Red Sky/Nautor Swan 100
$7,000,000

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‘Red Sky’ is truly an exceptional yacht from the design offices of German Frers and built by the world renowned Finnish yacht builder, Oy Nautor Ab, more commonly known as Nautor's Swan. ‘Red Sky’ was launched in 2003, this yacht has been professionally maintained from the moment of her christening by her extremely knowledgeable owner, captain and crew. Never raced or charter, 'Red Sky' has been maintained to highest standards to preserve her owner's enjoyment and investment.

In addition to her meticulous ongoing upkeep the yacht received an extensive 8-month refit with us in the spring of 2012, ‘Red Sky’ has undergone her annual pre-Caribbean servicing each year of her life by the same craftsmen.  Absolutely everything has always been properly attended to, both aesthetic and functional, by an owner who wants everything kept in impeccably excellent working condition. The yacht now lies ready for her new owner in the BVI for the winter season.

The listing broker was project manager at the build and we have first-hand knowledge of her construction and sailing characteristics.  The Captain aboard is also extremely knowledgeable and has been very hands on in all care of the yacht. Detailed maintenance and upgrade records are available.

Condition and valuation survey of May 2012 after the refit placed her value at $9.5 million.  Her realistic seller is looking to transition this yacht to an equally capable buyer and has set the selling price to enable a swift transaction. ‘Red Sky’ is a true showpiece suitable for the most discerning yachtsman.

The owner and crew of Red Sky have gone to great lengths to make sure every aspect of this vessel is kept in perfect working order.  Lyman-Morse has been instrumental in this. I have been intimately involved in this process over the years.  I was the project manager in her 2010-2011 refit. She is worth every penny.  I can attest to that.

Layout and Design

General Description

‘Red Sky’ is a 30m/100ft composite sloop of German Frers design built by Oy Nautor Ab (Nautors Swan) in Pietersaari, Finland. Custom built for her single owner, she has been managed and maintained by a professional crew of three since her launch in 2003. ‘Red Sky’ has never been chartered or raced. The yacht has been used exclusively for family sailing and seen very light use.

Summering in Maine and wintering in the BVI's, ‘Red Sky’ has received an annual pre-cruise preparation and maintenance at Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding in Thomaston, Maine.  In addition, she underwent an extensive 8-month refit in 2011-2012. The owner has given generous priority to ensuring that ‘Red Sky’ is always kept in Bristol condition, both mechanically and cosmetically.

She comfortably sleeps up to 6 guests aboard with an after master stateroom and two guest cabins. A 7th guest can be accommodated in a pullman bunk in the port guest cabin.  There are two additional crew cabins forward that provide berthing for up to 4 crew. The two berthing areas are well separated, providing a sense of privacy for both.

The recently painted hull is brilliant red Awl-Grip with snow white cove and waterline stripes and a black anitfouling bottom. The teak deck is glued with epoxy using a vacuum bag system, eliminating screw penetrations of the deck.  The trunk cabin was recently painted with oyster white Awl-Grip with a similar epoxy glued teak decking system on the cabin top.

The reverse transom is fitted with a mechanical "garage door" for access to the yachts' tender, dive gear and other toys. When the "door" is fully deployed this provides a superb platform for all sorts of water activities. The "garage" is sealed from the interior of the vessel via a watertight bulkhead and is finished inside with oyster white awlgrip paint.

The cockpit has a molded U-shaped settee and table and twin helm stations, each with their own bolster. Forward of the cockpit settee is the aft end of the cabin house is a built-in refrigerator, storage compartments, and a starboard companionway that leads to the main salon below. The cockpit and helm have respective full width canvas awnings that can be deployed for sun protection when the main sail is furled underway or at anchor. There is a full width canvas dodger for ocean spray and wind protection which can be hidden in a recessed tunnel plus a small entry companionway dodger for day sailing or when lesser windage is desired. All of these offer excellent protection from the elements either underway or at anchor.

The main salon features a settee to starboard of the entry stairs, and a large oval dining table with curved seating that is perfectly elevated allowing for tremendous visibility.  A wet bar and glassware cabinet are immediately aft, adjacent to a centered passageway leading to the master aft stateroom with matching guest cabins to each side.  Each stateroom features an ensuite head. Returning to the main salon, a nav station is just forward. This area contains the service panel and vessel monitoring system.  A door leads to the engine room located directly beneath the salon. To the port of the nav station is a large galley featuring built-in refrigerators and freezers with considerable storage in cabinets and drawers.  Forward of the galley are the port and starboard crew cabins with private heads and a shared shower.

The interior of the entire yacht is finished with satin varnished teak bulkheads, cabinetry and sole.  The overhead is finished with soft acoustic Ultra-Leather fabric. Lighting throughout is 24V halogen overhead recessed lighting, incandescent side lamps, all with bulkhead mounted switches. Additional rope lighting in the salon and throughout the yacht provides warm illumination. DC LED lighting in the engine room.

The exterior of the vessel has exceptional navigational and hazard lighting, in addition to LED lighting set into boom and spreaders and underwater lighting.

 


Construction Details

The composite hull is of molded, laminated fiberglass and Aramid fibers with strategic carbon fiber using vinylester resins.  The hull is stiffened with longitudinal, laminated stiffeners and Nomex honeycomb cored bulkheads. The hull has four full, watertight bulkheads, a half bulkhead through the lazarette and multiple transverse gussets.

The keel is a 30 tone lead fin with bulb fastened through an embedded steel fin with 14 x 2" stainless steel keel studs.  The keel studs were all torqued during the refit.

The decks are molded, laminated carbon fiber and nomex core with strategic placed high density core in the load areas. They are joined to the hull with full tabbing.  The main deck is overlain with teak that is glued down via a vacuum bagging method.

The cabin/house is molded laminated fiberglass with low deinsity foam coring bonded and faired to the main deck. The portlights are fixed, and the companionway has pneumatically controlled vertical and horizontal slides and two opening hatches on the coach top.

The cabin sole throughout the vessel are made with sandwich panels with teak veneer over aluminum framing.

The balanced spade rudder is a carbon fiber and foam core with a composite rudder stock reinforced with stainless bands at the bearing surfaces. The helm is dual wheel steering with chain/wire to painted aluminum quadrant. The wheels are carbon fiber with teak veneers. The vessel also has an emergency tiller and a secondary transom hung emergency rudder.

 

Propulsion

Diesel:  Perkins Sabre M265TI with 4750.0 hours
Gearing: ZF 80A, 2.5:1
Flex mounted to laminated stringers.
Fresh water cooled, raw water heat exchanger, wet exhaust.Located in an enclosed engine room below main salon. Has an entry door forward of the nav station. The engine room is finished with a fire resistant, sound-proofing material.

Shaft: 3" stainless steel, Tides Strong Seal, Bronze I-strut with cutlass bearing (new 2012)

Prop: Variable pitch Hundestedt VP4, 31.5" three blade

Control: Mini-Marex-E electronic shift and throttle at outside helm and at main salon station.

The engine space is extremely neat and orderly, well lit and well ventilated. It features a service sink for wash-up and stainless tanks for lube oil and waste oil storage. They have a deck fill and deck pump out fitting with manifold and pump.


Fuel System

Two stainless steel diesel tanks
700 gallons total capacity
Tank vents have Racor Lifeguard separators
Dual Racor primary filters and spin on secondary filters for engine and both generators.
A fuel hose and pump in the transom accessed "garage" provides fuel for the diesel tender


Fresh Water System

450 gallons capacity in two stainless tanks filled by a single point.
AC and DC pumps with accumulator tank.
Provides fresh water to 5 heads, galley, wet bar and shower in the transom "garage"

Hot Water via stainless steel Kaukora 60 Gallon tank - engine and AC heating.

Watermaker:  Aqua Whisper Sea Recovery reverse osmosis system with a 1-1/2" bronze seacock and strainer.  AC circulating pump.


Sanitary System

5 Techna DC macerating toilets, freshwater flush, direct discharge into blackwater tanks.
5 head sinks drain to graywater sumps via DC macerators.

2 - stainless blackwater/holding tanks - 600 gallons capacity
Deck pumpout and overboard capacity

2 - stainless graywater tanks - 600 gallons capacity
Overboard discharge via pumping at a waterline discharge.


Electrical System

24 VDC system consisting of:
Two banks of paired 12V Optima AGM for engine and generator starting
Two banks of 12 x 2 VDC Mastervolt MVSC-Gel-2-1500 gel batteries
All batteries covered and strapped into place.
All new 2012

Stranded copper wire throughout, builder installed/mapped and no alternations.
Surveyor notes that wire runs are exceptionally well done.

AC System consists of:
125 amp shore power connection w/breaker at inlet.
Glendenning Cable Master 240' cord
230V / 50Hz System
2 x A/Sea AC18 automatic converters and isolation transformers feed 110 and 220 circuits
4 x Mastervolt 24/100 and 1 x 24/25 multistage battery chargers|
5 x Mastervolt 24/2500 and 1 x 24/1000 inverters
Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) controlled power shedding system.

Generators:
#1: 25kw Northern Lights, Model 9844-2794, fresh water cooled - 8270 hours.
#2: 16kw Northern Lights, Model 844-LW-3.3, fresh water cooled - 1425 hours (new 2012)


Emergency

5 submersible Gianneschi 3600 gph bilge pumps with auto and manual modes, light indicators and cycle counters.
8 automatic Whale Gulper pumps with intakes along the mid bilge strainers with automatic sensors to remove water at heel. These pumps have cycle counters.
2 Manual Whale pumps, one in lazarette and one in galley, each with 2-pickup manifold.
Belt driven pump and mechanical clutch on engine.

2 x MOM-8A modules for Person Overboard Safety (DateSeptember 2014)
2 x Avon 8-man Life Raft (Due April 2016)
2 x ACR Class II EPIRBS (Due March 2014)
Solas Flares Kit (Due January 2017)
Electric Horn with automatic fog signal
Multiple first aid kits throughout vessel and in ditch bag
Ditch bag with food, water, first aid, flares and EPIRB (one of the two above)
8 x 5lb ABC portable fire extinguishers mounted throughout vessel and galley
1 x 10lb portable CO fire extinguisher unit in engine room
Fixed fire extinguishing system: 70lb Softex foam with nozzles throughout engine room.
Fire hose in lazarette teed from sal water pump in the engine room
3 x CO alarms, one each in master and guest staterooms



Hydraulic System

The following items are hydraulically powered:
head stay roller furler, boom furler, windlass, thruster, transom "garage" door rams, winch for tender, Navtec rams on back stay, inner head stay and jib halyard tension.

Dual Rexroth AC pumps and reservoirs
Additional PTO driving pumps on each generator
Oil cooling via the engine manifold.


Electronics

VHF - Icom IC-M604 with two remote mics
SSB - Icom IC-M802
Radar - Furono Nav Net VX2 interfaced system with three repeaters
Plotter - Furuno Nav Net VX2 interfaced system
GPS - Two Furono GP37
Autopilot - B&G Hercules Pilot with hydraulic pump and ram
Depth - B&G Hercules 2000 with repeaters (plus depth feature on Nav Net)
Speed - B&G Hercules 2000
Wind - B&G
Sat Phone - KVH satellite phone and internet accessible system
CCTV - Three cameras (engine room and spreaders) interfaced with Nav Net
WiFi Amplification from shore by Rogue Wave Antenna


Entertainment

"Control4" Audio & Visual interface system via any Ipad, Iphone, or Android portable device which interact with the following systems:

KVH M7 26" Gyro Stabilized Satellite TV Antenna (upgraded 2012)
Sat TV Receivers linked to KVH gyro stabilized antenna for USA, South America & Europe
37" Samsung LCD-TV in Salon
46" LED Samsung TV in Master Cabin
5 x 18" LCD Samsung LCD-TV in crew and guest areas
2 Samsung DVD Players
Sonos integrated audio interface for portable device stored and internet audio data
Wii gaming system
Media Hard Drive with very large capacity for movie and music storage coupled to a....
Media PC with Windows OS8

 


Galley and such

Large U-shaped counter with granite veneer over honeycomb cored counter topsDouble basin stainless sink
AC garbage disposal
AC Miele dishwasher
Gaggenau microwave/convection oven
Broan trash compactor
Gimbaled Gaggenau LP and AC Stove with three LP gas burners & 2 AC electric
Gaggenau exhaust fan over the stove, as well as deck hatches, for adequate venting
LP System - Solenoid controls 2 x 20lb LP tanks (in deck lockers) supply ample propane.

2 x Built-in, self-contained Waeco AC/DC refrigerator and freezer in galley.Similar mini fridges in main salon, master stateroom.  
Brema fridge in cockpit.

Hoshizaki ice maker at wet bar in salon


HVAC and Ventilation

Condaria 220 VAC system with seawater cooling.
Headhunter circulating pump, 3 compressors, 2 heating elements
Five comfort zones for climate control heat / cool

12 custom Swan flush deck hatches with screens and shades
DC Bilge ventilation fans for moisture and odor control
Delta T DC fans with automatic temperatur and low pressure switches in engine room
Heads have DC powered ventilation fans and deck hatches for fresh air


Mast, Rigging, Sails

Southern Spars (NZ) built high modulus carbon fiber mast with 4 spreaders
Welded titanium mast step.
Mast faired and painted with Awl-Grip

Southern Spars (NZ) built carbon fiber boom with in-boom hydraulic furling
Hydraulic ram for outhaul tension
Painted with Awl-Grip (Oyster White)

Carbon fiber spinnaker pole

Rigging is Navtec stainless rod, masthead rig with discontinuous shrouds and swept spreaders. Navtec rod rigging was disassembled in 2012, sent to Navtec, re-headed and inspected via dye penetrant testing.

Roller furled jib - Enerpac hydraulic head stay
Removable kevlar inner head stay with Navtec hydraulic ram.Split back stay

Running rigging is a combination of Spectra and Vectran halyards and sheets - (new 2012)
Kevlar running backstays (new 2012)
Stainless jib tracks on deck with Harken blocks.

2 x Rondell RW4000 hydraulic captive drum winches for main halyard, main sheet
2 x Rondell RW6000 for the jib sheets
2 x Lewmar 111 winches
2 x Lewmar 88 self-tailing hydraulic winches
2 x Lewmar 88 self-tailing manual winches

Navtec hydraulic boom vang

Sails:
2012 Quantum full batten main sail Fusion-M blend of Carbon and Vectran fibers
2012 Quantum genoa Fusion-M blend of Carbon and Vectran fibers
2003 North staysail Carbon and Spectra fiber
2003 North storm tri-sail Carbon and Spectra fiber
2003 North asymmetrical spinnaker


Deck Equipment and Ground Tackle

Rails and Lifelines:
Double piped stainless bow and stern rails with double 3/8" uncoated lifelines
Stainless steel stanchions
Two side gates with Pelican hooks
Raised toe rails fore and aft
Moveable center toe rails with stainless bolts that can be fastened to the center of the foredeck.

8 x 16" heavy stainless pop-up cleats with closed chocks through the toe rails

1 x 180lb CQR anchor with 240' of 1/2" BB chain>
Hydraulically operated titanium deployment anchor roller stores in anchor locker
1 x Fortress FX-85 anchor with spool of chain and super-braid rode as spare in sail locker.
Lewmar 5000 Hydraulic anchor windlass


Tax Status & Disclaimer

U.S. Import Tax has not been paid on this vessel.
https://help.cbp.gov/app/answers/detail/a_id/1184/  for further information.
Buyer should consult qualified authority for accurate guidance pertaining to their specific situation.  Broker cannot provide legal or tax advice beyond clear representation of tax status of the vessel.

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.

LOA: 99'11
LWL: 86'7
Beam: 23'1
Min. Draft: 13'2
Max. Draft: 13'6
Displacement: 82,000
Bridge Clearance: 140'1
Fuel Capacity: 661
Water Capacity: 454
Type: Sailing
Designed By: German Frers
Builder: Nautor Swan
Model: Nautor Swan 100
Year: 2003
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Location: Virgin Gorda, BVI
Boat Engine: Perkins Sabre M265TI
Horsepower: 265

Summary of Work at Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding in Thomaston, Maine

AUTUMN 2013
Pre-Caribbean prep:
Fresh bottom paint (Interlux Ultra Black)
Polish and protect prop and shaft with Prop Speed antifouling epoxy, refresh all zincs.
High gloss waxing of hull

AUTUMN 2011 - SPRING 2012 - 8 month Major Refit

Paint hull, deck, mast, boom and garage
Sand deck
Replace generator with new PTO bracketsAll new batteries - 24 x 12V Batteries
Varnish all soles, most interior, wheels, cockpit table, flagpoles
New teak installed around most deck hatches
New running rigging
Standing rigging pulled, die-tested, inspected and re-headed by Navtech
Full maintenance on Hundested propeller
Remove shaft, polish, replace cutlass bearings
Major electronic wiring
New helm station panels designed and built
New main and jib
New rope lighting in cockpit, salon, helm station
Refurbish jet tender - paint job, rebuild engine

For more information contact:

Scott F. Layton
(207) 701-1235

The owner and crew of Red Sky have gone to great lengths to make sure every aspect of this vessel is kept in perfect working order.  Lyman-Morse has been instrumental in this. I have been intimately involved in this process over the years.  I was the project manager in her 2010-2011 refit. She is worth every penny.  I can attest to that.

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