LOA: 42' 8" (12.98)
LWL: 37' 1" (11.29)
Beam: 12' 11" (3.93)
Min Draft: 8' 11" (2.70)
Max Draft: 8' 11" (2.70)
Total Cabins: 3
Captain Quarters: False
Crew Cabin: 1
Hull ID: 057
Hull Material: Composite
Deck Material: Fiberglass Sandwich
Hull Configuration: Bulb Keel
Hull Designer: German Frers
Hull Color: white/red
Hull Finish: Gelcoat
Exterior Designer: German Frers
Interior Designer: Nautor's Swan
Manufacturer: Volvo Penta
Engine Count: 1
Fuel Type: Diesel
Horsepower Engine 1: 40
Location of Vessel
GENOA AIRPORT MARINA, Italy
The Club Swan 42 was designed by and built by and first launched in 2006. It was initially launched and referred to as 42 as the design was commissioned by the club following a tendering process.
The boat has had significant racing success, both as a one-design and under rating rules such as IRC and ORC, and was used for the biennial Rolex New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup from the event’s inception in 2009 through 2017.
ClubSwan42 Far Star
Infusion moulded E-glass / vinylester laminate with carbon reinforcements in selected areas.
Sandwich with closed cell foam cored hull, with higher density foam in bottom and slamming areas.
Fibre reinforcements are multiaxial and unidirectional.
Structural bulkheads are of veneered sandwich construction or marine grade waterproof plywood. Watertight bulkhead at bow, drained fore peak.
Bottom stiffeners reinforced with unidirectional carbon and multiaxial glass fibre in selected areas.
GRP engine beds.
Stainless chainplate deck fittings
Topsides gelcoat, white hull with RAL 5003 dark blue stripes.
Epoxy coated bottom, sprayed finish, colour grey RAL 7005.
T-keel, steel fin with Antimony alloyed lead bulb and with upper flange recessed into hull. The fin is bolted to hull with high tensile steel bolts. Draft is 8'10".
Faired to class tolerances
Foam filled rudder blade of GRP from female mould. Currently removed and in forward cabin.
An aluminium quadrant, wire steering with chain and sprocket. The rudder bearings are self-aligning. Roller bearing sheaves
Twin composite pedestal integrated with cockpit sole.
There are twin carbon steering wheels 935mm
A lightweight aluminium emergency tiller.
Infusion moulded E-glass vinylester laminate sandwich deck with glass skins and closed cell foam core.
High density core or compact laminate under winches and deck hardware as appropriate.
Single colour white gelcoat with moulded in non-skid
Winches and windlasses
Winches Harken aluminium alloy:
Primary winches 2 x Harken B530TCR three speed top cleat
Mainsheet winches B 53. 2STA
Cabin top winches B 44. 2STA
Sail handling systems
Harken aluminium jib sheet tracks with purchase adjuster system
Harken aluminium main sheet track with upgraded traveler system
Harken halyard lead blocks
Single-line jib inhauler system
Bowsprit and furler controls lead aft under deck
Pad eye both sides for outboard sheeting
Crossover sheave for halyards on both sides
Halyards and reef lines are lead aft to the cockpit below deck
The pushpit, pulpit and stanchions are of stainless steel.
The life lines are 600 mm high, with lower life lines at minimum ISAF/ORC height. There is one pair of mooring cleats at bow.
Built-in GRP foot chocks for helmsman/tactician and mainsheet trimmer
There is a boarding ladder aft and a flagpole holder on stern.
Mast collar with Spartite
The grab rails are on each side of coach roof and companionway.
Headstay attachment on stemhead (below deck for Reckmann furler)
One folding pad-eyes for harness attachment in cockpit.
Safety lines attachment to pulpit and pushpit base.
ISAF/ORC regulation toe rails (30 mm high) moulded in on the foredeck.
GRP mouldings and vents
Deck stowage on foredeck and in lazarette
Lockers for storage in cockpit coamings on both sides
Locker for storage in port side aft coaming
Life raft stowage on deck at companionway (GRP cover)
Hatches and windows
Anchor stowage hatch
One foredeck hatch Lewmar size 60
One saloon overhead hatch Lewmar size 44
One ventilation hatch in head Lewmar size 03
Four fixed coaming windows
Two openable size 1 coaming portholes – in aft, galley and navigation area
Four openable size 1 coaming portholes in cockpit for aft cabins
One hatch to lazarette
Main companionway sliding hatch garage flush with coach roof.
The main companionway consists of removable plexiglass drop boards with designated stowage.
Interior finish: teak with satin white GRP/canvas lining
Lockable plywood floorboards covered with bamboo veneer
Overhead liner GRP moulding, bonded in place. Removable vinyl cover panels will provide access to deck hardware
Foam mattresses over Scandi-Flex battens
Curtains for side windows and handrails throughout
Removable support structure for racing (currently all removed and not in store)
Reading lights above the berth
Locker with shelves and doors
Shelves on hull sides
There are aft cabins on port and starboard side (mirror image)
Stowage under berth
Shelf on hull side
Hanging locker in starboard side cabin, locker with shelves in port side cabin
Folding leaf table (leaf currently removed and in store
Settee backrests fold up and convert into Pullman berths, storage behind backrests
Tanks below settees
Two-burner alcohol stove with oven, protected by stainless steel guard
Stainless steel double sinks with fresh water tap
Formica counter tops and sink cover
Drawer and lockers
Top loading refrigerator 105 l gravity drained with valve
Forward facing chart table with seat
Chart stowage under table top
Chest of drawers
Toilets, showers general
White GRP interior module with wash basin
Lockers outboards and doors in teak
Fresh water tap, shower, mirror and waste container
Removable front part of engine box incorporates teak ladder
Engine control panel recessed in cockpit
25 mm sound proofing
PLUMBING AND VENTILATION
Fresh water 320 liters in polyethylene tanks.
Back-up foot pump for fresh water and Oras single lever mixing faucets.
Flush mounted composite closing sea cocks for all through hull fittings below waterline.
Jabsco Marine toilet, using sea water for toilet flushing.
Y-valve in forward head, overboard discharge/holding tank.
Flexible holding tank 55 liter/ 14.5 USg.
Two manual and one electric bilge pump.
Engine space air inlet from deck.
Battery driven refrigeration unit.
Volvo Penta D2-40 130 S marine diesel 29 kW 40 Hp.
Propulsion system Saildrive 2.19:1 and 2-blade 17" racing folding propeller.
140 liter fuel in two polyethene tanks.
Tank level indication for fuel.
Volvo Penta spares kit
Volvo Penta tool kit
Shore power 220 V AC system
30 Amp shore power cord and inlet
220 V outlet at chart table
Bottom of mast, shrouds and stays are grounded to the keel.
12 V DC insulated return system for lighting and general service
Main switchboard 12VDCoutboard of chart table
Service battery of AGM type 12 V 2 x 160 Ah in saloon table base
1 x 12 V outlet at chart table
1 x USB outlet at chart table
Starting battery 12 V 50 Ah
115 A alternator with an electronic sensor
Main distribution panel contains 12VDCgauges and 220 V AC gauges and circuit breakers, lighted.
Red/green LED lights on deck
White stern LED light on pushpit
Steam light / deck light on forward side of mast (currently removed stored)
Recessed halogen dome lights overhead
Flexible chart light at navigation station
Red light above navigation station and in galley
ELECTRONICS AND NAVIGATION INSTRUMENTS
1 x Hercules CPU
Hercules Handbook 1.00
3 x H3000 GFD Hercules
4 x H3000 20/20 Display – Red
SEN-DPT-Depth Transducer & Housing 1.00
SEN-SPD-HP Speed Transducer & Housing 1.00
Antenna 10 Hz/COMPASS B&G ZG100
Compass/Heel Sensor Navico Precision -9
Additional Heel Sensor B&G
2 x Magnetic compass Suunto on steering pedestal
One-piece seamless carbon fibre spar from Hall Spars & Rigging
The Club Swan 42 carbon mast is supplied with a clear-coat finish. The 15/16ths rig is set up for fractional upwind sails and masthead spinnakers. Two sets of swept-back spreaders support the runner-less rig, and the Hall-Antal mainsail luff track accepts either a boltrope or sliders.
Standing rigging is Navtec rod with continuos single line SK99 Dyneema Gottifredi Maffiolioli backstay.
All blocks and winches for asymmetrical spinnaker
Mainsail track for all OD racing, combined mainsail luff groove and track system
Booms and poles
Black painted aluminium boom and aluminium spreaders swept 20 degrees
Single line reefing arrangements for two reefs
Carbon retractable bowsprit in waterproof garage
Standing rigging Navtec rod rigging with discontinuous shrouds, Series 500 deck turnbuckles.
Fully Marlow ropes equipped.
Halyards/sheets: SK 78 core – Technora/Polyester cover
Purchases: SK99 single braided terminated with SK 78 core – Dyneema/Polyester cover
Recessed Reckmann RS3000-S2 recessed carbon furler
Tuff luff racing foil currently fitted
Holmatro hydraulic backstay system with two carbon control panels in cockpit
Hall Spars hydraulic mast jack with 2 x Enerpac Jack
2 x Mainsail 3DI RAW
1 x North sails 3DL Light Jib
1 x North Sails 3DI RAW Light Jib
2 x North Sails 3DI RAW Medium Jib
1 x North Sails 3DI RAW Heavy Jib
1 x North Sails 3DI RAW Jib 4 (HWJ)
1 x North Sails Nylon 2.2 oz furling staysail
2 x North Sails A1.5 Gennaker
2 x North Sails A2 Gennaker
1 x North Sails A4 Gennaker
1 x Dacron Storm Jib + Trysail
Three winch handles, one of these double grips
Fire fighting equipment
Remote control fire extinguisher in engine space
Spare parts and tools
Assorted engine spare parts
Assorted engine tool kit
OD certification from builder
Canvas cover for steering wheels