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Swan 62 for sale:

ATEM

ATEM is the last built and arguably best built Swan 62. She was extended at the factory and measures 65' LOA. Her Options Specification list when new covers 13 pages of upgrades over the Standard Specification.

ATEM remains under her first owner who has completed a great deal of short-handed sailing all over the world.

Maintained most recently by the famed Lyman Morse yard in Maine, ATEM is without doubt a most spectacular Swan.

A rare find. No upgrades are required at this time. Just add your personal belongings and groceries and off you go. A viewing is highly recommended. Interior photos will follow as soon as ATEM is commissioned for the sailing season.

  • Year:

    2006
  • Model:

    Swan 62
  • Location:

    Camden - Maine - USA
  • Price:

    $ 1,290,000 USD

Swan 62 Specifications

  • Model:
    2006 Swan 62
  • Hull Number:
    62.107
  • LOA:
    62 ft 0 in
  • Beam:
    17 ft 6 in
  • Draft:
    9 ft 11 in
  • Displacement:
    62,800 lb
  • Ballast:
    24,700 lb

    For enquries please contact:

    Keith Yeoman - Swan Brokerage

    Keith Yeoman

    Yeoman Yachts

    T: +1 401 846 1090

Hull

Solid fiberglass hull using glass/aramid hybrid fiber with polyester resin

Structural bulkheads are of marine ply laminated to the hull with foam strips between

Dark blue painted topsides (new paint 2019/2020).

White waterline and sheer hull stripes (new paint 2019/2020).

Bottom is treated with epoxy primer

Lead with antimony fin keel

Spade rudder with weed deflector and self aligning roller bearings.

Rudder bearings replaced (2019/2020).

Dual steering wheels with teak rim and carbon spokes

Custom steering pedestals to allow for more instrumentation

Hydraulic swim platform opens to allow for dinghy storage

Custom exhausts fitted under transom with lip to prevent dripping

Hull windows in the saloon

White painted carbon fiber gangway can be stowed into lazarette

Racks for scuba tanks in dinghy garage

Deck

Fiberglass sandwich construction with closed cell foam using glass/aramid hybrid fiber and polyester resin laminate

Dark blue, double, deck coaming stripes

Teak deck overlay using optional 12mm teak instead of standard 9mm teak

Removable teak foot rests for helmsman

Teak toe rails

Stainless steel stem head fitting with double anchor rollers

Stainless steel bow and stern rails

Seat in stern rail each side

Gate in stern rail

Stainless steel lifeline stanchions

Double, 1 x 19, stainless steel stanchions

Lifelines gates port and starboard

Anchor locker forward with stainless steel bar for fender storage

Cockpit lockers aft large enough for life raft stowage

Lazarette lockers aft

LPG tanks storage under helm seat

White painted carbon fiber antenna post located aft starboard

Antenna post has multiple arms for various antenna, outboard engine davit and lights pointed at the swim platform and cockpit

Recessed Harken roller bearing halyard and reefing blocks

All lines from the mast run under the deck

Recessed, stainless steel, genoa sheet Harken tracks with Harken cars

Harken mainsheet track and car

2 x pair Wichard pad eyes

Pop up mooring cleats forward, midships and aft

1 x pair roller fairleads forward, 2 x pair aft each with open top

Stainless steel hand rails on coachroof

Flush composite Nautor made deck hatches

Aluminum framed fixed ports

7 x opening ports

Cockpit table with adjustable height and bottle storage

Canvas

Cockpit cushions with backrests in forward cockpit

Cockpit cushions in aft cockpit

Cushions over cockpit table when table lowered to seat height

Sun shade from boom and fastened to lifelines

Wheel covers

Pedestal covers

Padded cover for forward cockpit table

Cushions with backrests for stern rail seats

Winches

2 x Harken, B74.3 STH hydraulic primary, recessed

2 x Harken, #B70.2 STC secondary, recessed

1 x Harken, #B70.2 STH hydraulic, mainsheet

2 x Harken, #B46.2 STC mainsheet traveler

Note: All halyards come through line stoppers to the secondary winches in the aft cockpit. There are no winches on the coachroof or around the forward cockpit allowing for much easier movement around the decks.

General Arrangement

Accommodations

Please see the drawing of the interior arrangement in the content of this description.

Satin varnished, then hand rubbed, Burmese teak interior, except where noted, with teak and holly cabin sole. Highlighted paneling adds richness to the interior. Cabin sole has a custom perimeter plank. Removable vinyl overhead panels. 

Rounded corners on all furniture. All floor boards are removable allowing access to the bilges, tanks and machinery.

Forepeak

Water tight collision bulkhead forward. Forepeak head in the bow with white gel coated glass surface to half height. Teak above. Manual head. Sink. Teak grating in the floor. Grohe hardware throughout. Forepeak cabin may be used as a captain's cabin. On the port side is a fold down pipe bunk with a second fixed bunk under that can be transformed into a settee. On the starboard side is cabinetry with a third bunk on top. More overhead cabinetry outboard. 

Forward Guest Head

Located behind the forepeak cabin. White gel coated glass surface to half height. Teak above. Electric head. Sink. Teak grating in the floor. Grohe hardware throughout.  

Forward Port Guest Cabin

Located aft of the guest head. Drop down wooden bunk above and a second fixed bunk below. Lockers above and outboard. Storage under the lower bunk. Hanging locker inboard. Grohe hardware throughout.

Foreward Starboard Guest Cabin

Located opposite the port guest cabin. Ensuite head forward with white gel coated glass surface to half height. Teak above. Electric head. Sink. Teak grating in the floor. Guest cabin has a small double bunk. Lockers above and outboard. Hanging locker inboard.

Main Saloon

Located aft of the guest cabins. To starboard is an "L" shaped dinette with fixed table. Storage in the table base. Lockers above and outboard. Hull window. To port is a straight settee with a coffee table inboard. Lockers above and outboard. Glass door cabinet forward for glassware. Wet bar below glassware cabinet. Hull window.

Galley

Located aft of the saloon on the port side. "U" shaped. Gray flecked Corian counter tops. 2 x stainless steel sinks inboard. Trash container. 2 x front load Iceberg fridges with hold over plates aft each with 8.5 cubic feet of storage. Top loading Iceberg freezer with hold over plates with 5.3 cubic feet of storage. Refrigeration runs via 230volts with 24volt back up. Lockers above inboard and outboard. Lockers with sliding doors outboard of Corian surface. Drawers. Miele dishwasher. Splendide washer/dryer located in galley. Force Ten 4 x burner stove with oven. Stainless steel crash bar protecting stove. Exhaust hood over stove. 

Navigation Station

Located aft of the saloon on the starboard side. Forward facing. Shelves, drawers and opening chart desk. Chart storage in locker above and in headliner. Surrounded by navigation and communication electronics outboard and forward. Electrical breaker panel for AC and DC inboard. Wet locker aft, lined with GRP and drained to bilge.

Aft Master Cabin

Accessed via a walkway aft of the navigation station. Ensuite head with separate stall shower located forward on the starboard side. White gel coated glass surface to half height. Teak above. Electric head. Sink. Teak grating in the floor of the head and shower. Walk around double bed on centerline with Scandiflex battens for extra comfort. Lee boards. Storage under bed. Forward facing vanity on the starboard side. Hanging lockers outboard to port. Drawers either side of the bed.

Engine Room

Accessed either from under the companionway steps or from a door in the walkway to the master cabin aft. Canvas tool bag hangs inside the engine room door.

Engine and bow Thruster

Cummins 4BT3.9M-HX diesel, 130HP at 2500rpm

ZF 45A hydraulic reverse/reduction gear 2.43:1

Fresh water cooled engine

Stainless steel propeller shaft

Drip free shaft seal

3 x blade Max propeller

Engine control panel to starboard of helm

Heat exchanger for consumable hot water when engine is running

Remote oil filter

Fuel lift pump

Dual Racor fuel filter for main engine with vacuum gauge

Single Racor filter for generator

Engine space sound insulated and with fire resistant material

Drip tray is integral with the engine bed

Wet exhaust system with fiberglass silencer

Max Power bow thruster R200/8, 24volt with separate battery bank and Mass battery charger

Plumbing and ventilation

plumbing

Spectra Newport 700 water maker

Hot and cold pressure water in heads and galley

Fresh water valve manifold chest under floor boards

Each fresh water tank vents to the galley sinks

Oras mixing faucets

Drinking water purifier

Hot water from either the heat exchanger off the engine or via a 110volt heating element on the water heater

15.8 gallon water heater

Deck shower with hot and cold water

Fresh water connection for deck wash

Sea water spigot in galley

Sea water deck wash

Sump tanks for showers and wash basins

Sump tanks have an electric pump with manual Whale pump back up

2 x manual Whale Titan bilge pumps discharging 26gallons per minute

2 x submersible electric bilge pump with manual and automatic control

Cycle counter on each electric bilge pump

High water level bilge alarm

Tecma electric heads using fresh water flush

Par Jabsco Quiet Flush 24volt head in master head aft

Manual sea water flush Jabsco head in crew cabin

Y-valve for each head to either holding tank or overboard

Holding tanks emptied either by electric pump or deck suction

Ventilation

Marine Air, reverse cycle air conditioning with central unit, water chilled, including grey water tanks

Eberspacher heating system connected to air con system fan coils

Forced air ventilation in all cabins

Engine room air inlet with water trap

Engine room exhaust blower

Battery box ventilated to outside

5 x Hella turbo fans

electrical

24volt DC system

230volt AC system

230Volt, 50Amp shore power deck inlet

115volt, 50Amp shore power deck inlet for air conditioning

Additional 230volt, 50Amp shore power deck inlet via 8KW isolation transformer for 115volt inside

Box in lazarette for all shore power, cable, TV, phone connections with hatch in transom for cables

Mass Sine 24/2500VA 230volt inverter

Mass Sine 24/2500VA 115volt inverter

Mass Sine 24/1000VA 115volt inverter

For lightening protection the chain plates are grounded to the keel bolts.

Larger than standard 24volt gel cell battery bank with 600Ah

Generator starting 12volt battery with 90Ah

Main engine starting 12volt battery with 135Ah

Radio bank battery 240Ah, 24volt gel cell, with Mass 24/50A, 115volt charger

Master link battery AmpHr capacity meter

3 x 12volt outlets in interior

Battery parallel switch for for service and radio batteries

140Amp alternator on main engine to charge house batteries

100Amp Mastervolt battery charger off AC for main battery bank,115 volt, 50/60Hz

80Amp alternator on main engine to charge starter batteries

50Amp alternator on generator to charge starter batteries

Westerbeke 12.5 BTDB, 115Volt, 12.5KW/60Hz generator

115volt outlets

Reckmann Power Pack to drive anchor windlass, primary winches, mainsheet winch and headsail furler

Dimmer for overhead lights in aft cabin and guest cabins

Light with auto switch in each hanging locker

Tricolor light on mast head

Cantalupi Ragno reading lights

Indirect lighting in cabins and saloon

2 x boom lights with dimmer

Additional lighting over each head mirror

Red lighting in saloon, aft cabin and heads

Fluorescent lighting in lazarette

electronics

Suunto compass on each steering pedestal

Vetus Meteroliner electronic barometer

B&G Hydra Cruise Pack with:

NMEA FFD at navigation station

Vertical mast head unit

Halcyon 2000 fluxgate compass

Speed and depth transducers

Barometric pressure sensor

4 x non NMEA FFDs, 2 below mainsheet winch, 2 on pedestal wings

360 degree wind direction display below main sheet winch

Other electronics are:

Radar detector on mast head

Northstar 952W GPS system at navigation station with separate antenna on stern rail

Furuno 15" monitor at navigation station

Furuno GPS/WAAS receiver and scanner

Furuno black box

B&G autopilot with display on pedestal

Back up B&G autopilot with quick connection ram and display on pedestal

B&G autopilot wireless remote control

Sat Com Fleet 33 Thrane and Thrane for voice and fax

SSB, ICOM IC-M802

VHF, ICOM IC-602 at navigation station

Additional handset, ICOM HM-127W in cockpit

Furuno LH-3000 intercom in cockpit with hailer on mast and 4 speakers

30" TV in pop up system behind each settee

Bose Lifestyle 48 stereo in saloon with radio/DVD/CD, 5 x piece surround sound speakers, subwoofer in saloon

2 x amplifiers for cockpit music

Sony speakers in forward and aft cockpits

Stereo volume control in cockpit

Delta Biscaya active antenna for VHF, TV and AM/FM radio

Emergency VHF antenna

TV antenna

SeaBook 10" display on each pedestal

Burglar alarm with 4 remote controls and infrared motion sensors in aft cabin and main saloon

rigging

Carbon fiber Offshore Spars white painted mast with standard modulus carbon

Park Avenue boom

Stainless steel rod standing rigging (inspected 2019/2020).

Aramid babystay, inner forestay and checkstays (new 2019/2020).

Mast foot steps

Trisail track on mast 

Hydraulic mast jack

Oversized boom vang for Park Ave boom

Quick release for boom vang in cockpit

Hydraulic ram for headsail halyard tension

Reckmann hydraulic roller furler for headsail

Headsail electric furling buttons at pedestal

Additional electric mainsheet winch control buttons at helm

Sails

All by North

Mainsail, Spectra (2016)

Genoa, Spectra (2016)

Staysail (2006)

Spinnaker with sock (2006)

Additional Equipment

60lb CQR anchor

60H Danforth spare anchor

Mooring lines

Fenders

Boathook

Anchor light with cable

Winch handles

Bosun's chair

Flag pole

Fire extinguishers

Fire extinguishing system in engine and generator space

2 x jackstays

Canvas covers for interior floor boards

Slip covers for saloon seats and nav station seat

Padded cover for saloon tables

Remote control for anchor windlass in cockpit

Niro Peterson, 60m, stainless steel anchor chain

Horseshoe life buoy with lights mounted on stern rail

MOM mkVIII A

Chubb safe in aft cabin

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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Yeoman Yachts

T: +1 401 846 1090

E: keith@yeomanyachts.com

Yeoman Yachts LLC

Newport, Rhode Island, United States

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