ClubSwan 36

ClubSwan 36

ClubSwan 36

The ClubSwan 36, with the adoption of foils, brings the fun and excitement of drift and keelboat racing, while offering a direct entry into one of the most coveted clubs in the yachting world. The ClubSwan 36 is similar to a modern supercar, allowing you to reach exceptional limits in total control with the extraordinary feeling of sailing at over 20 knots in total safety.

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ClubSwan 36 – The extraordinary sensation of surfing at over 20 knots in total safety

The fortune of Nautor’s Swan was born in 1967 with a 36 footer, one of the first few yachts built in fiber-glass. When the Swan 36 arrived on the scene a new datum was set. After 52 years of the same enthusiasm and belief in innovation, these are still the basic ingredients for creating the ClubSwan 36.

The foil-assisted ClubSwan 36 brings the fun and excitement of dinghy and keelboat racing while offering direct entry into one of the most desirable clubs in the yachting world. The innovative design boasts a flush deck, open cockpit, and retractable bowsprit, a chamfered bow, and a transverse sliding C-foil. The carbon rig provides plenty of tuning opportunities while racing this innovative entry-level sports boat.

ClubSwan 36 Design – The architect Juan Kouyoumdijan

“The new ClubSwan 36 is an innovative high-performance yacht that has been developed using all the experience of Nautor’s ClubSwan Division and the detailed hydrodynamic and CFD studies of Juan Kouyoumdjian in a timeless authentic design. Working with the most qualified experts available and following a deep dedication to finding the edge between an incredibly fast hull, thanks to the latest available technology, and impeccable handling in every condition. The ClubSwan 36 is akin to a modern supercar, allowing you to reach exceptional limits in total control – the extraordinary sensation of surfing at over 20 knots in total safety needs to be experienced to be believed. The ClubSwan 36 allows an amateur sailor to reach extreme performances while racing strict One Design in a tight competition.

ClubSwan 36 – Deck

The ClubSwan 36 features a modern deck layout, the design comes from the evolution of a concept, tested with various scale models, the shape is clean with well-defined ergonomics. The design is based on how the deck will be used: all that is superfluous has been removed, adding back only what is needed for efficient crew placement and how the crew moves together. The deck is equipped with seven Harken winches, two for the runners, two for the mainsail, and two for the jibs or kite, the seventh is positioned centrally and is used to control the C-board, halyards and other lines. Functionality is key when positioning the winches in the right place with the correct angle, in order to achieve the best efficiency and performance.

Similar to a dinghy, all the cleats for the deflector, cunningham, and vang are placed on both sides of the yacht to be easily accessed by the mainsail trimmer. The line systems are covered by two removable panels, light and durable thanks to some unidirectional reinforcements. The panel on the foredeck covers the retractable bowsprit and the retriever circuit, while the second carter aft of the mast covers all the other circuits and restrictors that replace the stoppers. The main idea behind the removable panels comes from the desire to have a clean deck and keeping most of the controls outside the boat, leaving a dryer interior; guaranteeing Nautor’s Swan traditional safety philosophy whilst also having easy access for maintenance.

Clubswan 36

ClubSwan 36 – Interiors

The ClubSwan 36 features a modern deck layout, the design comes from the evolution of a concept, tested with various scale models, the shape is clean with well-defined ergonomics. The design is based on how the deck will be used: all that is superfluous has been removed, adding back only what is needed for efficient crew placement and how the crew moves together. The deck is equipped with seven Harken winches, two for the runners, two for the mainsail, and two for the jibs or kite, the seventh is positioned centrally and is used to control the C-board, halyards and other lines.

Functionality is key when positioning the winches in the right place with the correct angle, in order to achieve the best efficiency and performance. Similar to a dinghy, all the cleats for the deflector, cunningham and, vang are placed on both sides of the yacht to be easily accessed by the mainsail trimmer. The line systems are covered by two removable panels, light and durable thanks to some unidirectional reinforcements. The panel on the foredeck covers the retractable bowsprit and the retriever circuit, while the second carter aft of the mast covers all the other circuits and restrictors that replace the stoppers. The main idea behind the removable panels comes from the desire to have a clean deck and keeping most of the controls outside the boat, leaving a dryer interior; guaranteeing Nautor’s Swan traditional safety philosophy whilst also having easy access for maintenance.

ClubSwan 36 – Sailing

The new ClubSwan 36 is an innovative high-performance yacht that has been developed using all the experience of Nautor’s ClubSwan Division and the detailed hydrodynamic and CFD studies of Juan Kouyoumdjian in a timeless authentic design. Working with the most qualified experts available and following a deep dedication to finding the edge between an incredibly fast hull, thanks to the latest available technology, and impeccable handling in every condition. The ClubSwan 36 is akin to a modern supercar, allowing you to reach exceptional limits in total control – the extraordinary sensation of surfing at over 20 knots in total safety needs to be experienced to be believed. The ClubSwan 36 allows an amateur sailor to reach extreme performances while racing strict One Design in a tight competition.

ClubSwan 36 – Data

LOA:  11.00 m (36 ft)
LWL: 10.59 m (34.74 ft)
Beam Max: 3.60 m (11.8 ft)
Draft: 2.75 m (9 ft)
Displacement Measurement: 2710 kg (5,974 lb)
Displacement: 3300 kg (7,275 lb)
Ballast: 1163 kg (2,564 lb)
Fuel: 40 l (10.56 USg)
Electric engine: Torquedo 10 Kw powered by BMW
Combustion engine: Nanni Diesel 10.3 kW @3600rpm [14hp]
JIB max: 33.5 mq (361 sq.ft)
Main sail: 58.4 mq (629 sq.ft)
Asymmetric spinnaker: 134 mq (1422 sq.ft)
Design: Juan Kouyoumdjian
Construction Approval: CE Approved. ISO 12215 – Category B

 

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