Mark Cameron Yachts

Sweden Yachts 390

£130,000


Overview

Available

Lying: Spain

General Information

Manufacturer/ModelSweden Yachts 390
NameJavelin
DesignerP Norlin / J Ostmann
Year2000
CategorySail
New or UsedUsed
Sale StatusAvailable
Price£130,000
LyingSpain
Reference1709111

Specifications

LOA11.89m
LWL9.6m
Beam3.86m
Draft2.25m
Displacement7600kg
Hull ConstructionGRP hull with external lead fin keel
Keel TypeFin Keel

Propulsion

EngineVolvo Penta MD2040 3-cylinder 40hp diesel engine. Freshwater cooled exhaust manifold and seawater cooled exhaust elbow. Volvo saildrive gearbox.
Fueldiesel
Fuel Capacity150l

Accommodation

Drinking Water Capacity360l

Description

Well presented and comprehensively equipped example of the Sweden Yachts 390 class. Fitted with the standard draft keel. She boasts a host of recent equipment upgrading and replacing. Built in the year 2000 JAVELIN is offered in sail-away condition.
With just three owners since new and originally UK-supplied and VAT-paid in the UK, JAVELIN has been beautifully maintained throughout her life. Purchased by her current owners in 2010, she was upgraded ahead of a 2013 Fastnet campaign finishing mid-fleet in IRC Class 4. Following her Fastnet adventures, JAVELIN moved south to the Western Mediterranean where she is now based. Now offered for sale to make way for fresh projects, JAVELIN presents a fantastic opportunity to purchase a great spec Sweden Yachts 390 at a very realistic price.
Her specification highlights include:
Standard draft fin keel

Recaulked teak decks
Replaced saildrive diaphragm
3-bladed folding propeller
Removable inner forestay for a storm jib
Carbon spinnaker pole
Updated sails including spinnakers, staysail and storm jib
Andersen winches with additional spinnaker winches
Updated Raymarine instruments with 2x GPS radar chart plotters and AIS
Sprayhood, bimini, cockpit tent and full boat cover for winter storage
Diesel-fired hot air cabin heating
Sprung mattress in master cabin
Liferaft and full safety equipment
Tender and outboard
Solar panels
Rolls batteries

BUILDER’S COMMENTS:

A yacht in the luxury range: Clean, elegant lines together with generous space on deck and below makes this yacht an excellent representative of the Sweden Yacht philosophy. The search for perfection in every detail is found in the quality of finish, the functional layout and the integrity of construction. The 390 is designed for safe shorthanded sailing with clean deck lines and a comfortable efficient cockpit. It offers you three separate cabins in addition to the main salon and has a large, luxurious "bathroom". Also a proper navigation station, well-functioning pantry and ample locker space throughout the boat.

CONSTRUCTION

RCD Status:

We understand that the vessel complies with the European Union Recreational Craft Directive and is categorised A.
Hull Construction:
End grain balsa core sandwich using fibreglass mat and rowing on both sides, gives a light, rigid and well-insulated hull.
Balsa core is used from toe rail to below water line.
Solid laminate is used in high-stress areas around the keel, mast foot and in the joint between the hull-halves.
Bottom reinforcements are longitudinal and transversal solid laminate design.
Blue waterline stripe
Blue antifouling
Deck & Superstructure Construction:
End grain balsa core sandwich with moulded fibreglass on both sides.
Stress areas where winches and major deck fittings are reinforced by replacing the balsa core with plywood, or by using backing plates or large diameter washers.
The hull and deck is bonded together using polyester filler. The toe rail is then bolted through deck and hull flange, using a special sealing material.
All main bulkheads are bonded to the hull and deck using glass fibre and polyester.
Teak laid deck and coachroof with additional teak laid cockpit sole, cockpit seating and bathing platform
Teak decks overhauled and recaulked – 2016/17
Keel & Rudder:
Ballast standard draft fin keel is lead casting with antimony.
Cast-in keel bolts are stainless steel.
Lifting lug is fastened to the keel bolts.
The balanced spade rudder is moulded in fibreglass, using rowing and mat, for maximum strength.
The rudder stock is of stainless steel with three bearings; 2 ball bearings and one bronze bearing in the heel

MACHINERY

Engine & gearbox:

Volvo Penta MD2040 3-cylinder 40hp diesel engine.
Freshwater cooled exhaust manifold and seawater-cooled exhaust elbow.
Volvo saildrive gearbox – diaphragm replaced 2013
Single lever gear/throttle control
Engine hours & Maintenance:
Engine last serviced: January 2019
Date of last major engine overhaul - 2017
Propulsion & Steering:
3-bladed folding propeller - 2017
Chain & wire steering connection connected to autohelm.
Edsen white powder-coated helm pedestal with large-diameter hide-covered stainless steel wheel
Emergency steering gear

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

Voltage systems:

12VDC domestic systems with 220vAC from shore power
Battery Banks:
1x 95amp 12v Engine start battery – 2017
3x 95amp 12v service batteries joined in parallel – 2017
LEAB battery management system

Battery charger:
30amp automatic battery charger
Alternator:
Engine-mounted alternator – replaced 2017
Adverc alternator controller
Shore Power:
220vAC 16Amp shore power connection and associated cable
Solar:
2x solar panels for trickle charging
Regulator for solar charging
Other Electrical:
230vAC ring main with sockets internally
Main AC/DC control panel with analogue voltmeter
12vDC socket at chart table

PLUMBING & GAS SYSTEMS

Fresh Water & Water Heating System:

12vDC pressurised water pump for supplying fresh water
Hot water supply via engine calorifier and 230vAC immersion heater element (replaced 2018) in 22 litre hot
Water tank powered by shore power
Bilge Pumps:
12vDC electric bilge pump
Manual bilge pump in cockpit
Manual bilge pump in aft cabin

Grey & Black Water:
Grey water discharged directly overboard via gravity or 12v pump out
Blackwater discharged directly overboard or to holding tank
TANKAGE

Fuel Tank:

150 litres in one stainless steel fuel tank
Analogue fuel level gauges
Stainless steel deck fillers for fuel tank
Fresh Water Tank:
360 litres in two stainless steel water tanks
Analogue fuel level gauges
Stainless steel deck fillers for fuel tank
Blackwater Holding Tank:
80 litres blackwater holding tank for heads

NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

At helm:

Raymarine C90w colour GPS chart plotter with Raystar GPS antenna - 2011
Raymarine radar scanner – side mounted to mast - 2011
Raymarine AIS transceiver- 2011
Raymarine ST60+ Graphic – 2011
Raymarine ST6002 autopilot control head – 2011
Steering compass
At companionway:
Raymarine ST60 wind - 2000
Raymarine ST60 depth - 2000
Raymarine ST60 speed - 2000
Raymarine ST60 close hauled - 2000
At chart table:
Raymarine colour GPS radar chart plotter display - 2000
Raymarine ST60 Multi display – 2000
Furuno Navtex - 2000
Prosser digital tide clock - 2000
Communication:
Sailor VHF with DSC
Icom VHF with DSC
External VHF speaker in cockpit

DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

Galley:

Smev stainless steel gimbaled 2-burner stove with oven
Top-opening fridge/freezer box with Frigoboat 12vDC compressor
Twin stainless steel sinks with hot & cold pressurised water supply
Manual fresh & saltwater supplies to galley
Heads:
Raritan manual marine heads
Basins hot & cold water supply with shower attachment
Cockpit shower
Heating & Ventilation:
Diesel-fired hot-air cabin heating with outlets throughout interior
Dorade vents for accommodation cabins
Opening deckhead hatches
Interior Lighting:
12vDC LED lights inset to deckhead with additional reading lights throughout
Entertainment:
Alpine CD radio with speakers in saloon and cockpit

ACCOMMODATION

Summary of Accommodation:

Up to 8 berths in three double cabins plus saloon
Interior joinery in Mahogany and satin varnished throughout
Varnished teak sole boards with holly inlays
Cream vinyl headlinings with cherry battening
Blue cloth curtains
Blue cloth upholstery in all cabins
Solid handrails throughout the interior for easy movement offshore
Corian countertops in galley
Sprung mattress in the forward master cabin – 2016
Dry mat ventilation beneath all mattresses
Cupboards have backlighting
Description of layout from forwards:

Forward Cabin:

Spacious double-berth utilizing full width of the cabin.
Large sail stowage under berths, easily accessible via fold-up berth bottom boards.
Shelves with dividers along hull sides to port and sb
Double hanging lockers, locker with shelves and drawers and a seat on port side, across from toilet cabin.
Heads:
Entire moulded compartment fitted between bulkheads.
Two lockers with mirrored doors above wash hand basin unit.
Two recessed mirrors in forward sections.
Recess for toilet
Shower drained by an electric pump.
Towel hangers.
Door both to forward cabin and saloon.
Saloon:
L-shaped settee on both sides (water tanks below).
Stowage behind backrests.
Table with fold-down wings and built-in bar in fixed midsection Drawers in the aft end of the table.
Cabinets and bookshelves above sofas on both sides of the saloon.
Doors to forward cabin and toilet.
Galley:
L-shaped galley with Corian countertop.
Large capacity icebox in GRP with Plexiglas dividers drained to a separate sump.
Drawer section, cutting board, dry food locker.
Gas stove with two burners and oven.
Double overhead cupboards.
Waste basket and storage below sink.
Navigation Area:
Large navigation table with storage.
Moulded, detachable instrument panel for electronic equipment on hinges for easy service access.
Separate chart stowage space above instrument-panel.
Adjustable navigation seat.
Aft Cabins:
Starboard cabin with double berth and stowage under.
Wet locker.
Shelf with dividers along hull side.
Port cabin with double bed, seat with stowage under, and a wide hanging locker.
Stowage shelf with doors along hull side.
Doors from main saloon to each cabin.

DECK EQUIPMENT

Rig:

Selden Spars silver anodised aluminium alloy keel-stepped mast
Masthead rig with two sets of in-line spreaders
Selden gas-strut vang
Furlex 300S genoa furler
Stainless steel wire standing rigging – replaced 2013
Stainless steel wire backstay with mechanical tension adjuster
Babystay
Checkstays
Removable inner forestay for mounting storm jib
Alloy rigging covers for shroud bases
Single-line reefing system for reef 1 with slab reefing for reefs 2 and 3
Lazyjacks
Ball-bearing batten-car system for mainsail
Selden genoa tracks with towable cars
Spinlock clutches
Spinnaker track on mast with associated equipment
Carbon fibre and aluminium spinnaker poles
German mainsheet system led back to the companionway
Rutgerson mainsheet track system on the coachroof, adjustable from cockpit
Gybe preventer
Winches:
2x Andersen 2-speed self-tailing manual primary winches
2x Andersen 2-speed self-tailing manual halyard/control line winches
2x Andersen 2-speed self-tailing manual spinnaker winches
1x mast-mounted reefing winch
Sails:
Sander Sails Dacron fully-battened mainsail – 2013
Sander Sails Dacron furling genoa – 2013
Hank-on staysail - 2000
Hank-on storm jib – 2000
Trisail
Symmetrical spinnakers with snuffer
General:
Stainless steel guardrail stanchions with twin stainless steel wire guard wires.
Guard wire boarding gates port and starboard
Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit
Teak grabrails on main superstructure coachroof
Folding varnished teak cockpit table
Stainless steel folding ladder at bathing platform
Stainless steel dorade pulpits on coachroof
Teak outboard bracket
Aluminium folding passarelle
Stainless steel liferaft cradle on coachroof
Canvas and Covers:
Blue canvas sprayhood with a stainless steel frame and hide-covered grabrail
Blue canvas bimini with stainless steel frame
Blue canvas stackpack bag for mainsail
Blue canvas cockpit tent
Helm pedestal cover
Cockpit cushions
Outboard engine cover
Winter cover for entire deck area extending to bulwarks
Blue Marine halyard bags
Tender & Outboard:
Inflatable tender
Honda 4-stroke outboard engine
Anchoring & Mooring:
Lofrans 1000w 12v anchor windlass
Delta anchor with 50m chain
Kedge anchor with chain and warp
Stainless steel stemhead fitting with twin anchor rollers
Mid-cleats for mooring
Warps and fenders

SAFETY EQUIPMENT:
General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as life rafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.
Ocean ISO 6-man canister liferaft (2014) – next service due 2021
Horseshoe buoy with light
KIM MOB recovery sling
Inflatable MOB recovery sling
Webbing jackstays
McMurdo Smarfind E5 406Mhz EPIRB
Fire blanket
Gas alarm system
Fire extinguishers
Firdell Blipper style radar reflector on mast

DISCLAIMER
In this case we are acting as brokers only.
The Owner 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 Purchaser is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at their expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part.
This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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