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SWAN 441 for sale:

EARENDIL

Ron Holland developed the Swan 441 directly from a design that produced three of the most successful racing yachts of the time, MARIONETTE, BIG APPLE and MANDRAKE.

EARENDIL is hull #033 and started sailing in the Solent in the UK. She was then brought to the US and sailed off the east coast as well as the Great Lakes. Most recently she has sailed in the Newport, RI area.

For the past approximately 20 years EARENDIL has been a summer time only family cruising boat. In 2017 some upgrades were made to ready her for a trip to Bermuda and back.

EARENDIL has a great layout for a small family or one couple sailing. She is well equipped, well kept and ready to go.

  • Year:

    1979
  • Model:

    SWAN 441
  • Location:

    Wickford -Rhode Island - USA
  • Price:

    $ 97,500 USD

SWAN 441 Specifications

  • Model:
    1979 SWAN 441
  • Hull Number:
    441.033
  • LOA:
    44 ft 4 in
  • Beam:
    13 ft 3 in
  • Draft:
    7 ft 10 in
  • Displacement:
    25100 lb
  • Ballast:
    11400 lb
  • Keel:
    Fin
  • Engine:
    Nanni 50hp

    For enquries please contact:

    Keith Yeoman - Swan Brokerage

    Keith Yeoman

    Yeoman Yachts

    T: +1 401 846 1090

Hull

Solid fiberglass hull, hand lay-up method

Awlgrip white painted hull topsides

Light blue waterline and sheer stripe

Bottom painted with Seahawk Biocop TF (2019)

Stainless steel destroyer type wheel

Fin keel

Approximately 1998 keel aft/hull joint strengthened per Nautor suggestion

Lead keel casting with antimony

Spade rudder, foam filled with stainless steel tubular stock

Deck

Fiberglass decks cored with closed cell foam  

Teak decks over are original

Anodized aluminum toe rail

Stainless steel stem head fitting with single Delrin roller

Stainless steel bow and stern rails

Stainless steel stanchions 

Stainless steel lifeline gates port and starboard

1 x 19 stainless steel double lifelines

1 x pair genoa tracks each with 2 sheet lead cars

1 x mainsheet track located on bridge deck 

1 x pair double genoa turning blocks

2 x pair mooring cleats, 1 pair forward and 1 pair aft

Winches

Lewmar winches, rebuilt 2017

2 x #65 genoa sheet primary

2 x #55 AST spinnaker secondary

2 x #44 AST spinnaker halyard

2 x #48 AST genoa halyard

1 x #42 AST main halyard

1 x #42 AST polelift/foreguy

1 x #40 AST mainsheet

General arrangement

accomodations

Sleeps 2 in each of the 2 sleeping cabins plus 4 more in the saloon for a total of 8. 2 heads. Varnished and hand rubbed Burmese teak interior. Teak and holly cabin sole. Vinyl covered overhead panels.

forward cabin

Located in the bow. "V" berth with filler to make a double bunk. Storage under each bunk top. Access to the chain locker via the forward bulkhead. Teak grating in the floor. Teak staving lining the hull. Ladder on the aft bulkhead to the overhead hatch.  

forward head

Located on the starboard side aft of the forward cabin. Opposite the head area is the passage way between the saloon and forward cabin with lockers outboard on the port side. Manual Baby Blake head. Stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressure water and telephone style shower head. Teak grating in the floor. 2 lockers outboard. Locker under the counter top. Mirror on forward bulkhead. 

Main Saloon

Located aft of the head and passageway. Centerline dining table with leaves port and starboard. Mast runs through table. Straight settee to port and "L" settee to starboard. Pilot berth out board of port and starboard settees. Lockers forward of each pilot berth. 4 x reading lights. 2 x fans.

galley

Located aft of the saloon and on the port side. Drawers forward. Lockers outboard with smoked Plexiglass sliding doors. Lockers aft under the headliner. Off-white Formica counter tops. Double stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressure water. Salt and fresh water foot pumps. Force10 gimballed 3 burner stove with oven. Extractor fan over stove. Grunert refrigeration with cold plate (rebuilt 2017). Forespar Pure-Water + filter (2017).

navigation station

Located opposite the galley and on the starboard side. Forward facing table with lifting desk lid for paper chart storage. Wet locker aft. Drawers forward. Electric panel outboard together with nav instruments.

aft cabin

Located aft of the galley and nav station and accessed on the starboard side. Singler bunk to starboard and larger single bunk to port. Seat separates the bunks. Storage aft of the seat. Shelf outboard to starboard. Locker forward to starboard.

aft head

Located on the port side forward of the aft cabin. Similar description to the forward head.

Engine

Located under the companionway steps and forward end of the cockpit.

Nanni Diesel 50HP (age approx. 2000) 

About 900 engine hours as of Oct. 2021

3 blade Max Prop feathering propeller

Plumbing and ventilation

Water heater

Electric and manual bilge pumps

Fuel tank in one stainless steel tank - capacity 50 gallons

Fresh water in two stainless steel tanks - capacity 97 gallons

Two stainless steel holding tanks - one forward and one aft

Propane tank in vented cockpit locker

Propane cutoff solenoid in galley

Cabin fans

Dorade vent forward of mast with additional mushroom vent and 2 x dorade vents, 1 each side of the companionway

2 x mushroom vents, 1 on each cockpit coaming

2 x mushroom vents on port deck coaming 

4 x opening deck hatches.

3 x opening ports

2 x fans in saloon

1 x fan in forward cabin

electrical

12V Ship’s system

Marinco AC inlet with Blue Sea ELCI circuit breaker (2017)

3 x 12V Northstar NSB155FT, TPPL 450 Ah (2015)

1 x 12V Yuasa AGM 400CCA (2015)

Battery Cables (2017)

Samlex EVO 2212 pure sign inverter/charger with remote control (2017)

Ample Power high output alternator, spare Nanni

110V shore or inverter

Blue Sky Solar Charge Controller, MPPT

Blue Sea USB chargers (2017)

OGM LED Tricolor/Anchor with reversing switch (2017)

LED bi-color under deck mounted sail lights (2017)

electronics

B&G/Simrad based N2k network

B&G Zeus 8 with custom 12” remote screen in cockpit, controller on pedestal

B&G Vulcan 5 backup plotter/display (2017)

Simrad AP16 autopilot head

Simrad 3G broadband radar

ST850 ST transducer (2017)

BSM-1 broadband sounder module

Simrad RS35 VHF with H535 wireless remote (2017)

Hydraulic linear autopilot drive (Raymarine type 3) with bronze tiller arm (2017)

Vesper Marine XB-8000 AIS with WIFI (2017)

Vesper AIS antenna splitter (2017)

rigging

Nautor aluminum anodized mast and boom

Rod rigging replace by Hall Spars (2015)

Removable inner forestay system installed (2016)

Navtec hydraulics for backstay and boomvang rebuilt by RigPro (2014)

Harken battcar system for mainsail on mast

Harken mainsheet traveler

Mainsheet line and blocks Harken ESP(1) 100mm, (2) 75mm (2017)

Dyneema babystay and running backstays

Spectra lazy jack lines

sails

North Furling 135% genoa, Norlam (2017)

North Full Batten Mainsail, Norlam, 3 reefs (2016)

Asymmetrical recut from older spinnaker, dousing sock

Other older sails

additional equipment

Lewmar V-3 electric windlass with foot controls (2015)

Spade anchor, 90’ 5/8” G4 hi test galvanized chain (2016) with approx. 210’ plait anchor line

Outboard engine hoist

Large Danforth storm anchor mounted under V-berth 45lb – never used

Dodger with full length bimini extensions (2015)

Cockpit cushions (2017)

Mainsail cover 

Faircloth cover for winter storage

Viking 6-person canister life raft with cradle (2017)

MOM-8A module (2017)

Emergency tiller

Fire extinguishers (2017)

disclaimer

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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Keith Yeoman

Yeoman Yachts

T: +1 401 846 1090

E: keith@yeomanyachts.com

Yeoman Yachts LLC

Newport, Rhode Island, United States

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