Designer : Sparkman & Stephens

Typ : Swan 55/013, Slup version

Design No.: # 2012.1

gebaut: 1972 bei Nautor / Finnland

L: 16,65m,  Br: 4,33m, Tg: 2,60m

Belegung: max 8 Personen

Liegeplatz: Bornholm

Revier: Ostsee, Kattegat, Nordsee,

 

 

 

 

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Flagge: Dänemark

Yachtwerft : Nautor / Finnland

Produktions-Start : 1970

Produktions Ende : 1974

Version : Slup 6 / Yawl 10

No Built : 16 in total

 
DESIGNER: Sparman & Stephens
S&S Design No.: # 2012.1
GENERAL DIMENSION
Sloop, Hull 013:
54.63 ft
16.65 m
Yawl Loa: 55.25 ft 16.84 m
Lwl:
38.48 ft
11.73 m
Beam:
14.21 ft
4.33 m
Draft:
8.5 ft
2.6 m
Ballast:
17000 lbs
7700 kg
Displacement:
45600 lbs
20700 kg
Antifouled area:
590 ft²
55 m²
ON BOARD SYSTEMS
Fuel:
80 gal(US)
300 l
Fresh water:
125.6 gal(US)
475 l
Service power:
12 v, 315 ah
 
Engine:
Yanmar4JHS – HTE, 75HP
Propeller
3 bladed vario prop
Mast & Rigg
Nautor, 2 spreader
Reckmann furling system headsail
SAIL PLAN
Sloop    
I:
63 ft
19.2 m
J:
22 ft
6.71 m
P:
57 ft
17.37 m
E:
20.5 ft
6.25 m
Fore triangle: 693 ft² 64.4 m²
Main: 584.3 ft² 54.3 m²
Genoa 150%:
1039 ft²
96.6 m²
Spinnaker:
2495 ft²
232 m²

 

Getriebe:
Dieseltank: 240 ltr. in two tanks
Warmwatertank: 20 ltr
Holdingtank: 63 ltr
Freshwatertank: 600 ltr in 5 tanks
Deckslayout SWAN 55/13 – “THYRA”

Main anchor: 55 Kgs Rocna and 80 mtr 1/2″ chain
Second ancor: 35 kgs Danforth and 50 mtr Line, 10m 1/2″ chain
Lewmar Falcon winch
1 Spinnakerpole
6 ST Winches on deck
6 Fender 
4 Cleats
Preventer
1 Boathook

In the Cockpitt
Primary winches: Harken 90 ST electrical
Secondary winches: Barlow…?
Winch for main: Harken 80 ST electrical
Holmatro panel for hydrualic boomvang and aftstay
Depth, vindspeed, SOG and vinddirection is all analog and located on the bulkhead
Autopilotcontroller and Bowstruster remote
 
Winches: Lewmar Ocean Series ST on deck – Harken electrical primary and mainsail
Reckmann rollersystem on headstay
Hydraulic backstay
Harken mainsail Battcar system
Lazypack
Two reefs in main
Navigation and Instruments
Even though we want to keep every thing as simple as possible,
when it comes to navigation and instrumentation its not so easy.
We bought Thyra from a Dutch guy who made a lot of upgrading to her
after many years sailing for ASV In Berlin. But obviously he never got to renew the navigation.
This meant that it was easy for us to pull out the old 7,5 kg PC with 3,5″ floppydisk, pactor modem, VHF without DSC, Navtex, and some other useless stuff… On a new backplate I could now build a nav-area, nice and simple and only with the instrumentation I needed.
Almost all units are B&G and connected via NEMA2000.
Instruments in the nav-station:
V90S VHF Radio.
H50 Wireless handset
Zeus3 9″ Chartplotter
Speaker
AIS
B&G NAC-3 Autopilotcomputer
B&G Ram T3 – Hydraulic driveunit
B&G Triton2 controller
Icom SSB Radio
Batterimonitor
Victron Charger/Inverter remote
Safety and comfort on board
I like this headline as safety and comfort a long way is very close connected.
Let me start to comment on the ships safety equipment and then I will be talking
about the equipment that adds to our comfort, and as a matter of this, also to our safety.
Because S/Y Thyra is a commercial sailing vessel approved to carry up to 12 passangers a lot of safety regulations has to be followed.
Some of the following things might seem a bit overkill, but that is the reason.
This is what we got:
SOLAS “B” approved Viking liferaft 16 persons
2 SOLAS approved lifering, one with light, one with line
6 SOLAS approved Baltic inflatable lifevests
3 SOLAS approved Viking inflatable lifevests for kids
Emergency power for radio and navigational lights
MOB brace
Sufficient amount of pyroteknik
AIS-SART
EPIRB
Lifelines from cockpit to front
Hookingpoints for lifelines I cockpitt
Max Power rejectable bow truster
Ebersprecher D5 heater
3,4 m Humber RIB
9,9 HP Mercury outboard – Will be updated to Yamaha 25 HP