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SUPERMARINE MOTOR YACHTS LTD.

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

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

© 2019 by Dark Horse Marketing & Design Consultants

Sheer Elegance ...

DESIGN

Two designers of outstanding calibre and achievement have contributed to the Swordfish.
For the hull lines, engineering and propeller, Alan Burnard, formerly chief designer of Fairey Marine, was commissioned. 

The Supermarine Swordfish 36’s are ‘hand built’ using time served skills coupled with the latest technologies, at Northshore Shipyard’s boat building facility in Chichester Harbour on the South Coast of England.  Each Swordfish is laminated from glass reinforced plastic, formed in a series of moulds using the latest design engineering, materials and resins, to add strength and save weight. The end result is a product that is incredibly solid, yet lightweight, beyond the high standards of Lloyds of London and similar to that now adopted by lifeboat and fast military patrol craft.

 

Using today's advanced technology, the hull structure of the Supermarine Swordfish has been engineered by High Modulus along with other refinements including shallower prop-shaft angles. Combined with her soft-ride deep v hull and flared top sides, this motor yacht offers exceptional sea-going comfort and performance.

New exterior styling of the Swordfish 36 has been designed by Ken Freivokh and the original founder of Supermarine Motor Yachts, David Skellon with bold, striking lines, colour co-ordinated capping rail and re-designed stainless steel air intakes. This new version offers an attractive alternative to the timeless 'Classic' model.
 

MARTIME CAPABILITY

The perfect driving position has good visibility and protection from the aerodynamically shaped windscreen which deflects wind and weather.

The airline-type instrument console provides the driver with 'one glance' information from its comprehensive array. Comfortable high backed seats are perfectly sited at screen-deflection height, so that even in heavy weather, guests in the cockpit will always feel safe and secure.

The optional unique radar arch, designed by Ken Freivokh enhances the exterior styling of the motor yacht whilst providing useful hand holds both from the sidedecks and from within the cockpit, plus stowage for bimini and camper tops. A large working foredeck and wide sidedecks with timber rubbing strake and bow rail offer safety at sea.

 

The gracefully sculptured stern, blended exhaust pods and stepped outboard, leave noise and fumes far behind - not on the transom. The twin Yanmar 440hp diesel engine option is geared through ZF 2 speed gear boxes, to give good manoeuvrability when docking and arrow flight stability at speed.

BUILT TO YOUR OWN SPECIFICATION

When choosing the unique specification of your Swordfish 36, you will be able to specify from an extensive list of options, letting you create a motor yacht that fulfils your every need. The initial choice is between the Grand Tourer, a centre cockpit version with a luxurious owners aft cabin, or the Monaco with a bigger open cockpit, ideal for sunnier climes. 

 

Air conditioning, passerelle and bimini top options are available for Mediterranean cruising.

 

Exterior hull bands and colours, cockpit upholstery, interior wood finishes, upholstery types and colours, carpet colours or flooring finishes, even possible engine choices can all be configured to build the motor yacht of your dreams.
 

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

CONTEMPORARY INTERIOR

A contemporary interior, styled by Ken Freivokh, from a choice of timbers, leather and stainless steel creates a sense of refinement and sophistication. The elegant open plan layout, combined with large eye-line windows in the coachroof sides provide a light and spacious atmosphere. 
 

The forward saloon incorporates a comfortable double sleeping area, a starboard side settee and dining area. The stylish galley has an oven and hob, a stainless steel sink set in the worktop, with a fridge and plenty of storage space, providing all the necessary amenities for a live aboard weekend. Combining elegance with liveable comfort; a microwave, sound systems and the latest TV’s screen can be included to your specification. 

For the Grand Tourer model, the owners aft cabin offers a double bed sleeping are with ample storage for clothes etc., finished to the same exceptional standards as the forward saloon cabin. Both the forward cabin and aft cabins boast superb en-suite heads/shower compartments with good standing headroom.

The design and style by Freivokh Design is both stylish and practical and can be finished to the owners choice of carefully offered fabrics, leathers and wood finishes – or even to any customized contemporary ideas assisted by our naval architects and interior designers.

INTERIOR LAYOUT

GRAND TOURER

The spacious open plan accommodation includes a generous forward cabin with large double bed, toilet and shower, galley and saloon area with seating and dinette which can convert to occasional sleeping for two. The aft cabin has a large double bed with ensuite toilet and shower facilities. The well protected cockpit has seating for four at the helm position, plus further seating in the main cockpit.

DESIGNERS OF PEDIGREE

 

Two designers of outstanding calibre and achievement have contributed to the Swordfish. For the hull lines, engineering and propeller, Alan Burnard, formerly chief designer of Fairey Marine, was commissioned. 

His experience in offshore racing and in military patrol craft development contributed to the durability and sea keeping qualities of the successful Huntsman, Swordsman and Spearfish motor yachts.

The original styling has been enhanced by unique radar arch, designed by Ken Freivokh, which compliments her distinctive lines. 

A contemporary interior, styled again by Ken Freivokh, maximises the use of all workable space, and creates a sense of refinement and sophistication within her open plan layout.

MARITIME CAPABILITY

Using today's advanced technology, the hull structure of the Supermarine Swordfish has been engineered by High Modulus along with other refinements including shallower prop-shaft angles. Combined with her soft-ride deep v hull and flared top sides, this motor yacht offers exceptional sea-going comfort and performance.