Nautor's Swan Swan 105 RS Zu verkaufen

Badalona, Spanien

Listenpreis €7.900.000 EUR

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Nautor's Swan Swan 105 RS
Used boot für verkauf
$8.763.465 USD | Listenpreis €7.900.000 EUR
Child of Lir
Germán Frers
Länge auf Höhe der Wasserlinie
90,39 Tonnen (amerikanisch)
E-Glass/Carbon SPRINT Pre-preg sandwich hull
Badalona, Spanien

Über diesen Bereich Nautor's Swan Swan 105 RS



Swan 105 CHILD OF LIR was commissioned by an experienced owner who sought a modern performance cruiser utilizing the very latest technology while maintaining a high level of comfort and the ability to sail with minimal crew. Nautor’s Swan was chosen as the builder and the design is a unique collaboration of Frers Naval Architecture and Beiderbeck Design. Drawing on a long and successful experience, Frers developed a hull form and sail plan that allowed for excellent performance and sea keeping abilities while Beiderbeck implemented their forward-thinking expertise to create an innovative arrangement that maximizes volume and comfort on deck and throughout the interior. Special attention was paid to the low noise level throughout the Yacht. There is a special night mode generator to guarantee restful sleep.

Combining the very best materials and craftsmanship, Nautor’s Swan constructed the hull in carbon/E-glass SPRINT composite and the interior is mainly finished in satin mahogany. The carbon mast and furling boom were supplied by Southern Spars and 3Di sails from North Sails. All systems have been supplied by the leading manufacturers. No shortcuts taken, only the very best.

On deck, CHILD OF LIR features a bright and spacious cockpit area with mahogany finished seating and dining area adjacent to the twin helm positions. A fixed carbon cockpit bimini provides protection from the elements with retractable sun shade, removable side curtains and a forward glass panel, able to slide continuously from closed to completely open, while the integrated mainsheet point allows a walkthrough cockpit arrangement. Under sail, the yacht can be managed by a small crew and maneuvers are facilitated by a self-tacking jib and complete push-button sail and rigging controls.

When stepping below from the cockpit, the luminous and open-plan atmosphere continues with a large interior saloon offering panoramic views surrounding the seating and dining areas. Moving aft, two guest cabins with ensuite head and shower plus a full beam master cabin with queen sized bed, sofa and ample storage and locker space. While at anchor, the transom door opens to create a private swimming platform with seating area, accessed directly through a sliding glass door from the master cabin.

Forward of the deck saloon is the fourth guest cabin with ensuite head and shower, this cabin can be configured to a captain’s cabin. A fully equipped galley with large fridge & freezer capacity and further forward is the spacious crew area with crew mess and one large crew cabin with upper/lower beds to port- and starboard side. This cabin can be configured in two crew cabins by means of a partition wall, both with ensuite head and shower.

CHILD OF LIR is a unique concept and is now offered for sale on the brokerage market. Available for inspection in Mallorca.



The lay-up is of a foam cored glass/carbon fibre epoxy reinforced construction. A high proportion of the fibres are unidirectional resulting in a stiff structure. The hull shell is SPRINT®/Prepreg glass/carbon fiber foam sandwich construction. The laminate is vacuum consolidated and cured at 70°C. The core is M-grade CorecellTM SAN foam, with high density for more loaded areas. 

The stiffeners are made using Carbon SPRINT®/SE70 Prepreg. The structural bulkheads are made using Carbon SPRINT®/SE70 Prepreg and foam core

Hull Finish

Hull is finished in Awl Grip paint system, colour “Destination” grey/beige tone with two boot and one cove stripe in ‘Snow White’ colour. Bottom is finished in Gelshield epoxy primer plus antifouling Jotun Mega Yacht.


The 4.0 m draft keel has a ballast bulb on a steel fin. Both the fin and the bulb are epoxy faired to a tolerance of +/- 3 mm to the designed foil shape. The fin is a welded steel plate construction using Raex 355 steel. The ballast bulb is a lead casting alloyed with 3% antimony. 


The rudder is supplied by Isotop, carbon fibre/epoxy skins on foam core and tubular carbon fiber stock. The rudder is designed with a sacrificial tip. The rudder is supported by self-aligning bearings supplied by JP3. Lightweight aluminium steering quadrant is clamped to the rudder stock.

Steering Systems

The steering system is a twin wheel sprocket and a chain system with steel cables and a torque tube to minimize friction and number of deflections. The steering consoles are in composite with space for navigation and control systems. Two 110 cm diam. Nautor design clear coated carbon composite wheels with teak rim. 


The transom door doubles as a bathing/boarding platform. It is made of glass/carbon fibre SPRINT for maximum stiffness. The door is hydraulically operated by two stainless steel rams. 
Sliding door allows access from transom door directly to Master Cabin. Transom door inside finished with teak and white caulking. Retractable bathing ladder “Swiss Carbon”.


The yacht is equipped with a 2.5m long hydraulically operated telescopic gangway from Opacmare. The gangway is made of stainless steel with laid teak and is installed on port side. It has a remote control operation as well as control buttons.

Hull Windows

They are made of tinted and toughened laminated safety glass and recessed to the hull shell.

11x portlights size 900x250mm

2x portlights size 900x450mm with grill in hull colour


This compartment is storage for the sails and equipment. There are lightweight composite floor boards and a ladder for access


Deck Construction

The main deck is of a carbon fibre SPRINT/pre-preg sandwich construction with CorecellTM core. Coach roof and coamings are of a carbon fibre SPRINT/pre-preg sandwich construction with CorecellTM core. High density core is located in way of deck fittings. The deck is bonded to the hull using high strength structural adhesives. The coaming and coach roof sides are painted using Awl Grip paint system in ‘Off White’ color. The teak deck consists of 15 mm teak battens with black 5 mm caulking. The teak deck is vacuum bonded with an epoxy adhesive. 150mm wide toe rail.

Deck Equipment

Bow pulpit, stern pushpit and stanchions are 92 cm high and spaced according to ISAF/ORC requirements and made of polished stainless steel with three lifelines. Gates included on both sides forward at crew cockpit.

Two fixed stainless steel cleats on bow, two on stern. Ten custom made stainless steel pop-up cleats and four retractable custom made stainless fairleads. Flagpole including socket in aft deck.

Deck Arrangement

Deckplan according to drawing. Clean deck layout with a minimum of sheets and deck hardware by using captive winches, self-tacking jib, mainsheet point on bimini, anchor with folding arm stowed below deck and the tender stored in a recessed well. There is very good visibility from the helm position, the raised saloon has a sleek look in profile and is not disturbing the helmsman’s view while sailing. Two helm positions aft of the cockpit, large dinette on starboard with fold-out table (up/down), seating area on portside and two removable deck chairs. Small fridge for drinks and sink.


A fixed bimini is installed over the cockpit constructed in carbon fibre with additional stainless steel supports. Forward sprayhood is a “glass” panel continuously sliding from closed to completely open. Bimini has sliding sun and weather protection in forward and aft sections. Integrated mainsheet attachment point aft. Additional side curtains with “Strataglass” as well as shades to protect against the sun allow complete enclosure of the cockpit and full view.

Tender Storage

Tender is stored in a recessed well on the foredeck and launched/hauled using a halyard and jockey pole. Dinghy is a 4.2m Jet S tender by Pischel.

Crew cockpit

Located forward of the mast with foldable seating area, hatch entrance to the crew area, engine controls, chart plotter, sun awning and retractable sprayhood.

Anchoring & Mooring

Muir hydraulic windlass, mounted in a recess below main deck

Anchor launched by a hydraulic pivoting and extending stainless steel arm

108 kg QR stainless steel anchor with 120m/13mm stainless steel chain

2nd anchor: 81kg CQR stainless steel anchor with 30m/13mm chain and 100m nylon line

Sanguinetti Chiavari 4000 stainless steel retractable mooring winch.

Winches by Harken

Drum Winches

2x 1120 HL hydraulic primaries on cockpit coaming

2x 1120 HL hydraulic secondaries on aft deck

1x 990 ETH electric (near mast)

1x 990 STH hydraulic (near mast)

Captive Winches

Hydraulic 6T – Mainsheet (on deck)

Hydraulic 6T – Self-tacking jib sheet (on deck)

Hydraulic 9T – Main Halyard (crew area, under floorboards)

Hatches and Portlights

White flush mounted tinted acrylic and teak hatches with gutters. All hatches are supported by gas springs.

Acrylic deck hatches

2x 633 x 633mm above Owner’s cabin 

2x 633 x 480mm above Guest cabins

2x 600 x 600mm above saloon

2x 420 x 330mm above crew heads

1x 800 x 800mm for crew companionway

2x portholes inside dinghy well for crew cabins

Teak covered hatches

2x large foredeck hatches for anchor locker

1x 1050 x 950mm for sail locker forward

2x 1250 x 750mm foredeck lockers

2x 1250 x 750mm for captive winches

1x 800 x 490mm emergency escape from engine room

4x 1900 x 420mm for fender storage in side decks

2x 500 x 330mm above Guest heads

Deckhouse windows

The deck house windows are made of tinted, chemically toughened and laminated safety glass with UV and Infrared protection. They are bonded to the superstructure with high strength elastic adhesive.


The main entrance consists of a powered transverse sliding door.

Sailing Hardware

Harken tracks, blocks and padeyes

Spinlock jammers


All joinery work is done in accordance with the best yacht practices using first grade materials. Interior mainly finished in hand-rubbed satin finished mahogany. Table tops in Amboyna Birl and floorboards in Merbau. Removable overhead panels finished in white colour artificial leather mahogany detailing. All opening deck hatches are fitted with retractable blinds and mosquito screens. Minimum of two meters headroom throughout the interior.

Noise Control

Extra attention has been given to reduce noise throughout the vessel, the noise level in the saloon and crew area when cruising under power with one generator running is around 50 db. The noise level when vessel is anchored with night generator and air-condition running is 30-40db ! Additional sound insulation is fitted in the partitions between the cabins and in the hull freeboard down to the level of the cabinsole.

Interior Arrangement

Three or four en-suite guest cabins accommodating six to eight guests.

Unique guest/crew separation.

Master Cabin

Queen sized double berth offset to port with bedside tables, table lamps and carpets on either side. Wall forward of the bed finished with natural eggshell surface. Settee outboard on starboard side with drawers and storage lockers forward. Direct access to aft bathing platform via sliding door. Two-person settee on aft deck with ladder to main deck. Head is located forward and down a short flight of stairs. Features washbasin with marble surface, freshwater WC, mirrors, storage lockers and large shower compartment.

Starboard VIP Guest Cabin

Double berth outboard with bedside table and table lamp inboard. Wall aft of the bed finished with natural eggshell surface. Settee forward of the berth and outboard. Ensuite head featuring washbasin with marble surface, freshwater WC, mirrors, storage lockers and separate shower compartment.

Port Guest Cabin

Inboard and outboard twin berths with bedside table in-between. Settee forward of the outboard berth. Ensuite head featuring washbasin with marble surface, freshwater WC, mirrors, storage lockers and separate shower compartment.


A C-shaped settee for six persons to portside surrounding a dining table. Forward to portside there is an inside helm station with navigation, helm and complete controls. Beside the helm station there is a door/hatch to the port side deck. Aft to starboard and portside there are cabinets with storage for crockery, cutlery, drinks and a small sliding desk. Seating area to starboard with three sofa’s made by Fendi and carpet. Coffee table and corner tables with table lamps. Forward to starboard side, beside the helm station, there is a forward facing seating area with storage space.

Laundry area

Forward of the saloon down a short flight of stairs, on the port side with Miele washer, Miele dryer and ironing board. Main electrical and instrument control panels and access to the engine room.


Separated galley is located forward of the saloon, down a flight of stairs on the starboard side. Countertops are finished in Corian with stovetop and cooker outboard and double sinks aft. Storage lockers and drawers.

The Galley has access from the guest- and the crew area.

Galley Equipment

Miele KM6354 induction hob

Miele H5081BP oven/grill

Mile M8261 microwave

Miele extractor

1x Miele dishwasher

Trashcompactor (under crew settee)

Sink waste macerator ISE

Quooker instant hot water tap

Bosch plate warmer drawer

Full set of crockery & cutlery for crew.

Cooking utensils, pots & pans.

Refrigeration units, Frigomar:

1x frontloading 150 ltr 8 °C

1x frontloading 130 ltr 8-12 °C (for fruit & vegetables)

1x frontloading 150 ltr 8 °C

1x toploading 120 ltr 8-12 °C (under floorboard)


1x frontloading 130 ltr -18 °C

1x toploading 175 ltr - 18 °C

Crew Mess

Spacious crew mess with U-shaped settee outboard on starboard side with dining table

Entertainment and navigation centre inboard with opening top table, storage lockers and folding seat.

Captain’s Cabin/Guest cabin

Located to port (position door can be configured), outboard berth and Pullman upper single berth (integrates in the ceiling) with full height hanging locker and shelves forward. Ensuite head with washbasin with marble surface, freshwater WC, mirrors, storage lockers and separate shower compartment

Forward cabins up to 4 crew

Forward of the crew mess, one full beam cabin with on portside a fixed lower berth and Pullman upper single berth. To starboard a fixed lower single berth and Pullman upper single berth. This cabin can be converted into two crew cabins by a sound insulated partition wall, both cabins with storage lockers, drawers and each with an ensuite head with washbasin, freshwater WC, mirrors, storage lockers and separate shower compartment.


Audio/stereo centre with 5 TV’s, Apple TV system and Airplay music system in salon, master- and guest cabins, cockpit and crew mess.

KVA TracVision Sat TV-system M5-gyrotrac.



Cummins QSL9-330 main engine (6-cylinder in-line), 242 Kw/330 hp @ 2800 rpm

Range under engine approx. 2.800 nm at cruising speed

TwinDisc ZF gearbox with a 2.901:1 reduction ratio 

Shaft mounted with Aquadrive flexible coupling and water lubricated bearings

Bruntons Varifold 4-bladed folding prop, diam. 32”

Dry exhausts system for engine and generators

OYS H-0300-S hydraulic bowthruster

OYS H-0300-S hydraulic sternthruster

Fuel System

Four storage tanks, total capacity 6,000 litres.

Double Racor fuel/water separators on engine and generators feed line and one on the small generator feed line.

Oil System

2x built-in tanks for lube oil and waste oil are installed.
Each tank is approximately 100 litres and provided with level sensors. Filling and discharging via manifold with valves and Reverso electric pump.
Engine and generators are permanently connected to lube-oil systems manifold.

Plumbing Systems

Pressurized hot and cold water system installed, total water capacity 2,750 litres in four tanks. The pressure water system has two 230 V AC pump to assure quiet operation, Headhunter Mach 5, 75l/min @ 3 bar. One 20 l pressure vessel per pump is connected to the cold water system. Two separate hot water systems 100litres each with 3kw heating elements, one serving forward and one aft.

Two pressurized sea water pump (24V & 230V) for deck wash and firefighting. Outlets in anchor locker, in crew cockpit and on stern terrace.


There are two Idromar MC3DX 230V AC with a production of 8600 l / day (2270 USg). The water makers are provided with pre-filters and charcoal filter. 

Ventilation System

A waterborne central cooling / heating system 230 VAC 50 Hz is fitted for the entire accommodation. 

Marine Air Chilled water system, approx. 144.000 BTU for cooling, approx. 40.000 BTU heating capacity.

Fancoils in the following areas:

2x owner‟s cabin

1x guest cabin port

1x guest cabin starboard

4x salon

1x nav station

1x galley

1x laundry

1x crew mess

1x portside guest/crew cabin

2x fwd. crew cabin

Forced ventilation for all accommodation deck lockers and bilge areas

Engine room and battery box extraction fans

Drainage System

Five separate bilge areas with Whale Gulper 24vDC bilge pumps

2x Gianneschi Maxi-Sub 24V DC pumps, one for forward bilge area, one for aft bilges

2x Whale Gusher manual bilge pumps, one for forward bilges, one for aft bilges.

Grey/Black water system

Two stainless steel grey and black water tanks of 450 liters each, total capacity 900 liters.

Discharging via sewage treatment plant Hamman “Super Mini Plus”, connected to 200 liters sludge tank.

System serves the 6x Tecma silence plus 24v electric toilets and also for the water from sinks, showers, air-conditioning and washer/dryers.

Pneumatic System

An air compressor is installed in the engine room and mainly used for transom sealing.

Quick coupling outlets in engine room and in a deck recess, close to dinghy well with spiral hoses and adapters for fenders, dinghy, pressure cleaning etc.

Hydraulic System

The hydraulic system is a M&H Finland Oy custom designed double ring system to supply all hydraulic functions quietly and smoothly, eliminating any inherent hydraulic noise. The alternative power sources are installed to meet the demands of the sail handling equipment. Central hydraulic system is PLC controlled.

The hydraulic system is defined on a basis of a central power pack supplying regionally located valve groups, thereby achieving minimal weight to power ratio with the effect of using minimum electrical power with maximum hydraulic movement. The system has four different sources of power. Each source may be operated independently or simultaneously. The sources are obtained from:

1. Generator PTO pumps Bosch-Rexroth on each genset, 22kW each proportional

2. Main engine PTO pump, 22Kw

3. Two DC Electric motor standby pump units Bosch-Rexroth A10V028, 5 kW each

All pumps are equipped with a horsepower controller. The function is based on the power requirement from the users with the style of maximum speed/ minimum pressure and maximum pressure/ minimum speed. The alternative power sources are installed to meet the demands of the sail handling equipment. Since the sail handling is dependent on hydraulic systems it is important to have alternative power sources to ensure trouble free operation.

Hydraulic Functions

The system operates the following functions:

• Bowthruster

• Sternthruster

• Anchor winch

• Mooring winch

• Anchor arm pivot

• Five drum winches (plus one electric)

• Three captive winches

• Furling boom

• Jib furler

• Code 0 furler

• Transom door

• Gangway

• Headstay real time adjuster

• Code 0 real time adjuster

• Inner forestay tensioner

• Boom vang

• Backstay tensioner

• Cunningham tensioner

• Outhaul tensioner

Additionally, a separate hydraulic mast jack with removable pump is installed.


DC System

A 24V DC with grounded negative is installed

1 service DC bank, Lithium batteries 24V-1800Ah, dividable into;

• 1 service DC bank, Lithium batteries, 24V-900 ah

• 1 handling DC bank, Lithium batteries, 24V-900 ah

Engine start battery 2x 12V-80 ah (Gel)

Generator start batteries 2x 12V-60Ah (Gel)

Batteries are stored in custom GRP ventilated boxes

AC System

The yacht has a 230 V 50 Hz single-phase three-wire AC-system. The 230 V system is fed by the diesel generators or shore power inlet, and has a PLC-controlled power shedding system.
The system is of split bus type. There are also a number of 230 V 50 Hz appliances fed through DC/AC inverters. 

2x 230V AC shore power inlets (1 phase + 3 phase)


2x Northern Lights M944 32 kW generators, each with hydraulic PTO. (1,010 hours in March 2017)

1x Fischer Panda 10 kW night generator (1,300 hours in March 2017)


2x Mastervolt 24V 100A charters for service battery banks

1x Mastervolt 24/15 charger for radio battery

1x Mastervolt 24/15 emergency battery charger

3x Mastervolt 24/3500 VA inverter/charger Combi for general service

1x Mastervolt 24/2500 VA inverter for entertainment systems


Sailing Instruments

B&G system with Hercules 3000 including:

Masthead unit

1x Speed, 2x depth sensor

Simrad RC-42 compass

Simrad 289100 GPS/WAAS antenna

Broadband router

1x GFD in cockpit on middle console

3x 20/20 displays in main cockpit

2x 30/30 displays in cockpit on deckhouse columns

8x GFD display, in all cabins and crew mess

Navigation Instruments

Furuno GPS GP33 with 4.3” LCD screen at chart table

2x Simrad 15” multifunction display at inside helm station

1x Simrad 17”multifunction retractable display at center helm console

1x Simrad 15” multifunction display at crew mess

B&G Zeus 7” Chartplotter installed in Crew cockpit

B&G BR24 radar bundle for B&G Zeus system

B&G broadband radar

2x B&G Zeus 12” display at both steering pedestals

Autopilot System

B&G H3000 GPD system

GPD display and control panels:

One Simrad AP 24 display at middle console

One Simrad AP 28 display at inside helm station

One GPD at nav station

One GPD at interior helm position

Two Simrad WR20 autopilot remote control

Computer Systems

1x Apple mini in crew mess

1x Laptop ASUS

1x IDEA Vessel Organizer Management System

Communications Systems

Fleet broadband Inmarsat

1x Simrad VHF RS35

2x Simrad VHF HS35 wireless handsets

Wi-Fi system for costal use, GSM/3G Globesurfer

Yachtspot marine wifi router

Simrad NAIS-400L class-B AIS

Furuno Navtex NX 300 with 4.5” LCD screen at chart table

3x VHF ICOM IC-M87 handheld for crew communication

1x VHF ICOM IC-M91D handheld with GPS


Fractional rigged sloop with removable furling inner forestay

Southern Spars carbon mast with 20 degrees swept back spreaders

Carbon type mast is High Modulus – TPT Enhanced Upgrade

4 sets of standard modulus carbon spreaders with aerofoil shape

Carbon EC6+ continuous carbon standing rigging and runners

Lightning protection and grounding

Southern Furling carbon boom, standard modulus

Reckmann UD 45 hydraulic furler for self-tacking genoa/jib

Reckmann CZ32 hydraulic furler for Code 0 on a torsion cable with top down furler

Facnor manual furler for staysail

Halyard locks for genoa and staysail innerstay

Jockey pole for dinghy launching, half tube – almost invisible.

Rig Dimensions:

I: 38.70m

J: 11.54m

P: 37.30m

E: 12.95m


General Equipment

10x Henshaw inflatable fenders in light grey colour

6x Henshaw large inflatable fenders in light grey colour

Assorted mooring lines

80m long mooring line

2x Boat hook

3x deckwash brush

2x 100m floating mooring line

1x Carbon side swimming ladder

1x cooled trashstorage (in starboard decklocker)

5 NEOZ outdoor lights.

Deck Canvas

Sun shades for deckhouse windows

Steering pedestal covers

Winch covers

Tender cover

Crew cockpit cover

Sprayhood for crew cockpit

Mainsail cover

Crew cockpit awning

Side curtain with “Strataglass” enclosure for main cockpit

Side curtain Canvas sunshade enclosure for main cockpit

Winter enclosure for cockpit.

Safety Equipment

9x SOLAS Inflatable Lifejackets

9x elastic Life lines

1x set of flares and smoke

1x signal lamp

1x search light combined (battery and plug)

1x Epirb 
 1x Jon Bouy MOB

4x navigation shapes (1x black balls, 1x cone)

3x liferaft e.g. Avon Ocean 8 pers. each



Main, 314 m2 2014 North Sails 3Di, full batten, two reefs


Furling Jib, 213 m2 2014 North Sails 3Di, self tacking, vertical battens

Staysail, 105 m2 2014 North Sails 3Di

Code Zero, 490 m2 2014 North Sails Cuben fibre, top down furler

Price may be changed without notice

Boat is offered subject to still being available

The particulars are believed to be correct but not guaranteed

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