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Swan - 371
Swan 371. 1983 Built to Lloyds specifications and of course employing the highest standards of workmanship the 371 became a successful model for Nautor. The mast was also designed with high safety margins – for a cruiser racer of her day. The running backstays (or check stays) are not there as a requirement to keep the rig in the boat but to give additional support in rougher conditions especially up wind. She does have the bridge deck arrangement allowing for a great aft cabin and the deck layout is designed for ease of handling – especially if you are cruising with a small crew.
6” Suunto steering compass
Raymarine E80,
Raymarine VHF
ICOM SSB Receiver
Raymarine ST60 Wind (2x), Speed and depth, ST 70 Multifunction display in Cockpit
Radio CD, 2 cabin & 2 cockpit speakers
Raymarine autopilot, control Head new 2014

Anchor with 50 M Chain & Electrical Windlass
Stainless steel holding tank, approx 80 ltrs
Dinghy with 2.5 HP Yamaha Outboard, new in 2011
2 x 5kg Gas bottles
Dan buoy with lifeline
1 Bosun’s chair
2 Fire extinguishers
First aid kit
softwood plugs for emergencies
Anchor ball and cone
5 Fenders, various ropes and mooring lines
Danforth anchor, 22 S, with 9mm chain shackle
Folding emergency anchor with shackle and line
Hand halogen lamp
Clock in owner’s cabin
Clock and barometer at navigation station
Brass oil lamp in the main cabin
Hand bearing compass
Lee cloths for bunks
Cockpit sprayhood 2012 for main companionway
Plastic-covered cushions for the cockpit
Cockpit table (wood/metal)
Bathing steps (ladder)
Snatch blocks and winch handles

SWAN 371 BUILT IN 1983 No.79 (of 86 built in total)
Designed by Ron Holland

IRC rating 0.954

LOA 11.23 m 36.84 ft
LWL 9.06 m 29.72 ft
Beam 3.46 m 11.35 ft
Displacement 7300 kg 16100 lbs
Ballast 2600 kg 5700 lbs
Draft 2.1 m 6.9 ft

Glass fibre reinforced polyester by hand layup method. Structural bulkheads are of waterproof marine plywood laminated to hull and deck.
Engine beds are GRP with steel inserts
Uncoloured gel coat below waterline with floatation reference point bow and stern
Heavy GRP brackets are moulded onto hull to support stainless steel chain plates

Lead casting with antimony
Cast in keel bolts are stainless steel
Single point lifting lug fastened to keel bolt

Foam filled GRP with stainless steel stock supported by two roller bearings
Cable steering with Aluminium quadrant and emergency tiller stowed under helmsman seat

GRP sandwich construction with Aluminium back plates under deck fittings
Teak deck glued and replaced in 2011
Leather covered steering wheel
One pair of double genoa foot blocks with running back stay attachments
Aluminium genoa sheet blocks
Anodised aluminium toe rails (One replaced in 2006)
Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit and life lines
One large fore hatch with deck prism for head and opening ports in aft accommodation
Companionway hatch is large enough to remove main engine

Volvo D1-30 MS101, installed 2009
60 amp hour alternator for charging both battery systems via a splitting diode
Fuel 140 ltr 37.0 US g. in 1 stainless tank with shut off valve, filler on deck, water
separator in fuel feed line and vented to deck
ZF mech.rev./red.gear 2.5:1
Range under power 400 nm, or 80 h, at 5.3 knots, top speed 7.0 knots.
3 blade Maxprop 16” on shaft drive. New 2008
Shear pin for locking the shaft is provided

Stainless steel water tanks, 240 ltrs vented to wash basin
Shower drain is emptied via electric pump (requires servicing)
Two manual bilge pumps on below and one in the cockpit
2 x two inch cockpit drains
Ice box drained to separate tank in bilge
Baby Blake toilet recently refurbished
Hot water is available from either shore power or the engine

Diesel ARDIC 04-D needs service
Dorade ventilators on fore deckhand abreast main companionway
Engine air inlet in lazerette with outlet on deck
Battery box vented to exterior

Electric cable to pick up mains power in harbour, 220 volts battery charging unit, Victron (new in 2011)
Engine start battery 12v and circa 100amp hours
12 V DC two wire system for domestic supply taking care to provide large enough cables to prevent voltage drop
1 x battery set approx 400 amp hour in glass fibre box between aft cabin berths, batteries replace summer 2014
Main 12v switchboard provided with breakers or trip-free type plus V meter and ammeter

Replaced 2006
Nautor mast, Nautor spinnaker pole
The rig is stepped onto a aluminium mast step with moveable shoe for mast rake adjustment
Navtec double-spreader rod rig with tapered mast top
Back stays
Baby stay
Reckmann furling headsail system – twin head foil system
Insulated backstay with Harken Barbarossa backstay adjuster
Flag lines

Mainsail, Hyde DC Laminate Battened, 2000
Mainsail, North sails, Soft Norlam Battened, 2011
Genoa I North Sails, Soft Norlam, 2011
Genoa II & III Quantum Dacron, 2005
Genoa IV, Diamond, Dacron, 1993
Gennaker & Snuffer, North Sails 2010
Spinnaker, Quantum, 2006
Lazy jacks & Stack Pack North sails, 2011

1 x Mainsail sheet winch Lewmar 42 two-speed, self-tailing
2 x Genoa winch Lewmar 55 two-speed, self-tailing
2 x Spinnaker winch Lewmar 42 two-speed
2 x Halyard winch Lewmar 42 two-speed

Teak with hand rubbed stain finish is use for all visible woodwork
Floorboards are of laid teak veneer providing bilge access
Overheads lined with removable panelling
Aft cabin with double and single berth,
Access to steering quadrant and batteries between berths
One pilot and two settee berths in saloon
Removable drop leaf table with fiddles and condiment rack
Lockers behind settee backs
Two pipe berths in fo'c'sle.
Sail bins under
Steps below fore hatch
One head SB side forward
Passage way with hanging locker and cupboards
Chart table and chart stowage under
Please note – no stb pilot berth in saloon – stowage fitted during build
Insulated and sheathed space for Gas cooker ENO, three flames with baking oven. Flame failure fitted with gas shut off adjacent to stove with main at gas bottle
Coolmatic fridge Ice box 120 ltr 4.2 cu.ft
Double stainless steel sink on the port side.
Racks and drains provided together with stowage for 17,20 and 24cm dia plates and three drawers for utensils in cupboard on aft bulkhead

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Category:Sailing Boats
Mooring Country:United Kingdom
Year built:1983
Length:11.28 m/37 ft
Category:fin keel
Engine manufacturer:volvo d1-30
Material hull:glass reinforced plastic
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