Yeoman Yachts Brokerage - Sold Boats

Yeoman Yachts is proud to announce their involvement in the sale of the following yachts over recent years:

Swan 57 - FLYER - Sold by Yeoman Yachts

ModelSwan 57
Year1978
LocationNewport - Rhode Island - USA
Hull Number57.007
LOA57 ft 0 in
Asking PriceSOLD

FLYER has been with her present owner for about the past 20 years. For the first half of her life she cruised the west coast of the US. In the early 2000s she was transported to the east coast where she has cruised up and down from New England to the Caribbean and back again. FLYER has a full time captain onboard and she can be considered a "no expense spared" yacht. During 2007 and 2008 FLYER underwent a major refit. Some of the work included re-varnishing the interior, painting the hull, deck and spars, replacing the teak deck overlay in the cockpit, adding electronics and much more. She is somewhat unique because she has fiberglass side decks and coachroof with teak overlay in the cockpit area only. If you do not wish to go through the rigors and expense of refitting one of these all time classic yachts then you owe yourself a long hard look at FLYER. She is very special and highly recommended.

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Hull

Awlgrip white painted fiberglass hull (2008)
Medium blue boot and waterline stripes
Fin keel
Partial skeg hung rudder
Barrier coat applied (2008)

Deck

Side decks and coachroof are fiberglass cored with no teak overlay
Deck painted (2008)
Cockpit seats and cockpit sole, teak overlay on fiberglass cored deck
Stainless steel stem head fitting with single roller
Stainless steel bow and stern rails
Gate in stern rail
1 x 19 double lifelines
Lifeline gates port and starboard
Aluminum anodised toe rails
Genoa tracks on side decks
Jib tracks on side decks forward of chain plates
Staysail tracks on coachroof
Main traveler track forward of companionway
2 x pair of mooring cleats
Fore peak anchor locker
2 x lazarette lockers
3 x cockpit lockers (1 of which is the propane locker)
2 x 20lb propane tanks
1 x cool box in cockpit
Radar post
Muir Atlantic vertical mount electric windlass with chain gypsy (2008)
Speakers in cockpit
WINCHES
All by Lewmar
2 x #44, ST, 2SP reefing lines on deck at mast
2 x #48, ST, 2SP halyard on deck at mast
2 x ST, 3SP spinnaker halyard on deck at mast
1 x #54, EST, 1SP, electric, halyard on deck at mast
2 x #44, ST, 2SP traveler
2 x #48, ST, 2SP mainsheet
2 x 3SP primary with cleat on top
2 x #55, ST, 2SP runners

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Interior arrangement

GENERAL ARRANGEMENT

Sleeps 8 in 4 separate sleeping cabins. Sleeps an additional 2 in the main saloon. Varnished, hand rubbed, Burmese teak interior wood work. Varnished teak and holly sole.

FOREPEAK

Also used as a storage area

FORWARD HEAD

Located on the starboard side aft of the forepeak. Manual head, telephone type shower, sink with hot and cold pressure water.

FORWARD PORT GUEST CABIN

Loacted aft of the forepeak. 2 single stacked bunks. Cabin used as a walk through to the forepeak.

FORWARD STARBOARD GUEST CABIN

Located opposite the port cabin with access from the port cabin. Direct access to the forward head.

MAIN SALOON

"U" shaped settee to starboard surrounding a fixed table with drop leaves forward and aft. Lockers and shelving outboard. Straight settee to port with lockers and shelving outboard.

GALLEY

Located on the port side aft of the main saloon. Force 10 propane stove with 3 burners and oven. Extractor fan above stove. 2 x stainless steel sinks. Numerous lockers and drawers. Glacier Bay fridge 24 volt. Glacier Bay freezer 24 volt. Corian counter tops.

NAVIGATION STATION

Located opposite the galley and aft of the main saloon. Forward facing.

AFT OWNERS CABIN

Accessed via a walkway on the starboard side. Single bunk to starboard. Oversized single to port.


AFT CABIN HEAD

Located on the port side forward of the port bunk. Telephone type shower. Sink with pressure hot and cold water.

Engine and Hydraulics

Perkins 4-236, 85hp, rebuilt 2004
Hurth transmission (1998)
Stainless steel prop shaft
3 blade Max prop
Navtec hydraulic backstay and boom vang

Plumbing and Ventilation

9 x opening ports
5 x deck hatches
1 pair dorade vents on coachroof
1 pair dorade vents at fwd companionway
Pressure hot and cold fresh water at each sink
Raw water foot pump at galley
Fresh water foot pump at galley
Jabsco electric aft head with fresh or raw water flush
Jabsco manual forward head
1 x electric bilge pump
3 x manual bilge pumps
1 x holding tank for aft head
Fresh water shower in cockpit
Salt water wash down in cockpit
Water heater, 20 US gallons approx
4 x stainless steel fresh water tanks approx 265 US gallons
2 x stainless steel diesel fuel tanks approx 160 US gallons

Electrical

110 volt AC system
24 volt DC system
12 volt DC system
24 volt engine alternator
12 volt engine alternator
Electrical panel at the navigation station
24 volt Heart battery charger/inverter
12 volt battery charger
110 volt, 24 volt and 12 volt outlets throughout the boat
Bow and stern lights
Tricolor light on mast head
Interior fans

BATTERIES

Lifeline AGM Glass Matt house batteries with 660 am hours
Lifeline AGM Glass Matt 12 volt bank with 220 amp hours
Lifeline AGM Glass Matt 24 volt engine start with 100 amp hours

Electronics

B&G Hercules 390 instruments
MFD in captain's cabin and owner's cabin
B&G displays in cockpit
Garmin GPS in pod in cockpit with it's own antenna
Northstar 951X GPS
Furuno 24 mile radar at nav station with repeater in the cockpit
Robertson Simrad AP25 autopilot with head at helm station
Nobeltec charts on computer
Dell built in computer
Printer
Icom M-800 SSB
Kenwood R1000 receiver
VHF at helm station
VHF at nav station
Compass at pedestal
Compass at nav station
Compass hand held in owner's cabin
Pioneer radio (2009)
Toshiba flat screen TV with built in DVD

Rigging

Aluminum mast with double spreaders
Stainless steel rod rigging, inspected 2008
Removable inner forstay stows at mast
New main halyard and reef lines 2008
Aluminum boom
Carbon spinnaker pole
Aluminum spinnaker strut
Reckman roller furling for headsail

SAILS

Hood mainsail full batten with Harken batt cars and lazy jacks
Hood 100% jib (2008)
Staysail
Storm jib
Genneker aith ATN sock

Equipment

CQR anchor
Spares
Mooring lines
Fenders
Boathook
225ft, BBB anchor chain
Cockpit table
Sun awning
Spray hood over forward companionway
Bimini
Main sail cover
Instrument cover
10foot Caribe inflatable dinghy
20HP outboard engine
8 man life raft

2007/8 refit list

Hull painted Matterhorn white
Deck painted Whisper grey
Stripes repainted Empress blue
Rig inspected
Rig hardware removed and rig painted Kingston grey
Steps added to top of mast
New Lexan lenses for all deck hatches
New teak striker on deck for anchor arm
New cockpit cushions
Through hulls removed and greased
Wheel releathered
Hydraulic backstay cylinder rebuilt
Running rigging overhauled
Lazy jacks added for mainsail
New Muir windlass
All batteries replaced
Anchor regalvanized
Honda outboard serviced
Tender serviced
New life jackets
New Hood jib (2008)
New MOM 8A
Interior revarnished
New cushions in forepeak
Transmission serviced
Bilges detailed
Stove removed and detailed
New Lexan sliding doors for galley lockers
19" HD flat screen TV added with DVD player
New Dell monitor at nav station
New Furuno Nav Net GPS and chart plotter in cockpit
New Nav Net MFD
New reading lights in aft cabin
Northsatr GPS updated
new batteries