L.O.A - 36'0" (10.97m)

Beam - 12'3" (3.73m)

Draft - 3'6" (1.09m)

Cruising speed - 32 knots

Fuel - 1136 litres

Water - 272 litres



Isophthalic resin hull laminate system with stitched multi-axial reinforcements for superior osmosis resistance. Solid single skin bottom shell and balsa cored topsides and deck, supported by longitudinal stiffeners and transverse frames and bulkheads.
Pure white gelcoat finish below the waterline.

A half round section teak wooden rubbing strake is fitted around the entire vessel, laminated at the bow and stern and finished in hard gloss polyurethane varnish.



In 1989, the man at the helm of the Swordfish team was David Skellon. A former airline pilot with a lifetime of experience in both ocean going sailing and offshore power boating. Responsible for the legendary Fisher range of motor sailers from the late sixties and seventies, David brought his pilot’s sense of perfection to the Swordfish project and allowed no compromise in all aspects of Swordfish creation.

David worked alongside Alan Burnard and Ken Freivokh to create the final design, then sculptured several models and many drawing board lines, to oversee the design and engineering of the Supermarine Swordfish 36.

Helm Console

The purpose-designed wrap-around windscreen, developed in Italy has a fabricated stainless steel framework surrounding heavy duty tinted polycarbonate glass, with a landing for the three section canopy and tonneau cover.
Electric horn.
VHF radio Simrad.
Helm position indicator.
Speed and distance log.
Depth indicator.
Electronic compass.
Magnetic steering compass.
Navigation, stern, anchor and cockpit lights.
Electrical systems switchboard.
Electric anchor winch, cable and self-stowing stainless steel anchor.

Engine Compartment

The propulsion machinery is twin six-cylinder Yanmar 440 turbo-charged diesel engines driving through 2 speed ZF gearboxes to Aqualoy 30 stainless steel shafts and bronze propellers. Aerodynamically shaped intake cowls feed air supply to the engine room, turbo chargers, battery housing, interior ventilation and air conditioning if installed.
Extractor fans exhaust air aft of the cowls.
Forced air ventilation is ducted through the interior.
The stepped companionway lifts to provide access to stern glands, sea-water inlets as well as the engine room, which is heavily soundproofed against noise and fumes.
Engine room extractor fans.
Automatic electric bilge pumps.
Manual diaphram bilge pump.
Engine room automatic fire extinguishers.
Hot water calorifier.
Fresh water pressure system.
220v shore power supply and 12v battery charger.
4 x 12v heavy duty battery systems.
Holding tank.
Engine tachometer, oil pressure, temperature, boost, amps, volts.
Engine alarms and warning lights.
Engine start and stop controls.

Main Saloon

The electrical systems panel and VHF are fitted near the main hatchway and there is an opening deck hatch in the middle of the saloon.
A settee dinette seating area with table and extendable leaves to form dining for six.
Radio with speakers.


The galley incorporates a ceramic hob with a sizeable worktop area, refrigerator, stainless steel sink and stowage.
Hot and cold fresh water supplies.

Forward Cabin

Full size double bed.
Lined wardrobe.
Fabric upholstery is either quality leather or alcantara.

Toilet/Shower Rooms

Hot and cold fresh water supplies.
Electric Vacuflush sea toilet, shower compartment with mirror, lockers, shower grating and quality bathroom furniture.


Aft Cabin (Grand Tourer layout)

Full size double bed.
Lined wardrobe.
Fabric upholstery is either quality leather or alcantara.


Raymarine ST60 Speed and depth.
Autopilot 1550G
SI70 Radar.
Air conditioning/heating.
Bimini top.
Stern davits.
Teak laid side decks.
Mediterranean stern passarelle.
Flat screen TV/DVD player.
CD player.


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Northshore Shipyard, Itchenor, Chichester, West Sussex PO20 7AY ENGLAND

Tel: 01243 512611 Email:sales@supermarine.co.uk 

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