teak case; Vetus barometer and B & G Autopilot in teak case. Alpine MRP – F200Amplifier and Alpine CDM – 7874 CD/AM/FM receiver and changer ’02; Boston Acoustic Speakers RX 57 ‘02 New KVH Sailcomp 103 AC “brain” installed ’04. Newly rebuilt B & G 390 Depth Finder installed ’03. B & G MFD in forepeak cabin. Sestral Pedestal compass refurbished and “boxed”. Major project undertakings: Derecktor-Gunnel Shipyard (’94): - new Harken sail tracks inboard with backing plates - new upper and lower knees for chain plates w/ biaxial glass and designed by Lars Stromm installed with Navtec rods. Additional ribs added to hull on either side. * Rod Stephens who sailed with us aboard in ’83 informed us at the time that it was the one weak link in that era of building Swans; the knees were too small and the bottom were non existent. - New Nautor designed custom 42 inch stainless steel wheel ‘96 Consolidated Yacht & Derector-Gunnel Shipyard (’96): - New high tech spade rudder designed by James Taylor, naval architect and Lars Stromm of Nautor installed. Consolidated Yacht (’01): - Entire hull peeled, a velvet mat laid up followed by a barrier coat and regelcoated. Rybovich-Spencer Shipyard (’03) - Steering pedestal sand blasted and Awlgripped. - New upper and lower bearings for rudder. - Rudder gland and housing re-fiberglassed - Rudder and skeg refaired - New B & G thru hull for depth transducer installed. - Steering Pedestal sand blasted and awlgripped white. River Bend Marina (’05): - New epiglass bottom with barrier coat and painted with Micron CSC Blue. New Swans stenciled on bottom in white. Bottom long boarded. - New teak and holly cabinets with entertainment center in place of port pilot berth Lauderdale Marine/Mango Marine (02/25/08) - New stainless steel exhaust manifold extension installed; a new stare built also - Boat surveyed both in and out of the water - All sea cocks rebuilt - Bottom lightly sanded and painted - hull compounded and wax (in progress) (‘03/08) - gelcoat touched up on starboard side.(in progress) (‘03/08) - Bowman heat exchanger flushed and refilled with power cool (Detroit Diesel) Additional upgrades: - Custom stainless steel radar pole built to Nautor’s specifications and standards. - Custom stainless steel bow roller built to Nautor’s specifications and standards. - Custom stainless steel toe rail covers at bow ‘06 - Custom stainless steel bow pulpit built in ‘05 - Smoked Lexan for main salon and forward hatches ‘04 - Smoked Lexan for dorade bows ‘04 - Smoked Lexan clapboard for offshore sailing ‘05 - Interior cushions in powder blue ‘96; regularly cleaned - Aqua Signal #50 Running lights installed ‘95 - Port and Starboard boarding gates - Plastic air vent covers replaced with teak - Carbon Monoxide alarm installed ‘06 - New Elkhide wheel ‘08 Partial Equipment list: - Teak Swim Ladder - Givens 8 man life raft; stainless steel cradle; automatic release mechanism ‘02 - Cockpit cushions (blue) - Stainless steel barbeque, rail mounted - Dual dockside freshwater filtering system - Fairclough aluminum frame and cover for storage - 75 ft. shore power cord for yard storage only - Teak screens for hatches - Canvas covers for cleats, toe rails winches, grab rails elkhide wheel, cockpit instrument pods - Valor Lee cloths for fenders. - Rail covers for boarding gates - Assorted spare engine parts, tools and general spares (“back ups”) amounting to several thousand dollars. - Stainless steel dodger frame built by New England Boat Works ’96; dodger built in ‘96 - Full deck awning (blue and white) made in ‘03 - Weems & Plath oil lamps - Boston Clock & Barometer - Life vests & cases, SOS inflatable vests - Automatic EPIRB - ACR flares & guns - Spray hoods for forward & main salon hatches Construction: White fiberglass hull to Lloyd’s specifications. Grey non-skid decks. Exterior teak trim. Prima Vera (Koto) bulkheads with solid teak doors. Lockers and trim. Varnished teak and holly sole. 9,100 lbs. external lead keel; 18,400 lbs. displacement. Teak and holly cabinets and entertainment center built in place of port pilot berth. Entire hull regelcoated as discussed. Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL. USA Contact Information: e-mail- DocSwan40@AOL.com 954 650 4779 Selling Price: $ 225.00 US

 
Ira M. Zaslow
2816 N.E. 37th Street
USA
Phone:+1 954 568 2558
Location: For Lauderdale, , FL, USA
Contact owner: Willowind3369@aol.com
 
 
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