Neff Yacht Sales / Used 42 foot NAUTOR'S SWAN   - BARLEYCORN



2007 • 42' (12.98 m) •
United States

€295,000 EUR

Barleycorn is hull #024 of this most popular, ClubSwan 42.

Barleycorn" was the sole Swan 42 representing the fleet in the Greenport distance race.

The Owner always kept her in great conditions, she has raced her lightly and locally over the past few years.

This present Owner has continued to maintain this ClubSwan 42 in her top conditions.


Vessel Information

Model Year: 2007
Type: Sailboat
Sub Category: Cruising/Racing Sailboat
Condition: Used

LOA: 42' (12.98 m)
Beam Feet: 12' (3.93 m)
Draft Feet: 0' (0.00 m)
Engine Info: -
Staterooms: 3

Location: Newport, Rhode Island United States
City: Newport
Country: United States

Detailed information


Quintessence has been professionally and meticulously maintained since new. The deck has been recently painted with Non-skid with additional non-skid areas tastefully added.



Infusion moulded E-glass / vinylester laminate with carbon reinforcements in selected areas

Sandwich with closed cell foam cored hull, with higher density foam in bottom and slamming areas.

Fibre reinforcements are multiaxial and unidirectional. Structural bulkheads are of veneered sandwich construction or marine grade waterproof plywood. Watertight bulkhead at bow, drained fore peak. Bottom stiffeners reinforced with unidirectional carbon and multiaxialglassfibre in selected areas. GRP engine beds.

Stainless chainplate deck fittings.

Topsides painted in flag blue with gold sheer and waterline stripes.


Steel fin with antimony alloyed lead torpedo bulb and with upper flange recessed into hull, hi-tensile steel bolts

Epoxy coated

Faired to class tolerance

Single-point lift

Steering System

Foam filled rudder blade of GRP from female mould.

Carbon/epoxy stock

Epoxy coated

An aluminium quadrant, wire steering with chain and sprocket, self-aligning rudder bearings

Roller bearing sheaves.

Twin composite pedestals integrated with cockpit sole with twin carbon fibre wheels, diameter 0.95 m. Lightweight aluminium emergency tiller


Deck Construction

Infusion moulded E-glass vinylester laminate sandwich deck with glass skins and closed cell foam core

High density core or compact laminate under winches and deck hardware as appropriate.

Two-tone non-skid decking – Tele Grey RAL 7047

9mm teak on cockpit seats

Deck Equipment

The pushpit, pulpit and stanchions in stainless steel.

600 mm high lifelines, with lower life lines at minimum ISAF/ORC height

There is one pair of mooring cleats at bow.

Built-in GRP foot chocks for helmsman/tactician and mainsheet trimmer and center line iof cockpit.

Boarding ladder aft and a flagpole holder on stern.

Mast collar with Spartite.

Grab rails on each side of coach roof and companionway.

Headstay attachment on stemhead (below deck for Reckmann furler).

Two folding pad-eyes for harness attachment in cockpit.

Safety lines attachment to pulpit and pushpit base.

ISAF/ORC regulation toe rails (30 mm high) moulded in on the foredeck.

GRP Mouldings & Vents

Deck stowage on foredeck and in lazarette

Lockers for storage in cockpit coamings on both sides

Locker for storage in port side aft coaming

Life raft stowage on deck at companionway (GRP cover)

Hatches & Windows

Anchor stowage hatch

One foredeck hatch Lewmar size 60

One saloon overhead hatch Lewmar size 44

One ventilation hatch in head Lewmar size 03

Four fixed coaming windows

Two openable coaming portholes - in aft, galley and navigation area

Four openable coaming portholes in cockpit for aft cabins

One hatch to lazarettte

Main companionway sliding hatch garage flush with coach roof.

The main companionway consists of removable plexiglass drop boards with designated stowage.


Harken Aluminium winches

B 530 3TCR Primary

B 53 2STA Mainsheet

B 44 2STA Cabin Top

Sailing Hardware

Harken jib sheet tracks with floating adjuster system

Harken mainsheet traveller system

Harken halyard lead blocks

Spinlock clutches

Single-line inhauler system

Bowsprit and furler control lines led aft

Crossover sheave for hlyards on both sides



Interior finish: teak with satin white GRP/canvas lining

Lockable plywood floorboards covered with bamboo veneer

Interior cushions with dark blue covers

Overhead liner GRP moulding, bonded in place

Removable vinyl cover panels will provide access to deck hardware

Foam mattresses over Scandi-Flex battens

Curtains for side windows and handrails throughout

Canvas lee cloths for lower saloon and aft cabin berths

Forward Cabin

Double berth with stowage under

Removable support structure for racing

Reading lights above the berth

Locker with shelves and doors

Shelves on hull sides

Head / Shower

White GRP interior module with wash basin

Lockers outboards and doors in teak

Fresh water tap, shower, mirror and waste container.

Aft Cabins

There are aft cabins on port and starboard side (mirror image).

Double berth

Stowage under berth

Shelf on hull side

Hanging locker in starboard side cabin, locker with shelves in port side cabin


Folding leaf table

Settee backrests fold up and convert into Pullman berths, storage behind backrests

Tanks below settees


Two burner gas stove with oven, protected by stainless steel guard

Stainless steel double sinks with fresh water tap

Formica counter tops and sink cover

Drawer and lockers

Top loading refrigerator 105 l gravity drained with valve

Garbage bin

Nav Station

Forward facing chart table with seat

Chart stowage under table top

Chest of drawers

Engine Space

Removable front part of engine box incorporates teak ladder

Service hatches

Engine control panel recessed in cockpit

25 mm sound proofing


Volvo Penta D2-40 130 S marine diesel 29 kW 40 Hp.

Saildrive 2.19:1 and 2-blade 17" racing folding propeller.

140 l fuel in two polyethene tanks. Tank level indication for fuel.

Plumbing Systems

Fresh water 320 l in polyethene tanks. Pressurised hot and cold water.

Back-up foot pump for fresh water and Oras single lever mixing faucets.

Flush mounted composite closing sea cocks for all through hull fittings below waterline

Deck shower

Ventilation System

Engine space air inlet from deck.

Natural ventilation through deck hatches

Drainage System

Jabsco Marine toilet, using sea water for toilet flushing.

Y-valve in head, overboard discharge / holding tank.

Flexible holding tank 55 l / 14.5 USg. Manual toilet discharging to holding

tank. Tank emptied by hand pump or deck suction.

Two manual and one electric bilge pump.

Refrigeration System

Battery driven refrigeration unit.


Main distribution panel contains 12 V DC gauges and 110 V AC gauges and

circuit breakers, lighted.

Bottom of mast, shrouds and stays are grounded to the keel.

Air conditioning

12 V DC Air conditioning system under aft-Starboard bunk, installed by Nautor, at the factory,

DC System

12 V DC insulated return system for lighting and general service

Main switchboard 12 V DC outboard of chart table

Service battery of AGM type 12 V 2 x 160 Ah in saloon table base

12 V outlet at chart table.

AC System

Shore power 110 V AC system (220 V AC for EU boats)

30 Amp shore power cord and inlet

220v outlets one at nav station, one in forward cabin

GFI duplex receptacle


115 A alternator with an electronic sensor

Inverter / battery charger


Red/green LED lights on pulpit

White stern LED light on pushpit

Steam light / deck light on forward side of mast

Recessed halogen dome lights overhead

Flexible chart light at navigation station

Red light above navigation station and in galley


Navigation Instruments

There are two SUUNTO magnetic compasses, mounted on each steering pedestal

Oackham Club Swan 42 Racing pack

– Oackham Processor

– Vertical Carbon wind transducer

– Flush mounted speed and depth transducers

– 2 X soild state compasses

– Heel angle

– Four Jumbo mast displays, carbon instrument bracket from Hall Spars

– Upgraded performance processor

Additional hi-speed GPS antenna installed

Garmin 420 Chartplotter

Autopilot System

Simrad Autopilot package including

Pilot dispay on deck

Rudder position sensor

Communications Systems

Fixed mounted Icom IC0M411 VHF-DSC radio with mast head antenna


Clear coated carbon fibre double spreader fractional rig

Carbon retractable bowsprit in waterproof garage

Black painted aluminium boom and aluminium spreaders swept 20 degrees.

Mainsail track for all OD racing

Single line reefing arrangements for two reefs

Windex with light and one coaxial cable

Mechanical vang

Shims for mast adjustment

Combined mainsail luff groove and track system

Navtec rod rigging with discontinuous shrouds, Series 500 deck turnbuckles.

Recessed Reckmann RS3000-S2 carbon furler with dual groove carbon racing foils.

Holmatro hydraulic backstay system with twin carbon control panels in cockpit near mainsheet winches

Running Rigging

Inventory available upon request

Multiple sets and spares


Owner's Manual in English.

Canvas covers for steering wheels and pedestals, dark blue sunbrella

Sprayhood over companionway hatch, dark blue sunbrella

Canvas covers for interior cushions, dark blue sunbrella

Canvas bags for halyard tails

Holmatro Hydraulic mast jack

Engine spare parts

Engine tool kit

Flag pole


Shipping cradle, adjustable height

OD certification from builder

IRC measurement One design certificate filled in by Nautor

Lifeline cushions

Bags for sheets and halyards in cockpit

Six winch handles

Safety Equipment

Remote control fire extinguisher in engine space.

4x fenders with covers

Horseshoe buoy with reflective stripes, light, rope, drogue, cover

Offshore flares kit

Medical Kit Table D with mounting bracket

Radar reflector

Set of wooden bungs

Gas alarm


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