|Hull Type:||Fin with rudder on skeg|
|Rigging Type:||Masthead Sloop|
|LOA:||35.73 ft / 10.89 m|
|LWL:||25.92 ft / 7.90 m|
|S.A. (reported):||548.00 ft² / 50.91 m²|
|Beam:||9.68 ft / 2.95 m|
|Displacement:||14,300.00 lb / 6,486 kg|
|Ballast:||7,936.00 lb / 3,600 kg|
|Max Draft:||6.07 ft / 1.85 m|
|Designer:||Sparkman & Stephens|
Auxiliary Power/Tanks (orig. equip.)
|S.A. / Displ.:||14.94|
|Bal. / Displ.:||55.50|
|Disp: / Len:||366.59|
|Capsize Screening Formula:||1.60|
|Hull Speed:||6.82 kn|
|Pounds/Inch Immersion:||896.51 pounds/inch|
Rig and Sail ParticularsHELP
|I:||42.65 ft / 13.00 m|
|J:||14.00 ft / 4.27 m|
|P:||35.60 ft / 10.85 m|
|E:||14.00 ft / 4.27 m|
|S.A. Fore:||298.55 ft² / 27.74 m²|
|S.A. Main:||249.20 ft² / 23.15 m²|
|S.A. Total (100% Fore + Main Triangles):||547.75 ft² / 50.89 m²|
|Est. Forestay Length:||44.89 ft / 13.68 m|
The SWAN 36 sold by Palmer Johnson.
In turn, based on the GAIA CLASS (1965, 19 were built by Benello of Italy.)
There were a number of other variants of this particular design including the SIGMA 36 by Cheoy Lee.
This was the first 'Swan'. Ole Enderlein was hired (by Nautor) to design a new interior.
Originally designed to the RORC handicap rule, the rig was changed in order to rate more favorably under the newly adopted IOR.
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