- Tax Status
- Tax Paid
- 9 m
- 3.1 m
- Engine Make
- Draft Max
- 0.6 m
- Engine Count
- Hull Material
- Boat Type
- RB Ref
- United Kingdom
About this Swordsman 30
2006 Swordsman 30 ready for a new home. Based on the successful Fairey Spearfish design, this modern version outshines the original.
The Swordsman 30 is a great boat for Coastal cruising and long weekends. She can sleep 4 comfortably and the cockpit is large enough to entertain more.
In addition to a bimini, she has a full cockpit enclosure cover, a tonnaeu cover and an all over winter cover. This can be left on when afloat keeping her in pristine condition all year long.
This Swordsman 30 benefits from a number of extras, including; heating, radar, bow thruster and an electric anchor windlass.
This is one of the later models fitted with a gearbox and powered by a Yanmar 440Hp engine. The engine was last serviced at the end of August 2017 and has approximately 520 hours on the clock.
Deck And Cockpit
Stainless steel bow roller
Stainless Steel Bruce Anchor, stainless steel chain and line found in anchor locker
Electric anchor windlass
Gas bottle stored in anchor locker
Stainless steel pull pit from amidships going forward
6 stainless steel cleats and one further stainless steel cleat on the bow
2 opening hatches from the cabin to the deck
Teak cockpit, bathing platform, side decks and bow area
Two rotatable seats for the helm and navigator are found in the front of the cockpit, along with a large u-shaped seating area in the aft cockpit. There are three padded vinyl cushions for the seating area
Ample storage throughout the cockpit
Horseshoe with light
All over winter cover
Double bed with two opening hatches to the cockpit with courtesy curtain
Large convertible ‘v-berth’/ dining area
Galley consisting of a two burner gas stove, sink, fridge and storage cupboards to port
To starboard there is a heads with basin and shower
Navigation Equipment And Electronics
Stereo with 4 speakers (2 in cockpit and 2 in saloon)
Yanmar 440Hp diesel inboard
Hamilton Jet Drive
Engine hours approx. 520 (October 2017)