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Swan 42-017 Phaco
Length: 12.8 m
Beam: 3.9 m
Draft: 2.40 m
Location: Marseille, France
Hull material: Fiberglass
The Swan 42-017 Phaco is one of the 38 copies of this boat built from 1980 to 1985 by Nautor Swan shipyard in Finland. The designer is the naval architect Ron Holland.
The Swan 42 an habitable cruising monohull, rigged in a sloop in the lead, is 12.8 m long with a maximum draft of 2.4 m.
Phaco has only had two owners, the actual one since 2006. He has always ensured her perfect maintenance entrusted to a professional Skipper.
In 2016, the teak deck was completely refitted by the carpenter Robin Marine for an amount of € 40,000.
In July 2019, the stern post was completely renewed, the mast and the shaft stuffing box were changed.
The Swan 42-017 Phaco is available for visits on board in the Port of Corbières in Marseille L ’Estaque.
Nautor Swan Phaco from the inside
The Swan yacht has two cabins and six total berths.
4 single berths.
2 double berths.
There are two toilets.
The kitchen has:
Swan 42 017 Phaco
The Nautor Swan 42 017 Phaco deck.
The teak deck was renovated in 2016.
In 2019, the stern-post was completely redone, the mast and the shaft stuffing box were changed.
Present bath ladder and cockpit table.
The Phaco engine and systems
Power supply system:
Perkins engine, model 4108. Maximum fuel capacity 161 lt, water 300 lt.
The Swan 42 017 Phaco yacht has two bilge pumps, one electric and one manual.