At the time of this listing, TRAILBLAZER is the only Swan 45 on the brokerage market in the USA. The performance of the Swan 45 is extraordinary, especially with the custom bow sprit allowing for larger asymmetric spinnakers.
TRAILBLAZER was formerly named DEVOCEAN. The present owner purchased her in 2012 and has lightly sailed her mostly on Long Island Sound. Originally owned by one of the principals of the famed Jamestown Boat Yard, TRAILBLAZER has always been maintained to the highest levels.
With new teak decks laid in about 2017, a very large inventory of sails and the preferred 2 cabin, 2 head interior plan TRAILBLAZER is ready to race or cruise.
Cored fiberglass/vinylester hull topsides and solid fiberglass bottom.
Hull topsides painted blue Awlgrip (2006).
Structural bulkheads are marine grade ply wood.
Fin keel with "L" bulb.
There is the ability to add or remove up to 400kgs of ballast in the bulb as desired.
Spade rudder with carbon stock.
Aluminum quadrant with Vectran steering cables.
Single gold sheer line stripe.
Double white waterline stripe.
Weed cutter top leading edge of rudder.
Spring prepreg fiberglass decks with closed cell foam core.
Teak overlay on side decks and in cockpit (new about 2015).
Stainless steel stem head fitting.
Stainless steel bow rail.
Stainless steel stern rail.
1 x 19 stainless steel double lifelines.
Lifeline gate to starboard.
Anchor locker forward with deck access.
3 x opening deck hatches over forward cabin, forward head and saloon.
2 x pair fixed ports.
6 x opening ports, 4 in the coachroof and 2 in the cockpit.
Companionway with drop down self stowing board.
Stainless steel hand rails on coach roof.
1 x pair jib tracks with line car pullers.
All lines from the mast run under deck to 2 x 4 gang line stoppers, 1 each side of companionway.
Cockpit locker starboard side seat.
Lazarette locker with access through cockpit floor aft.
Mainsheet track in cockpit floor with traveler control lines exiting at pedestal.
Single carbon wheel on pedestal.
Ocean 1 gypsy 12volt anchor windlass (not installed).
Various Wichard “D” hook padeyes located on deck.
Carbon radar antenna post aft with quick disconnect wiring.
Removable helm seat/locker aft.
2 x B560 TCR primary.
2 x B480 TCR halyard.
2 x B56 3 speed, STR mainsheet.
Sleeps 8. 2 in each of the 2 sleeping cabins, 2 on the single settees and 2 in the pilot bunks outboard of the settees. Hand rubbed, varnished teak interior. Teak and holly cabin sole. Vinyl overhead panels. 2 heads.
“V” berth in the bow. Single seat aft to starboard. Overhead lockers the length of each bunk, port and starboard. Hanging locker aft to starboard. Door closes off cabin making cabin en-suite with the head to port.
Located on the port side and aft of the “V” berth. White gel coated fiberglass unit to half height. Teak above. Jabsco electric head with holding tank. Sink with hot and cold pressure water. Telephone type shower. Lockers outboard as well as under sink. Mirror forward and on upper locker doors. Cup holders Soap dish holder. Teak shower grate. Sump pump for shower tray. Exhaust fan.
Located aft of the forward cabin. Table on centerline with leaves port and starboard. Batteries are stored in the center of the table. Single settee to port and starboard with lifting backrest each side to form a pilot bunk. Ultra leather tan upholstery, new in 2010. Lockers and shelving port and starboard behind each settee. The mast steps immediately forward of the table.
Located aft of the saloon on the starboard side. Forward facing. Lifting desk lid for paper chart storage. Extra cabinetry to house the GPS unit. Drawers forward. Wet hanging locker aft. Surrounded by navigation and communication electronics as well as electrical panel.
Located on the port side aft of the saloon. “L” shaped. Double stainless steel sink close to centerline. Force 10, 3 burner propane stove with oven outboard. Top loading freezer forward. Side loading fridge aft. Refrigeration driven by 12volt DC. Lockers outboard as well as under the sinks. 2 foot pedals, 1 for sea water.
Located aft of the galley on the port side. Double “V” type berth. Lockers and hanging locker forward and outboard. Access to back end of engine under furniture in board.
Located aft of the navigation station and on the starboard side. White gel coated fiberglass unit to full height. Teak above. Jabsco manual head. Sink with hot and cold pressure water. Telephone type shower. Lockers outboard as well as under sink. Mirror on upper locker doors. Cup holders Soap dish holder. Teak shower grate. Sump pump for shower tray. Exhaust fan.
Engine access is under the companionway steps.
Volvo Penta, D2-55, 53HP diesel engine with saildrive transmission.
2 blade folding propeller.
Composite sea cocks for all through hull fittings below waterline.
Drinking water purifier.
Hot and cold water deck shower in cockpit.
Foot pump for sea water in galley.
“Y” valve for forward head.
2 x manual bilge pumps.
1 x electric bilge pump.
Tank gauges for water and fuel.
Exhaust fans in galley and heads.
Engine space air intake and fan exhaust.
Remote control fire extinguisher in engine space.
290Ah house battery bank located in vented box in dining table.
12volt 46Ah starting battery in same box.
115volt AC shore power with plug in cockpit.
12volt DC system.
Mass 12/80 battery charger.
Mass 12/1200 Sine inverter with Masterlink MICC panel.
Mast base and shrouds grounded to keel.
12volt outlets at navigation station.
Main electrical switch panel at navigation station.
130Amp alternator with 3 step regulator for house batteries.
60Amp alternator for engine start battery.
At Nav Station:
Northstar 951X GPS in its own cabinet.
Big Bay screen displaying software off the main computer.
B&G Hercules 2000 wind/speed/depth MFD
ICOM IC-M502 VHF.
ICOM SP-24 speaker.
ICOM IC-M802 SSB.
Raytheon RL 70C Pathfinder plus radar.
B&G Hydra autopilot with hydraulic ram.
Radar antenna post.
Suunto compass on pedestal.
Carbon fiber 15/16ths mast.
Double swept back carbon spreaders.
Carbon fiber boom.
Single line reefing for 2 reefs.
Double ended main sheet.
Main chain plates all the way outboard.
Navtec stainless steel rod rigging.
Carbon instrument bracket under goose neck.
Mast and boom clear coated (2010).
Additional forestay with Tuff Luff for racing.
Carbon spinnaker pole with track on mast.
Spare spinnaker pole.
Carbon fiber bow sprit for asymmetric sails.
Harken roller furler for headsail.
Navtec hydraulic panel, 1 each side.
Hydraulics for backstay and mainsail outhaul.
Adjustable mast base.
Hydraulic jack for mast base to adjust rig tension.
Quick release for hydraulic backstay.
Doyle Technora high performance cruising main (new about 2012).
A1 Doyle spinnaker (new about 2012).
A2 Doyle spinnaker (new about 2012).
Inshore main (2008).
Offshore main (2007).
Inshore main (2006).
Light jib (2005).
Light jib (2006).
Medium jib (2005).
Medium jib (2007).
Medium jib (2008).
Heavy jib (2006).
#3 jib (2007).
A1 spinnaker (2006).
A1 spinnaker (2007).
A2 spinnaker (2006).
A2 spinnaker (2007).
A4 spinnaker (2008).
Medium spinnaker (2010).
Symmetric medium spinnaker.
Medium asymmetric spinnaker.
Cockpit table including padded storage bag.
Mosquito screen drop board for companionway.
Aluminum bar in anchor locker and cockpit locker to stow running rigging.
12 x man life raft.
Safety equipment for Cat 1 offshore racing.
Nautor, ships manuals.
Trailer for hauling yacht’s gear.
Light weight emergency tiller.
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.