There is a white lacquered mast and swinging boom to use for lifting and storing the tender on the aft flybridge area. The mast also houses the navigation light, radar, aerials and spotlight mountings.
BENETEAU SWIFT TRAWLER 44
Built by Beneteau France in 2013 to 2014 Model/ Specification
ARCHITECTS / DESIGNERS
Naval Architect: M. JOUBERT & B. NIVELT - BENETEAU POWER
Design: P. FRUTSCHI
•Category B: 12 people
Category C: 14 people
GRP hull deck and superstructure
Hull in Marine Blue Gel-Coat
Teak decks to bathing platform, cockpit, and side-decks
Manual lift/ loading boom on flybridge
Starboard side access door next to helm seat
LOA: 13.88m (45'6")
BEAM: 4.25m (13'11")
DRAFT: 1.05m (3'5")
AIR DRAFT: 3.86m (12'8") with mast folded
AIR DRAFT: 7.76m (25'6") with mast in position
LIGHT DISPLACEMENT: 10,870 kg (23,957 lbs)
With a unanimously acclaimed hull, the Swift Trawler 44 adapts to all sea conditions and can reach a top speed of 24 knots. Its starboard walkway and flybridge ladder are well protected.
All figures are approximate
Interior woodwork is Alpi Teak.
The huge flybridge lounge together with her big interior galley, and many storage facilities, increases the living spaces on board. The central driving station has outstanding visibility. The pleasure of cruising is a joy to be shared on the Swift Trawler 44 flybridge!
The flybridge is self draining and access is via a staircase form the cockpit. Stainless steel pulpits surrounds the aft flybridge area. The helm is central and includes engine controls, dials and navigation electronics, as well as a stainless steel steering wheel with two individual pilot seats. The flybridge saloon area has an "L" shaped seating area and a the lounge bench seat opposite these are separated by a removable wooden table, at the top of the flybridge stairway there is a wet bar and refrigerator.
LIFE ON BOARD
The large Saloon area has a linear settee to starboard which very easily converts into a double berth, along with a dividing rail and curtain that separates the galley and helm-station from the Saloon this creates two extra private berths. Additionally in the saloon there are two directors chairs and a six place fold out dining table that is mobile and can be completely removed from the saloon there are a selection of cabinets to port that offer substantial storage. There is a great feeling of light and openness throughout the saloon due to the large all around windows and narrow mullions, the saloon area is enclosed with a triple sliding door.
Large hull portholes bathe the cabins in natural light.
The convertible sofa with separating curtain turns the saloon into private space creating a third cabin in a few seconds.
The huge cockpit is a true living space, where you can shelter from the sun, wind and rain thanks to a protecting roof.
The 'U' shaped galley is forward on the port side with a large opening window. The counter tops and twin sink covers are in white Corian the twin sinks are in stainless steel with mixer taps, the galley is fitted with a gas oven and a 3 burner gas hob,
a top opening fridge and a selection drawers and storage cupboards.
The interior helm benefits from a vertical glass windscreen with aluminium frames, an anti reflective coating and windscreen wipers with washers and demisters. The instrument panel includes all navigation electronics, engine dials and controls and steering wheel.
The owners cabin is forward and has a generous double berth with large stowage underneath, to both sides of the berth there are two full length lockers one to port and one to starboard. A door leads to the en-suite heads compartment, with a Quiet flush electric toilet, separate shower with fold down seat over WC, stowage and mirror with back lighting.
The guest cabin to port and has a large double berth, there is plenty of stowage in drawers and cupboards, as well as under the berth.
The day heads is opposite the guest cabin and has a Quiet flush electric toilet, shower, stowage and mirror with back lighting.
Raymarine Hybrid Touch GPS, Chart plotter - Dual station
Raymarine ST70 Auto pilot - Dual station
Raymarine 4k Digital Radar
Raymarine VHF, DSC
Galley with gas cooker
TV in saloon
Dual station bow and stern thruster
Teak to cockpit and starboard side walkway
Teak on flybridge
White vinyl covers to flybridge area
External lower helm window covers
Diesel forced air heating WEBASTO
Additional 37 litre galley top fridge
Additional fridge under pilot seat
Waterproof loudspeakers to flybridge
Extra fridge under Wet-bar
Dinghy with electric outboard
Mast with mounted instruments
White Lacquered manual operated loading boom
Anchor with chain and warp
1000W Vertical electric windlass control from bow, flybridge and wheelhouse
Fenders and Warps
Deck Search light
Deck wash pump
Shore freshwater supply
TWIN VOLVO D4 300HP DIESEL ENGINES
Cruising speed: 18 knots approximately
Maximum speed: 24 knots approximately
Engine Hours: Approximately 620 (as of JUNE 2022)
Shaft drive to four blade propellers
Volvo on-board computer
Electric Trim Tabs
Bowthruster (dual station control)
Stern thruster (dual station control)
2 x 12v 140amp/hr service batteries
4 x 12v 50amp/hr engine start batteries
2 x 12v 50amp/hr bowthruster batteries
2x 12v 50amp/hr sternthruster batteries
2 x 25amp/hr battery chargers
Shore power 230V AC / 50HZ
Fuel tank: 1,400 litres
Water tank: 640 litres
Holding tank: 120 litres
Hot and cold pressurised water throughout
42 litre water heater from engine exchanger
Hot and cold cockpit shower
All figures are approximate