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1974 Plan Stephens, Swan 38 #031,
1975 Morgan Cup: 8e/?? Class III
Fastnet Race: 36e/41 Classe III elapsed time 123h33', M. DEBAT
aout, Coupe Sarah Bernard: 2e/?? Classe I à
V, M. DEBAT
Pizco, FRA 6297
2015 Bateau basé à Sanary, 26 septembre, Week Ends des Tonners, Sanary: 5 - 5 - 5 - 5 = 5e/5, Stéphane GIUDICELLI
Sale is a classic Swan 38 S&S from 1974, How do you describe the sheer pleasure
of blue water cruising in three words? Nautor Swan 38. Ours, the PIZCO had one
previous owner who raced her for two years. We have sailed her for around 20,000Nm
in the western Mediterranean, although we could have ventured much further.
In fact, the Swan 38 is eminently suited to long distance cruising – up
to 150Nm a day is quite possible (cf Justin Scott's novel 'The shipkiller").
The keel was state of the art when it was first conceived and gives the 38 both
significant lift when sailing to weather and excellent performance windward
- regularly tacking at under 90° and sailing upwind in 40+ knots. What's
more, the PIZCO is a surprisingly comfortable boat. Adequately ballasted, with
elliptical hull sections forward, she will surge in heavy seas instead of crashing
- a feature much appreciated by the off-watch crew trying to get some sleep.
A new deck to the original specificationIn 2006 we had the deck rebuilt to the
original 15mm teak planking specification. Nearly all the interior woodwork
(solid teak) has been revarnished to its original gloss in the last few years.
Equipped with vintage racing sails (most in good condition) and original rigging,
plus a 37bhp Nanni engine with only 900 hours running time from new (1998),
the Pizco represents a beautifully balanced combination of sportiness and comfort
coupled with a classically elegant sense of style.
She's whatever you want her to beIdeal for day cruising as well as longer, more ambitious voyages, the PIZCO has the sort of intelligent equipment layout that allows her to be sailed shorthanded or fully-crewed. Highly versatile, she is in many ways whatever you want her to be. Exciting when a challenge is sought, but gently forgiving when you push things just that little bit too far. Most of all, sailing the Pizco is fun, thrilling and a genuine pleasure. Highlights- Deck rebuilt 2006- Anti-osmosis epoxy hull treatment- New interior upholstery 2014- Re varnished interior 2014- Electric windlass with waterproof chain locker compartment- 37bhp Nanni engine 900 hours- Feathering 3 blades EWOL propeller- Raymarine ST60 interfaced system- Large electrical power capacity- Watermaker; Price: € 89.000, Location: France, Build n° 031, Rudder on skeg, Load Displacement: 8200 kg Ballast: 3200 kg
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November, Swan 38 Hull #031 PIZCO - year : 1974 - hull colour : White, super equipped, in Barcelona 89500€ How do you describe the...