Marca del motor: Volvo Penta
Modelo del motor: D2-75
Tipo de motor: Intraborda
Tipo de motor/combustible: Diesel
Potencia del motor: 75 HP
Número de literas simples: 6
Número de camarotes: 3
Número de aseos: 2
CLEMENTINA was the last Sweden Yachts 54 to splash and was bought by this owner with only 300 miles on her log. He has equipped her for serious long distance sailing and she has taken him across the Atlantic and she has then cruised extensively in the Pacific. During that time she has been meticulously maintained and she is now ready for more adventures. CLEMENTIINA was shipped from New Zealand to the Mediterranean where she is awaiting her new owner. The Sweden Yachts 54 is one of the prettiest yachts on the planet, she sails like a witch, has excellent Scandinavian build quality and she is confident in a seaway.
CLEMENTINA is part of our family. She has taken us far in safety, security and comfort. She is the only yacht that we have owned aboard which my wife never gets sea sick. During our ownership we have sailed with CLEMENTA from Hamburg to the Canaries and across the Atlantic in the ARC. We then joined the World ARC and had a wonderful time sailing to Auckland. Having accomplished this milestone, she was shipped back to the Mediterranean and she can now be viewed in Lagos in Portugal. The need to come back to the office and resume life, means that the second half of the world cruise awaits us at another point in our lives. However, the nub of CLEMENTINA is her sailing performance, which has given us all enormous pleasure. She is simply the best combination possible of fast sailing, in complete comfort and with total reliability. She exceeded our expectation in all respects and we have loved owning her.
RCD Status: The yacht conforms with the essential safety requirements of Directive 94/25EC (Recreational Craft Directive) and is categorised A – “Ocean”
Hull and Deck Construction:
Carbon hull with Kevlar reinforcement mid-ships forward.
Vacuum infusion sandwich laminate containing end grain balsa core with fibreglass reinforced vinylester.
Stress areas where winches and major deck fittings are fixed, are reinforced by replacing the balsa core with solid laminate or by using backing plates or large diameter washers depending on type of fitting.
Balsa core is used from toe rail to the centre line.
Solid laminate is used in high stress areas around keel, mast foot, in the joint between the hull-halves and Hull/Deck joint.
Bottom reinforcements are longitudinal and transversal beams of solid laminate design.
Teak deck is laid from 9 mm first class teak ribs bonded to the deck with polyurethane.
Expansion joints sealed with special silicone.
Teak decking in cockpit.
Bolts, nuts, washers and screws used for fastening deck equipment are of stainless steel.
Sealing used between deck and equipment is polyurethane, silicone or specially developed material.
The hull and deck is bonded together using vinylester filler.
The toe rail is bolted through deck and hull flange, using a special sealing material.
This construction method gives a light, strong and well insulated hull.
Vinylester gives the boat a very good protection against osmosis compared to traditional polyester.
Keel & Rudder:
Ballast keel is lead casting with antimony.
Casting keel bolts are stainless steel.
The balanced spade rudder is fabricated in carbon.
The rudder stock is also carbon with two roller-bearings.
Marine grade water proof core, faced with selected mahogany, is used in all bulkheads and major joinery.
Specially selected solid mahogany in frames and doors.
Marine grade veneer in bottoms, and shelves where not visible.
All main bulkheads bonded to hull and deck, using glass fibre and vinylester.
All main visible hull sides are covered by white wooden panels.
Ceiling, top-sides and minor visible hull sides with foam backed vinyl.
Hull sides, bottom, bilge, etc. top coated throughout the interior.
Cabin sole teak with inlaid light wood stripes.
All mahogany is varnished with oil.
All hanging lockers equipped with aluminium tube with hooks.
Doors with marine locks.
Locker doors have snap locks (hinged with chromed brass hinges).
Cushions in high quality foam with first class upholstery.
Special curtains and blinds in white.
5 Lewmar 700 x 700 above cabin window hatches with screens and blinds.
1 Rondal 600 x 600 above forward shower window hatch.
Description of layout from forwards:
Forward Heads Compartment:
Moulded bottom section drained by electric pump and moulded upper section.
Separate shower stall with door.
Porcelain wash basin.
Toilet with waste tank.
Lockers above toilet, above and below wash basin (Teak gratings in toilet).
Queen Size double berth to port side and a custom made internally sprung mattress.
Drawer and cabinet under berth.
Seat with cabinets along hull side on SB side between hanging lockers forward and aft.
Dinette arrangement with table on PS with a small movable bench.
SB side has sofa between main bulkhead and nav. station with bookshelf, TV- and stereo space above.
Chart storage drawer in SB sofa.
Double overhead cupboards.
Aft Heads compartment:
Moulded compartment fitted between bulkheads.
Mirror door above wash-basin unit.
Separate washing machine with door in shower compartment.
Separate shower drained by electric pump.
Porcelain wash basin.
Door both to main cabin and starboard aft cabin.
Wet locker with cabin heater outlet.
Large navigation table with stowage.
Wooden, open able instrument panel for electronic equipment on hinges for easy service access.
Electrical master panel included.
Starboard and Port Aft Cabins:
Large double berth, aft of hanging locker with seat.
Cabinet above bed along hull side.
Door to main cabin for Port cabin and doors to head and main cabin for Starboard cabin.
Hall Spars 28.00 m 3 spreader carbon mast.
12 mm S/S rod rigging.
Harken 26 mm switch car mainsail stacker.
Hall Spars Park Avenue 7.45 m carbon boom with hydraulic outhaul and lights.
Navtec hydraulic boom vang.
Seldon Furlex 400 TD under deck genoa furler.
Reckmann RS 2000 jib furler with self-tacking.
Hall Spars 6 m carbon spinnaker boom.
15 Spinlock cam locks.
Holmatro hydraulic backstay.
Holmatro hydraulic outhaul.
Holmatro hydraulic boom vang.
2 Harken 53 2 speed manual winches.
2 Harken 53 2 speed electric winches.
2 Harken 60 2 speed electric winches.
Spinnaker 170 m2.
Parachute spinnaker 252 m2 (Parasailor).
Furling 194 m2 Code 0.
Furling genoa 68 m2.
Mainsail 92 m2.
Furling 48 m2 jib.
Storm jib 28 m2.
Separate Code 0 locker forward.
Combined teak /aluminium toe rail bolted to deck/hull.
14 stanchion bases and tapered SS stanchions.
Open pulpit and walkthrough pushpit in SS.
Aluminium Genoa tracks.
Main sheet track on coach roof.
Selftacking track etc. for self-tacking jib.
Anchoring & Mooring Equipment:
Lewmar electric anchor winch 24V 2000W with control in cockpit and on the foredeck.
Lewmar 25kg anchor with 70 m chain.
4 + 2 midship mooring bollards in S/S.
4 mooring lines.
Covers, Canvas & Cushions:
Full over cockpit bimini.
Tender & Outboard:
Zodiac CFR 3.25m 8 person Neo inflatable dinghy.
Tohatsu 9.8 outboard motor 2015.
RFD Beaufort 8 person life raft.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.