|Prix||€2 750 000|
|Matériau de la coque||Fibre de verre|
|Statut en matière fiscale||Taxe payée|
|Longueur Hors Tout||24.89 m|
|Longueur à la flottaison||21.26 m|
|Tirant d'eau max.||4.3 m|
|Type de quille||Aileron|
|Type de moteur||Inbord|
|Marque du moteur||Cummins|
|Modèle de moteur||6BTA 5.9M2|
|Année du moteur||2006|
|Type d'entraînement||Prise directe|
|Type d'hélice||3 pales|
|Heures de moteur||4184|
|Réservoirs de carburant||1750 litres|
|Réservoirs à eau douce||1200 litres|
|Réservoirs eau noire||2 x 60 litres|
|Capacité radeau de survie||8|
This Nautor's Swan 82-010 FD "Grey Goose" has been built for two defined missions. One is luxurious and short handed family cruising with performance but without any stress on deck. The second mission is competitive racing in all conditions inshore as well as offshore and even transatlantic racing.
She is not a pure race boat, even more, she demonstrates the real Swan DNA by accomplishing both missions in a perfect manner being comfortable, sea worthy and very fast.
Even if she seams to be quite racing oriented in some aspects Grey Goose has spent roughly 85% of the owners sailing time in Family Cruising mode.
An extensive upgrade program of several hundred thousands euros in Winter 2008 added a lot of value to the boat. Complete retrofit to Futures Fibres PBO standing rigging combined with fitting a carbon fibre headstay foil represents a total weight saving of 300kg out of the rig. Consequently, fitting a new high performance racing T-keel designed by Frers brought down the centre of gravity and improved acceleration, pointing angles and slot keeping dramatically. The sail wardrobe is complete both for Racing and for Cruising. Grey Goose is undoubtedly in outstanding mint conditions. Although many upgrades came out of racing needs most of them enlarge as well the fun factor in Cruising like less pitching, fast acceleration and direct steering.
In the summer of 2012 Grey Goose underwent a second extensive refit. This included upgrading the standing rigging to Southern Spars EC6 continuous carbon rigging, painting the hull topsides and aft cockpit, upgrading to VSAT satellite communications, a new generator, as well as many other upgrades and improvements. Grey Goose has been rigorously maintained by her owner to keep pace with the numerous technological advancements in luxury yacht construction since her launch. This gives her a modern, contemporary feel, comparable to the very latest generation of Swan yachts.
In the winter/spring of 2016 a new Hall Spars high modulus carbon fibre mast (same dimensions as her original mast) has been installed with four low profile spreaders, giving more strength and reducing weight with approx. another 350 kg and use of halyards slots. EC6 standing rigging (2012) checked. The new mast has made a considerable improvement in upwind and overall performance.
In September 2017 her mast was stepped down for the 5 year service of the EC6 rigging and fully serviced. Winter period 2017/18; major generator service (5000 hrs.) and 2/18 haul-out for new antifouling.
The hull is of single skin construction using glass/aramid hybrid fibre reinforced vinylester laminate with carbon fibre reinforcements. A high proportion of the fibres are unidirectional, giving a stiff laminate with excellent strength and fatigue properties. Structural bulkheads are of Nomex honey comb cored carbon fibre epoxy pre-preg construction and laminated to hull and deck
Hull coating was re-painted with AlexSeal Premium Topcoat system in September 2012, RAL 7011.
Uncoloured gelcoat used below waterline, epoxy primer and white antifouling.
The entire underwater ship has been re- faired to achieve a perfect race finish.
New antifouling has been applied annually.
The deck is a carbon fiber pre-preg sandwich construction with a Nomex honeycomb core and glued to the hull.
High-density core or solid laminate under the deck fittings. Coach roof, deckhouse and cockpits of glass fibre reinforced vinylester with low density foam core.
Double coaming stripes in grey.
Stainless jib sheet tracks with Harken cars.
Inboard tracks with end stops and cars with slide rods and pin stops for staysail.
Tracks extended aft to be used for jib as well.
On fore deck hinged hatch to deck stowage and anchor windless.
Flush hinged sail hatch and open able deck hatches of composite constructions.
64kg CQR anchor in carbon fibre folding arm with 100 m Sanguinetti Chaivari mooring winch on foredeck with pop up mooring cleats forward and aft.
Pad eyes for sail storage and safety harness.
Removable stainless steel foot rest two pcs on foredeck and one on aft deck.
2 x Harken B1111.3 STEA primary winches (carbon coffee grinders for primary winches in racing mode click in/click off solution)
2 x Harken B990.3 STEA secondary winches
2 x Harken B990.3 STEAH halyard winches
2 x Harken B70.2 STEAH additional halyard winches
Interior woodwork is done in Teak with hand rubbed satin finish. Bulkhead panels have horizontal grains . White painted MDF panels in two guest cabins on port side. Main saloon sofas, chairs and nav seat are recently covered with linen/cotton fabric in beige in 2012. Stbd salon sofa was also modified to improve design and comfort. Galley counter tops in Corian Glacier white. Toilets and showers counter tops in Corian Glacier white
Crew area for three with toilet/shower in front followed by Galley on Stb side open to Saloon.
Comfortable forward guest cabin on Port side with double bed and pullman berth above and toilet/head forward.
Main saloon area with dining table on Port side and coffee table Stb followed by Nav area facing forward. Both salon tables replaced with new in Autumn 2012. Guest cabin midship Port side has two single berths each side and pullman above outside - toilet/head follo
Guest cabin on Stb side aft with one wide berth and locker space below. Toilet/shower access by guest cabin and companionway.
Owners cabin aft with double bed and bathroom with seperated shower
Four burner gas stove with oven and extractor hood over electric oven/Microwave - Panasonic
260L upper refrigerator,
100L lower refrigerator and
175L freezer, Iceberg units.
Insulated 24V cooling box for vegetables under Galley floorboards
Washer/Dryer, Miele WT 946
integrated Dishwasher Miele G618-3 SCVi
Waste disposal unit, 55 in-sink-erator
Icemaker, Raritan connected to pressure water system
B&G Hercules Grand Prix Race Base Pack
Halcyon Gyro compass with processor
Paddelwheel speed sensor
Barometric pressure sensor
7pcs Hercules FFD-Displays
5 pce 40/40 Mastdisplays
Furuno NavNet TZ touch radar/plotter (2014)
Comar CSB200 AIS transponder
Furuno GPS/WAAS receiver
Furuno GPS/DGPS/WAAS receiver
Furuno Navtex receiver
Set of C-Map Nt MAX sea charts
Autopilot systems: B&G Hydra/Hercules 3000 (upgraded 2011)
HP Elite 8300 for navigation and communication (2014)
MaxSea Timezero Explorer (2014)
Outdoor touchscreen Nauticomp Infinity II 15”, one screen on port pedestal
one screen on starboard side pedestal
Local area network
Communications Systems: KVH mini-VSAT installed autumn 2012, including 2 x Bang & Olufsen internal handsets
Sat com, Iridium Sailor SC 400 Voice/Data
Sailor RT5022 GMDSS VHF class A
2 x Icom IC – M36 Handheld VHF
Inmarsat C, Thrane & Thrane
4G antenna internet access.
Latest Electronic Upgrades: WLAN network installed
Active AIS Class B transceiver
Deckman 9 racing software
Upgraded DGPS antenna Leica MX421B-10 for ultra accurate positioning
Entertainment Systems: Widescreen Samsung D8000 3D Smart TV, upgraded 2012
Bose Lifestyle 48
B&W loudspeaker in ceiling, one set in forward
guest cabin, aft guest cabin, skipper’s cabin and owners cabin.
Cockpit loundspeaker are Bose 131 in aft cockpit,
Sony XS-MP6 installed in forward cockpit.
Ipod/MP3 connections in all cabins
Crew cabin: Sharp LCD TV LCD 15SH1
Radio/CD/DVD/MP3 player, Sony MEX-R1
Engine & Systems
Cummins 180 hp diesel main engine, model 6BTA 5.9M2, 4184 running hours (6/16), shaft drive, Bruntons 3-blade folding prop, cruising speed under power 9,5-10 knots, consuming approx. 18 ltr/hr.
MaxPower R300/15 (15 hp) hydraulic bowthruster, with PTO on genset
HEM watermaker, producing approx. 180 ltr/hr.
Bosch-Rexroth hydraulic pack for; furler, windlass, boom-vang and swim platform.
Hella turbo fans 17pcs in all cabins and two in Galley
Condaria Air conditioning for all cabins reverse cycle unit including separate shore power inlet plus additional
Eberspächer Hydraunic 10 heater for all cabins
Rig & Sails
Hall Spars mast (new 2016) is built in high modulus carbon fibre and painted white, four spreader masthead rig with 18 degrees swept back spreaders. EC6 carbon standing rigging replaced 2012.
Carbon bracket for 5 mast displays B&G Vertical masthead unit 1450 mm Offshore Spars Park Avenue Boom (new boom fitted in Spring 2013) third reef position in the boom with hardware on mast and deck Spinnaker gear Constant diameter jockey pole with bayonet fittings on mast. Highest quality rope material. Navtec mast hydraulic panel System 8 for backstay, outhaul, jib halyard, inner fore stay and boom vang, two boom vang quick releases, upgraded boom vang, DC motor pump connected to Navtec panel for push-button hydraulic power.
All from North Sails Italy/UK.
Cruising main, 2012, 3DL taffeta, full batten
Trisail, 2006, Spectra
Jib #2, 2016, 105% 3DI,
Jib #4, 2008, 90% 3DL taffeta, furling
Storm jib, 2006, Spectra
Staysail (on furler) 2012 Spectra
Code Zero, 2015, Cuban fibre
A4 Spinnaker, 2009, Superkote
All from North Sails Italy/UK.
Jib #5, 2006, 3DL with taffeta
A1, 2009, Superlight
A1.5, 2009, Superkote
A2, 2008, Superkote
A4, 2009, Superkote
A7, 2006, Maxlite
Code Zero, 2008, Dyneema
Spinnaker staysail, 2009, Dyneema
3 x BFA 8 person valise liferafts
2 x Jonbuoy MOMs
2 x EPIRBS
2 x Personal EPIRBS
10 x Person AIS beacons
18 x Secumar 275N lifejackets
8 x Spinlock deckvest lifejacktes
Emergency VHF antenna
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change,or withdrawal without notice