For Sale: Swan 48 - CATCH 22
|Location||Marblehead, MA - USA|
|LOA||48 ft 0 in|
|Beam||14 ft 2 in|
|Draft||9 ft 5 in|
|Keel||Fin (L) Bulb|
|Engine||Volvo MD22 - 57HP|
Catch 22 is a spectacular example of this popular Swan 48 model. Originally set up for more perfromance than her standard sistership, including a deeper keel and carbon mast. Perfectly set up for family sailing with 4 single bunks aft and the master double cabin forward.
White gel coat.
Solid fiberglass laminate using Vinylester resin.
Single medium blue sheer and waterline stripes.
Black bottom paint, stripped.
Regatta fin keel with “L” bulb to optimize righting moment and upwind speed.
Flush mounted through hull fittings.
Viewing port over propeller.
Teak decks overlaid onto cored fiberglass deck.
Teak toe rail.
Gel coat over fiberglass for all areas not covered with teak.
Double medium blue deck combing stripes.
Stainless steel stem head fitting with double anchor roller.
Stainless steel bow and stern rails and stanchions.
Stainless steel lifeline gates port and starboard.
2 x pair of mooring cleats.
3 x pair mooring chocks each with rollers to resist chafing.
Lewmar Concept 2 Ocean electric windlass with chain gypsy mounted on deck with hand held remote control.
Anchor locker forward with separate chain locker drained to hull sides.
Stainless steel bar in locker for line storage.
4 x deck hatches.
Forward and aft companionways.
Halyard bail forward of mast.
Stainless steel hand rails on coachroof.
Dodger over forward companionway.
Dodger over forward end of aft cockpit.
2 x cockpit lockers to floor level.
8 x opening ports.
4 x fixed ports.
1 x gang of 6 Spinlock clutches to starboard.
1 x gang of 5 Spinlock clutches to port.
1 x pair genoa tracks each with double blocks
Genoa car pullers leading to clutches aft.
Mainsheet traveler track with adjusters port and starboard.
Pedestal steering with stainless steel wheel with elkhide over.
Stainless steel crash bar over pedestal.
2 x cup holders.
Carbon antenna post aft to starboard with Questus radar mount, KVH Tracphone and other antennas.
Dinghy outboard davit on antenna post.
Outboard bracket on stern rail.
Fold down helm seat forms steps to water.
Winch handle storage receivers in forward cockpit.
4 x pair of Wichard “D” hooks strategically mounted on each side deck.
1 x Wichard “D” hook mounted on deck house.
All Lewmar brushed aluminum.
2 x #54ST, 2 speed, halyard and utility either side of forward companionway.
1 x #54ST, 2 speed, electric mainsheet to starboard of aft companionway.
1 x #55ST, 3 speed, mainsheet to port of aft companionway.
2 x #66ST, 3 speed, electric primary.
2 x #66ST, 3 speed, secondary and checkstay.
Sleeps 6 in 2 sleeping cabins, 2 in the forward cabin and 6 in the aft cabin. Sleeps 2 more in the saloon on the settees for a total of 8. Teak and Holly cabin sole. Hand rubbed, varnished, teak veneer over marine ply furniture with solid or laminated teak trim except as noted. Vinyl headliner.
Used as the master cabin by the present owner. “V” berth double bunk with filler. Padded upholstery each side. Overhead lockers port, starboard and forward. Lockers under aft end of bunk. Shelves port and starboard. Hanging locker aft to starboard. Seat aft of bunk and to starboard.
Located aft of the forward cabin and on the port side, en suite. White gel coated fiberglass unit to half height. Teak shower grate. Manual Jabsco head. Sink with hot and cold pressure water. Telephone type shower. Lockers outboard. Mirror. Handrail. Clothes hooks.
“L” shaped settee to port surrounding the fixed dining table. Drinks locker and electrical panel under the table. 2 independent chairs inboard with quick pins to the floor to secure them underway. Straight settee to starboard. Lockers and shelving outboard port and starboard. Sony TV forward to starboard. Lockers behind settee backrests. Tanks under each settee.
Located aft of the saloon and on the starboard side, facing forward. Drawers under forward. Chart table with hinged lid to access chart and other storage. Locker aft and outboard. Hanging locker aft and inboard converted to a shelf locker.
Located on the port side and in the walkway to the aft cabin. The companionway stairs separate the navigation station and the galley. Engine access is under the stairs, via a panel in the galley and via a panel in the aft head. Trash locker, locker and drawers forward. Front loading Iceberg engine driven and Isotherm AC driven fridge forward followed aft by the 3 burner with oven 3 burner gimballing stove. Exhaust fan over stove. Sharp Carousel microwave oven over and outboard of the stove. Aft again is the top load freezer. On the inboard side of the galley there are 2 stainless steel sinks with water tanks vents draining into them. 2 x foot pumps for sea and fresh water to the sinks. Draining dish rack over the sinks.
Located aft and accessed via the galley. 2 x single bunks, 1 to port and 1 to starboard each with lee boards. 2 x additional single bunks on drop down and adjustable pipe bunks. Hanging lockers forward, port and starboard. Steps to aft cockpit on centerline. Cockpit table stored behind steps. Lockers on centerline. Mirror forward.
Located forward and to starboard of the aft cabin. White gel coated fiberglass unit to half height. Teak shower grate. Manual Jabsco head. Sink with hot and cold pressure water. Telephone type shower. Lockers outboard. Mirror. Handrail. Clothes hooks.
Volvo Penta MD22, 57HP.
Engine controls starboard side of aft cockpit.
3 x blade Max prop.
Dual Separ 2000 fuel/water separators.
PLUMBING and VENTILATION
Hot and cold pressure water in heads and galley.
Hot and cold fresh water shower at swim platform.
Fresh and sea water wash down at anchor locker for anchor.
Dorade vent with 2 x cowls plus a mushroom vent forward of the mast.
8 x fans throughout the interior.
Isotemp 6 gallon water heater.
Spectra Catalina 24volt watermaker.
Espar D5W diesel forced air cabin heater with controls for each cabin.
Manual bilge pump in cockpit.
Edson 18GPM high capacity manual bilge pump in saloon.
Electric bilge pump in saloon.
110volt AC and 24volt DC systems.
110volt and 12volt outlets in interior.
2 x shore power deck plugs, 1 x 220volt, 50Hz, 50amp, 1 x 115volt, 60Hz, 50amp.
Aqua signal navigation lights.
Electric winch and windlass shut off switch in cockpit.
Cockpit speakers in aft cockpit.
Deck lights under lower spreaders.
Steaming light on mast.
Red interior lights.
Mastervolt Heart Interface Freedom model 20 inverter/charger.
At chart table:
Dell screen with keyboard.
B&G 2000 wind, speed and depth screen.
Standard Horizon, Quantum GX5500S VHF.
KVH Fleet Broadband telephone and data connection.
Link 2000 Xantrex battery charger/inverter remote control.
USB port panel with 4 x USB ports and 2 x data ports.
AC and DC electrical panel.
Furuno FS-1562-25 SSB.
2 x B&G 2000 FFDs in aft cabin.
At helm station and other:
Furuno Navnet 3D.
B&G Hydra autopilot in cockpit.
3 x 20/20 B&G screens below gooseneck.
2 x 2000 B&G FFD screens over aft companionway.
1 x B&G analogue screen over aft companionway.
B&G wand at mast head.
Carbon mast, Offshore Spars, triple spreader, black painted with trysail track.
Carbon boom, black painted.
Stainless steel rod rigging (replaced 2006, checked 2013).
Inner forestay stowable at mast (replaced 2006).
2 x spinnaker halyards.
2 x headsail halyards.
1 x mainsail halyard.
1 x staysail halyard.
Lazyjacks for the mainsail.
All running rigging lines at the mast run aft to mid cockpit.
Navtec hydraulic boom vang, backstay and mainsail outhaul.
Spinnaker pole track on front of mast with bayonet fitting.
Harken roller furling for headsail.
Carbon spinnaker pole stored on starboard side deck.
Bowsprit pole attaches to stemhead fitting for asymmetrical spinnakers.
Windex at mast head.
Lightning diffuser at mast head.
Hailer on forward side of mast.
Mainsail, Doyle Stratis ICE (2015).
Mainsail, cruising (2013).
Genoa, 140% (2015).
Genoa racing #1 (2009).
Jib, cruising high cut (2014).
Asymmetrical spinnaker (2012).
Storm trysail (2009).
Storm jib (2009).
45LB CQR mounted on stem head fitting.
350’ x 3/8 chain.
Fortress FX85 anchor.
20’ x 3/8 chain and 175’ rode.
Switlick 6 x person liferaft in canister located forward of the main companionway. Last serviced 2014.
Lifesling on stern rail.
MOM 8 on stern rail.
3 x fire extinguishers.
Fireboy fire extinguisher in the engine room.
EPIRB 406Mhz ACR Global Fix Pro.
Maintenance and upgrade history over the past 5 years:
New electric heads (winter 2016/17)
New rudder bearings (winter 2016/17)
New Lewmar autopilot drive.
New halyards and sheets, jammers rebuilt.
New heads and all head hoses.
New LED foredeck and steaming light.
Replaced Espar heater with new model (works fine!).
Refrigeration/Freezer compressor units replaced/rebuilt.
New Force 10 stove.
Installed pantry in place of wet locker (can be easily convertible back).
New Force 10 Stove
Bilge and water pumps replaced.
B&G Instruments replaced and firmware upgrades.
Life raft deck cradle.
New drive isolator, motor mounts
Bottom completely stripped, barrier-coated, primed, sprayed with Petit Vivid black
Rig survey by Hall; new inner forestay.
All LED lighting.
More elegant ORAS faucets in heads.
Wind generator (not on boat now).
Rig survey by Hall; new inner forestay.
Lifeline gates port and starboard.
Bimini (new cloth 2015).
Boat sun shade.
All new electronics: Furuno Time Zero; radar, AIS-B, Fax, SatWeather, VHF-DSC.
Questus mount for radar.
Nav station renewed, with place for laptop.
Inmarsat Fleet Broadband voice and Internet.
Outboard engine hoist on radar post.
Balmar 100Amp/24v alternator with 624 regulator.
LED Boom light installed.
Harken roller furler rebuilt.
Engine starter replaced, with spare rebuilt.
Engine valve belt.
Heat exchanger replaced.
Prop shaft end to end rebuilt, balanced, painted with prop-speed.
Water maker rebuilt.
Bottom stripped and painted with epoxy barrier (four coats) and Petit Vivid (two coats) (2015).
Winches rebuilt, spares on board.
SSB sent to Furuno for checkout.
Link 2000 charge controller replaced.
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.