Tranquillité
Swan 46 Mk 1
PRICE
$160,000 USD
LENGTH
47ft 1in
YEAR
1984
TYPE
Sail

Nautor Swan stepped in as the premier high-quality builder in the 1970s, building boats to a quality, not price, level. The fact that so many are still sailing today around the world stands as testimony to their quality. The company also has had a knack for picking the right designer at the right time. In 1983, that was German Frers. Tranquillité is hull number 37 of 46, launched in June 1985. The current, second owner, has had the boat for more than 30 years.

Frers’ elegant curves were executed perfectly by Nautor, with the wedge shaped house with the famous blue accent. The teak decks come together giving the classic Swan look. Tranquillité has the tall double spreader Nautor built rig and standard deep keel, giving her the power to sail well in any conditions. Dual genoa tracks, a removable mid-stay and runners provide excellent sailing options and control. Tranquillité has competed and won, including winning the 2004 Vic-Maui Race on corrected time.

Below decks Tranquillité features the standard Swan interior, with a large a comfortable aft cabin with an island double. The renowned Nautor woodwork remains beautiful. The galley, navigation station and main salon are all spacious and complete. There are two heads, one for the aft stateroom and one forward. Forward there are upholstered and comfortable fold-up berths, providing both storage and comfortable sleeping.

  • Repowered with naturally aspirated 48KW Vetus Hyundai 4.65.
  • Offshore equipped
  • Hall Spars carbon spinnaker pole
  • Liferaft
  • Espar forced air heat
  • Vic-Maui Winner 
Specifications
Name of vessel Tranquillité
Model Swan 46 Mk 1
Year 1984
Builder Nautor Swan
Designer German Frers
Price $160,000 USD
Location Seattle, WA
Length (feet) 47
Beam (feet) 14.4
Draft (feet) 8.25
Displacement (pounds) 31300
Ballast (pounds) 11400
Engine model Vetus VH4.65
Engine horsepower 63
Engine hours 990
Fuel tank capacity (gallons) 100
Water tank capacity (gallons) 100
Holding tank capacity (gallons)
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Interior Accommodations
Tranquillité is a Mark I Swan 46 with a 2–cabin layout. The aft cabin has a centerline double bed and en-suite head compartment. The galley is to port of the companionway and the navigation station is opposite to starboard. There is a pilot berth to port and two settee berths in the salon. The forward cabin has a separate head and two upholstered pipe berths. Tranquillité’s interior is beautifully finished in the highest quality components in the typical style of Nautor Swan. The interior finish is Nautor’s “Golden Brown” hand rubbed, satin varnished teak. The cabin sole is varnished teak & holly. All panels lift to reveal convenient access to areas under foot. Her headliner is white vinyl panels with teak trim. Her layout is well conceived for both serious offshore sailing, entertaining and living aboard – her interior has a spacious feel, but a good handhold is never too far away. Ventilation is good, provided by numerous hatches and opening ports in each cabin.The master stateroom features a centerline double berth with drawers underneath and curved settees on each side. There are two overhead lights and two reading lights at the head of the berth. There are lockers and drawers port & starboard with plenty of storage space. There is a large mirror with hidden fluorescent lighting. A large port opens to the aft cockpit for easy communication & food passage. An en-suite toilet compartment features a Baby Blake head, wash-basin, and hand held shower. There’s an overhead hatch for ventilation. Medicine cabinets, two large mirrors, and teak floor grating complete the set-up.The galley is located in the passageway forward from the master stateroom. The aft end of the counter is a stainless countertop with molded stainless steel sinks, a one hand faucet and stainless drying racks above. There is an overboard drain for utensils in the racks.The sinks have a powered flush system activated by a switch below the countertop. There is a chest of drawers for utensils, teak breadboard, two storage areas behind stove, and large pantry over the engine compartment inboard. Forward is a Force 10 3-burner propane cooktop and oven, with a pan storage below. There is an extractor fan and light over the cooktop. There are two independent refrigeration systems. The front-loading chest level refrigerator is 4.6 cubic feet. A 6.2 cubic foot top opening freezer is located below, with bin system for easy access. Forward, a garbage bin hinges for easy access.The salon is roomy, with a U-shaped settee located on the port side and a straight settee to starboard. There is storage outboard of the settee seat backs. There is a pilot berth to port and lockers, including one with a roll-top, to starboard. A folding teak dining table on centerline accommodates 6-8 people. There is wine storage beneath the table and a liquor locker is located forward to starboard. There is a mid-hatch for light and ventilation. There is a Kenwood stereo, two speakers in the main cabin. A Chelsea brass clock and barometer are mounted on the bulkhead and there are four domes with high/low switches.The forward cabin features two pipe berths, each with its own reading light. There is a large opening hatch to the foredeck. Teak battens line the hull above the berths. Baby Blake toilet, and wash basin with hand held shower. The compartment is finished in an easily maintained white molded shower pan with teak sole grating. A door provides privacy from the main salon.Espar D8LC forced air heater with enlarged ducts(2) Baby Blake toilets

Force 10 three-burner stove 2011.

Salt and fresh water foot pumps

15-liter water heater, AC and engine produced

Shore power and engine driven Iceberg refrigeration

Par water pressure pump

Electrical Systems
24-volt DC and 110v AC electrical systems(2) Dyno 12V (in series) starting batteries 115 amp(4) Surrette Rolls 375 Amp Hour AGM batteriesMcCarron battery chargerE meter galvanic isolator
Electronics & Navigation
ICOM M700 single sidebandICOM VHFFuruno 1734C color radar, custom rear mast mountB&G Halcyon 2 electronic compassACR/RLB-20 Class B 406 Hz EPIRBB&G Hercules 290 boat speed (converted to paddlewheel 1/20)B&G Hercules 290 depth sounder

JVC KD56-40 stereo

Vesper XB-8000 AIS transponder 2020

Autohelm ST 7000 autopilot

Deck & Hull
Typical of Nautor’s Swan, Tranquillité’s fiberglass hull and deck are beautifully finished. Her hull is hand laid fiberglass in polyester resin with the highest quality gelcoat which remains in excellent condition There is a blue molded cove stripe and a blue boot stripe. Her keel is cast lead with stainless bolts. The underbody configuration features moderate deadrise with a fin keel and spade rudder. Her deck is fiberglass with foam core. Double lifelines with stainless steel stanchions, pulpit and pushpit surround the deck. She features a “wedge deck” type cabin house with ample flat spaces and side decks for moving about. Her double cockpit configuration provides space for lots of guests or a racing crew. The companionway to the main cabin is accessed through the forward cockpit, protected by A Breezy Canvas dodger with sturdy handholds. The wheel and engine controls are located at the aft cockpit. Instruments are located at the aft end of the forward cockpit.New cockpit speakers, two 320 W 5 1/4 round MA6500Engine driven refrigeration compressor (rebuilt 2017)Breezy Custom Upholstery companionway dodger (2014)45 lb CQR anchor with 10’ of chain on 180��� of rodeCollapsible Danforth aluminum anchor with 20 ft chain

Gusher bilge pump (rebuilt 2016)

Bronze thru hulls

(4) mooring cleats

(2) midships chocks

Perforated aluminum toerail

Par automatic bilge pump

Whale manual bilge pump under floorboard in main cabin

Manual bilge pump in cockpit

Single lever engine control

Mechanical Systems
Vetus Hyundai 4.65 naturally aspirated, 48KW at 3000 RPM, 990 hoursNautor folding two-blade propellerSpare MaxProp feathering propellerAcoustic baffling throughout in engine compartmentTransmission Hurth HBW250-3RA27.4B (type) ?Cockpit engine control panel with tachometer, oil pressure and coolant temperature gauges, warning lights and alternator status lights, tank gauges. Control panel rebuilt by CSR (2016)
Sails & Rigging
Nautor two-spreader aluminum, painted greyNautor aluminum boom, painted greyAntal low friction mainsail track on mastNavtec 17 hydraulic backstay adjusterNavtec 12 hydraulic boom vangRemovable inner forestay with Hyfield leverHall Spars carbon spinnaker poles, painted white

Warped, Validator and AmSteel sheets

Reckman roller furling, spare drum

Double genoa tracks, port and starboard

(2) spinnaker halyards

(2) Spectra genoa halyards

Mainsail halyard

Lewmar mainsheet traveler with winch control

(2) Lewmar 65 ST

(2) Lewmar 55 ST

(6) Lewmar 46 ST

(4) Lewmar 48 3-speed winches

Blocks: Nautor, Ronstan, Harken & Lewmar

Reckmann Masten headsail furler

Loose-footed high density Dacron main (Shattauer Sails 2019)

North Norlam trysail

146% North Dacron off shore jib with sausage bag 1985

146 % Kevlar Lidgard Sails racing jib with sausage bag 1994

107% high density Dacron jib (Shattauer Sails Inc. 2017)

North 120% drifter 2.3 oz

North .6 oz spinnaker

North .75 oz spinnaker

Neil Pryde 1.5 Oz spinnaker 170%

Mainsail cover (Ballard Sails 2013)

(3) spinnaker turtle bags

Current PHRF rating 78

IOR and IMS ratings with documents from 1992

Spares
24 1/2 inch double braid spare lines, halyards and sheetsExtra upholstery fabricBoxes containingPar water pump rebuilding partsBaby Blake toilet partsSpare 3-blade MaxProp “D dot” and “N dash” propBladder tank for fuel or water

Lewmar blocks and deck hardware

150’ 3/8” Galvanized chain not on boat

 

Miscellaneous & Safety
Upgraded lifelines (2014)11 foot inflatable Avon Rover dinghy, all equipment with two pumpsFour sets of Henry Lloyd racing trousers, jackets with flotation linersHarnessesBoat hook(9) USCG approved PFD’sUS Sailing IMS Performance Package (polar diagrams)

8-Person Avon insulated floor life raft currently out of service and not on boat

Two horse shoe rings with boat name

Lifesling overboard system

Throw bundle

Emergency rudder – welded powder coated aluminum cassette bolting to rail and lower  transom for 6 foot mountable rudder by Canoe Cove Marina

Complete Drawings approximate 88 sheets

 

Disclaimer
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.
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