SIMPLE HARMONY had a substantial refit in 2010, with new teak deck, new flush hatches, new interior headliner, mast painting, new standing rigging – and more.
Purchased by the current owner in 2013, she has since cruised the Mediterranean and Caribbean and New England areas. She did do some charter in the period 2015-2017 but has mainly been in private use. She has had continual improvement and maintenance and is skipper maintained.
Swan 68-003 was delivered new in October 1992 – before the new EU rules on Recreational Craft Directive, so she is exempt.
Under former ownership VAT was paid in Italy and this has passed with the vessel to the current owners. If a Buyer requires VAT paid status a sale must be concluded with the vessel in the EU.
US duty paid.
From November 2019 she is relocated to Georgia.
Hull is in "single skin" construction using glass/aramid hybrid fibre reinforced polyester laminate with uni-directional fibres (giving excellent strength and fatigue properties.
Hull colour, gelcoat NGA 2000 white.
Cove and waterline stripes in dark blue.
The deck is of GRP sandwich construction with foam core, and teak laid
Teak laid decking new 2010 (14mm at time).
Ballast keel is a lead casting with antimony.
Simple Harmony has a semi-custom keel offering 3.20m draft (instead of standard 3.55m).
Rudder -of foam filled GRP with high-tensile stainless-steel stock, with two roller bearings.
Mast stepped through deck onto galvanized steel mast step.
Lewmar Ocean Series Wavespring
2 x 1000 SEST Genoa sheets (electric)
2 x 700/2 SEST Spinnaker sheets (electric)
2 x 46 CST Traveler winch
2 x 66 CST Running backstays Electric
2 x 66 CST Genoa/spinnaker/main halyards
2 x 66 SEST multipurpose winches on coachroof aft of halyard winches (electric)
Engine bed is GRP with steel reinforcements.
Cable steering gear. Destroyer type steering wheel, diameter 70” (1.8m) covered with elk-hide.
Anodized aluminium toe rail, bolted through hull-deck joint.
Deck equipment and fittings:
Besenzoni hydraulic folding gangway at transom
Stainless steel stemhead with opening, headsail tack hooks and 2 chain rollers
Gates in lifelines both sides at midships
Electric anchor windlass Titan "A"
Auto wireless control and chain measuring system installed 2017.
Deck and manual control with 3.5 m cable
Chain locker with hatch
300 ft of 7/16” (91.4m) high-tensile chain, new 2016
1 CQR 75 lb anchor
1 Bruce 20 kg anchor
Perkins M 200 Ti disel engine, (upgraded from standard at build) 200 hp / 186 kW
Max-Prop 3-Blade feathering propeller diameter 800 mm
Engine start panel replaced 2016
Engine hours as at June 2019: ?
Total fuel capacity 1.400 litres, in three s/s tanks with feeder input for each tank.
Westerbeke BED 16‑514 16 kW
Generator hours as at June 2019:
Technicomar SYS 6 200 l/h each - membrane installed below galley floorboards
Shenker 24V 100 l/h
Condaria 12002 air conditioning in all cabins (works in reverse cycle for heating).
Total water capacity 1.580 litres in four s/s tanks with one single deck filler inlet.
Tank level indicators.
Pressure system for hot and cold water.
Tanks vent to galley sinks.
Hot water tank boiler 60 litres with heating element, thermostat and connection to engine heat exchanger.
Hot and cold deck shower aft and midships.
Electric pump for deck-wash/extinguisher.
Tecma, electric marine toilets (4), 2010.
2 Manual bilge pumps, 1 electric and 1 engine driven.
Bronze seacocks below water line.
220/24V Inlets in all cabins and 12V with converters.
New service batteries, 2016 (capacity increased with 6 batteries – from 540 Ah to 1200 Ah, 24 V
Engine and generator starting batteries AGM type, replaced 2014-5
2 x batteries for electronics, replaced 2016, 240 Ah/5 h
LED lights, installed new 2014
Automatic lights in all lockers and wet locker
Parallel switch between service and starter batteries
Parallel switch between service and instrument batteries
Shore power connection inlets, 220 V 50 A and 115 V 50A with transformer 6 kW
2 Inverters AGF IST6 and IST9 (1 new 2012, 3Kw)
70 A Battery charger (new 2012)
50 A battery charger (radio batteries)
175 A Alternator on engine for service and 55 A for engine starter
35 A Alternator on generator for charging generator starter battery
All interior joinery in accordance with best yacht practice and standard Nautor standards at the time of build. Visible woodwork in teak with hand rubbed satin finish.
Please note the aft cabin is modified in 2010 post build and now offers a single bed to port and a double bed to starboard. There is a table also to port by the single bed (which can be used as a sofa) – see pictures.
Description from forward:
CREW CABIN (FWD)
Wooden upper pullman berth port side
Drawers under lower berth.
Sail bin with workbench. Crew head and wash-basin.
Doors aft to both guest toilets
Removable stainless-steel bar rope stowage
GUEST CABINS (port and starboard)
Double lower berth and Pullman upper berth.
Hanging lockers and drawers.
Roller blinds and mosquito nets on deck hatch.
220V adjustable ventilators
“L” shaped table on portside with settee on centreline
Settee on starboard side and small coffee table
Curtains for all hatches and portholes
White ceiling with direct and indirect lights
Drinks locker, starboard side forward of settee.
Bottle stowage under portside seat
Flag stowage aft of mast.
Philips flatscreen TV.
Sony Video CD.
Alpes Inox gimballed 4 burner stove with oven, grill and pot holders (stove new 2017)
Alpes extractor hood over stove
Stainless steel sinks, on centre line
Vertical fridge, 2 separate 230 V units
140 litre Freezer
Corian work top
Chart table with shelves and drawers and chart towage under table top
Electric mains control panel on engine area bulkhead
Sliding door between main cabin and corridor to aft cabin
Wet locker aft of engine area access door.
OWNER’S CABIN (AFT)
Modifid 2010 to provide two beds.
Single bed (sofa) to port with table, double bed to starboard.
Hanging locker. Lockers
220V Wall ventilator.
En-suite head / shower area with Tecma silence WC, separate shower compartment, sinks, mirror, storage locker.
Domestic items and notes:
New saloon cushions and covers, 2016-17.
Matresss in forward guest cabins renewed 2014.
Mattress in owner cabin 2010.
Bedding, sheets, pillows.
Tableware, cooking equipment, crockery, cutlery, glasses included.
Crew covers for saloon seating.
Significant varnish work, saloon, galley, chart area and other areas, re-done 2016-17.
Creative home theatre system, 2010
Fuselli 6” compass on steering wheel pedestal
B&G Hydra Pack navigation instruments
7 x FFD
Analogical repeater 360° in aft cockpit
Analogical repeater 45° in aft cockpit
NMEA Repeater interface at navigation
Rudder angle indicator in cockpit
Autohelm 7000 hydraulic automatic pilot with panel at navigation and in cockpit.
Back-up autopilot (make / model?) installed 2018, independent of primary system with hydraulic pumps installed in series with throw valve, control installed over mid-companionway.
Radar Simrad 4G digital radar dome, new 2015
Plotter Simrad NSS12 evo 12 on steering wheel pedestal , new 2016
Plotter Simrad NSE-8 Koden with screen on navigation
GPS Simrad Gs15
Plotter e antenna AIS Simrad AI50
Colour plotter Lorentz Excalibur (C-Map) at navigation
GPS Principal Koden at navigation
Electronic barograph 24h Meteoliner LCD
VHF Simrad at navigation, WHF Raymarine in cockpit
Vehicle cellphone at navigation with antenna and exterior ring
Mini-M Sailor + fax
VHF E antenna Simrad RS82
EPIRB Simrad GPS Manual release
Weatherfax Furuno FAX 208° with Navtex
KVH Tracphone V3-IP broadband system, new 2014
I = 27.30 m
Nautor aluminium mast, painted white, with three spreaders.
Stainless steel rod standing rigging, from 2010 (now due for full service / replacement).
Carbon “park avenue” style boom, 2010.
Harken System C track for full batten mainsail
Reckmann manual furler for the fore-stay.
2 Spinnaker poles and jockey pole
Four function Navtec System V hydraulic control panel in aft cockpit, operating – backstay, inner forestay, babystay and boom vang.
Genoa Halyard with high pressure return.
Ullman Mainsail, 2015
Ullman Jib, 2016
Ullman Staysail, 2018
Furling Genoa (2000)
Details of the new sails inventory
Built by Ullman Sails - Jannie Reuvers Sails, Capetown, June 2015
Full-batten main, Voyager Series
Carbon 12k 60% & Vectran 1k 40% with white taffeta skin on both sides
Built by Ullman Sails - Jannie Reuvers Sails, Capetown, July 2016
100% furling jib, Phantom Series
12k Carbon 60%/1k Vectran 40% yarns, with white taffeta skin both sides
Built by Ullman Sails - Jannie Reuvers Sails, Capetown, March 2018
Sprayhoods over entrance hatch and over aft cockpit
Mainsail cover, 2018
Cushions and backrests for the center cockpit
Center cockpit table transformable in sunbathing platform
Large aft locker
LED foredeck spotlight, installed 2015.
Life-raft , new 2020
McMurdo G8 AIS SmartFind Cat II EPIRB with GPS, new 2018
Fire extinguisher with remote control for engine and generator space
Ongoing / continual annual maintenance of sea cocks, engine, generator, systems and equipment, zincs, winches, bottom paint, etc.
Install back-up autopilot; mount independent of primary system with hydraulic pumps installed in series with throw valve; autopilot head installed over mid-cockpit companionway.
McMurdo G8 AIS SmartFind Cat II EPIRB with GPS
New canvas sail cover
New service batteries with 6 new batteries (doubling house capacity to 1200 amps at 24 volts), New 2 batteries that power electronics.
Upgraded cockpit chartplotter to Simrad NSS12 evo2 – pulled new Ethernet wire into pedestal, fabricated stainless mounting plate with vents
Auto anchor wireless control with anchor-line measuring system installed
New anchor chain installed - 300’ of 7/16” high-test to improve strength and feed through rollers
1st reef on boom – fabricated anodized aluminum box with ball-bearing sheave and larger pin
New stove installed
Upgraded vessel in order to achieve UK Commercial vessel status, achieved October 2014, (vessel resumed UK Pleasure vessel status August 2018).
Install Simrad 4G digital radar dome
Install LED foredeck spotlight
Under former ownership:
Full service on the Navtec System and all the hydraulic cylinders.
New teak 14mm
New deck flush hatches
Interior; new headliners, new fabrics, new mattresses in owner’s cabin.
Owner’s cabin modification in order to have two berths outboard on either side of cabin.
Big engine refit
Big generator refit
Renewed 4 toilets x Tecma 24v.
Removed all old antifouling and replaced by new International Gelshield and new antifouling.
New carbon park avenue boom
New paint on mast
New standing rigging
New refrigeration compressor.
New Reckmann furler for stay.
New water maker 24v Schenker 100 L/h
Checked propeller shaft and changed bushing
Rudder bearing checked