|Saltmakers house, Hamble Point Marina, Southampton, Hampshire, SO31 4NB, UK|
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Hamble Hampshire UK
2005 Swordsman 30 is No.2 of Swordsman's award-winning powerboat based on the classic Fairey Spearfish hull and is ready for a new home. Based on the successful Fairey Spearfish design, this modern version outshines the original. The engine of this Swordsman 30 has been uprated and the addition of a bow thruster makes this boat very maneuverable.
The Swordsman 30 is a great boat for Coastal cruising and long weekends. She can sleep 4 comfortably and the cockpit is large enough to entertain more.
In addition to a spray hood, she has a full cockpit enclosure cover keeping her in pristine condition all year long. She has a new teak deck and updated chart plotted.
This Swordsman 30 benefits from a number of extras, including; heating, bow thruster and an electric anchor windlass. New batteries and charger November 2022.
REVELATION is hull number 2 she was originally built for an accomplished yachtsman as a Solent weekender and run-around, she is now offered for sale by her second equally experienced and careful owner with a new teak deck and having been regularly engine main agent serviced and other maintenance work carried out by original builder's engineer. She was used in the trials prior to the Swordsman 30 being awarded traditional boat of the year 2007.
REVELATION is British Registered and is privately owned with UK VAT paid. She is superbly equipped and has been lightly used.
|No. of engines:||1|
|Cruising Speed:||28 knots|
|Length over all:||30'|
|Length at waterline:||26'|
|Draft, drive up:||1'|
|Hull material:||Glass Fibre|
|Hull type:||Deep Vee|
|Fuel capacity:||480 Litres|
|Water capacity:||110 Litres|
Deck moulding and deep "V" hull laminated with isophthalic resin, chopped strand mat, and woven rovings with foam core stiffening topsides and deck.
All bottom stringers, longitudinals and engine beds are constructed to the same standards as used in the original production Fairey Spearfish.
Hull to deck laminated together to provide strength and ensure watertight joint, three sets of spray rails to ensure a dry ride.
The large cockpit area is finished in laid teak. Hinges and catches to engine hatch and lazarette are stainless steel, flush fitting with discreet fastenings. Plenty of locker space beneath cockpit seating. Bucket seats with lift-up bolster for helmsman and navigator.
Laid teak to side decks and foredeck all teak is solid and bonded to the GRP deck with no visible fastenings. 6 substantial, custom-made stainless-steel bollards for mooring lines.
Laid teak on deck and cockpit sole
Custom-made teak mast with signal halyards
Custom-made windshield with stainless steel handrail
Custom-made stainless-steel windows
Stainless steel pulpit & aft quarter rails
2W teak rubbing strake all round
Large teak laid bathing platform with boarding ladder
Stainless steel handrails on cabin tops
Stainless steel handrail on window
Six large stainless steel bollard cleats
Stainless steel anchor roller and stowage for anchor
Self-draining anchor locker with easy access
Two Lewmar hatches
Easy open water and fuel deck fillers
Port starboard stern steaming and anchor lights
Wide side decks
Electric windlass with cockpit control
Stainless steel Bruce type anchor with chain
Blue cockpit tent with access port & stbd
Ultrasound antifouling system runs off 12v system and significantly reduces fouling, particularly in the hard-to-access jet drive.
Nicolle Associates 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.
This vessel is UK VAT paid.
As always photographs do not do justice so a viewing is highly recommended.
This boat is lying in Hamble, Southampton.
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