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Fairey Swordsman, SOLD

[ Sea Swordsman ] Photos ] Deck Layout ] Wheel House ] Saloon ] Forepeak ] Galley ] Owner's Cabin ] Heads ] Engines ] [ Specifications ] Comments ]

Sea Swordsman
Deck Layout
Wheel House
Owner's Cabin


Fairey Swordsman, Sea Swordsman

2001   Fairey Owners Club Concours de Elegance Trophy winner

Sea Swordsman is a Fairey Swordsman built by Fairey Marine hot moulded Agba and completed by shipwright, L. Wringe and the Owner's Company to a very high standard. She was launched in 1970. 

The bottom of the hull is made up of 7 laminations of 2.5mm Agba the topsides are 6 laminations. Decks are Teak laid on marine plywood. Coachroof and superstructure is all Utile marine ply on a Mahogany framework.  Saloon, wheelhouse and aft cabin roofs are Cascover sheathed.

Sea Swordsman has been maintained regardless of expense, is wintered ashore under cover and won the Fairey Owners Club Concours de Elegance Trophy in 2001.

Approximate Dimensions

Length Overall  33ft 10.01m
Waterline Length  28ft 8.53m
Beam  11ft 5ins 3.48m
Draft  3ft 0.92m
Air Draft (Aerials lowered) 9 ft  2.75m
Reg Tonnage  9.95


Full Part I Registered British Ship


She offers comfortable accommodation for up to six.
Excellent headroom throughout
Twin berths in the forepeak
Dinette to port - table lowers to form double berth
Galley opposite to starboard
Main heads to starboard, aft of galley
up into wheel house with helm to port and fore and aft facing seats to starboard 
Table can be fitted here to form open dining area.
Table can also be lowered to form additional berths
Down steps aft to owners double cabin with en-suite heads / shower

Deck Equipment


Meon  style anchor
SL Sea-Wolf electric anchor windlass

Self-stow bow roller


Clear view rotating screen for helm
Henry Browne Sestrel Grid steering compass

Whittall Stainless Steel dinghy davits
Boat hooks
Ensign / Staff
Anchor ball

General Equipment

Hand bearing compass
Ships Bell

Chest refrigerator (24VoltDC) under saloon seat opposite galley 


Vaillant hot water heater


Engine driven calorifier with immersion heater
Pressurised hot and cold water to both heads / shower and galley 
Extractor fans in each heads
Eberspacher, diesel fired warm air heating

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Wedgewood china place settings
Pans & cutlery

Sestrel clock and barometer


Twin Volvo Penta TAMP41P-A 200hp diesels - installed in 2000
Drives 5-bladed Props on stainless steel shafts
PSS Shaft seals
Hydraulic trim tabs


    Water tank level 

Water - 4 x Plastic tanks total 80 gallons
Diesel  2 x Steel - total 280 gallons 
Holding - 2 x Stainless Steel capacity TBA

Electrics / Electronics

12 Volt DC and 24 Volt DC systems

BEP Marine Matrix Battery voltage / current / capacity monitor


Raytheon R10 Radar
Raymarine RN300 GPS


Autohelm Tridata  Depth / speed / log
Raymarine ST7001+ autopilot


VHF Radio telephone
Broadcast band radio / cassette player
220V AC shore power installation with RCD 
Navigation lights
Interior lights
Anchor light
Chart table light

Safety Gear


Three station gas alarm
4 station bilge alarm with sounder


Fire blanket
4 x Fire Extinguishers
Life belt

Liferaft - service due

Rope cutters
Air horn
Boarding ladder
Radar reflector
Manual bilge pump
3 x electric bilge pumps

Shore Gear

Inflatable dinghy

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All over winter cover with steel frame

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Launching trolley ..... 
.....Can be loaded on to low loader for easy transport.

[ Sea Swordsman ] Photos ] Deck Layout ] Wheel House ] Saloon ] Forepeak ] Galley ] Owner's Cabin ] Heads ] Engines ] [ Specifications ] Comments ]
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For further details or to arrange to view, please contact Adrian  Espin at: - Eastern Yachts 
19 Colne Road, Brightlingsea, Essex, CO7 0DL  Tel: 01206 305 996  or +44 1206 305 996   

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In this case we are acting as Brokers only. The Vendor is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and, where appropriate, to have the vessel fully surveyed and inspected, sea trialled and opened up.  All Content is copyright - All Rights Reserved.