The Swan 391 was designed for consistent all-around performance. 52 hulls were built between 1981 and 1987.
She has a reputation as being a "solid" sailing yacht in all points of sail. In 1999 The teak decks were replaced and a NEW PERKINS M50 49HP ENGINE. Many additional upgrades have been done including standing rod rigging and running rigging, Balmar alternator, Lofrans windlass, custom radar pole on backstay with Questus gimbaled mount and full boat cover. Hull painted with Awlgrip in 2000 and all new electrical wiring and plumbing done recently.
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Spectra full-batten main with two reef points
Spectra 140% genoa
Dacron full-batten main
Dacron 110% jib
Dacron 140% genoa
Dacron 90% jib
Dacron storm jib & try-sail
Two asymmetrical spinnakers, with one ATN sock
Beginning aft, the owner's cabin features a double & single berth. Next forward is the galley to port and full size navigation station to starboard with the main companionway entrance/engine box on centerline. The main salon has settes both sides which can aslo be used as sea berths. Pilot berth to starboard and bookshelves to port. Head is forward along with guest cabin, with two single berths with a V-filler piece for full double.
Perkins Prima 4 cylinder diesel, installed in 1999.
Easy engine access .
Engine hours are approximately 650 hours.
Single lever controls both throttle and transmission.
The shaft seal is a dripless unit, and a flexible coupling is installed at the transmission to prop shaft.
The propellor is a 2-blade 21 inch diameter feathering unit with stainless steel propshaft.
The galley is located aft to port next to the companionway. Force 10 3-burner stove and oven with wooden cover is connected to a LPG locker in the cockpit. The refrigeration system is a Grunet water-cooled unit, powered by the DC electrical system. The sinks are twin units with pressure water, as well as a foot pumps for fresh water and salt water. Plenty of drawers, lockers and cabinets will take provisions and galley gear. Exhaust fan removes cooking odors.
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.