2009, Beneteau Swift Trawler 52

Beneteau Swift Trawler 522009

660000.00Jacksonville, FL

  • Year: 2009
  • Length: 52'
  • Price: 660000.00
  • Located in Jacksonville, FL
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
  • YW# 3501953

2009 Beneteau Swift Trawler 52This is a single owner professionally maintained boat that shows.  The engine room is spotless, the upholstery like new, gelcoat shines, brand new fridge and freezer, brand new electronics, LOW engine hours.....she is ready for her next adventure!



length Overall: 55.75 ft
Length Waterline: 50.00 ft
Max Draft: 3.83 ft
Displacement Measure: 44.00 lb
Bridge Clearance Measure:21.00 ft
Beam Measure: 16.17 ft


Engine Brand:Volvo Penta
Year Built: 2009
Engine Model:D9-575 DI
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Hours: 783
Engine Power:575|horsepower

Engine Brand:Volvo Penta
Year Built: 2009
Engine Model:D9-575 DI
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Hours: 783
Engine Power:575|horsepower


Fresh Water Tanks:1(211 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1(1056 Gallons)


Number of double berths:
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 2

Boarding the boat you have side access to the wide teak decks on port and starboard.  There is 360 degree walk around of the cabin on the teak decks.  Forward you can access the foredeck through the forward access.  There is a lrage teak deck area with access to the anchors and windlass with a large seating area doubling as deck storage.  The caprail around the boat is teak covered with a nice varnish.
Walking back aft you have wing doors on both port and starboard.  Continuing aft you get to the cockpit area with L shaped seating on the port side and swim platform access on the starboard.  There are sunscreens around the cockpit for privacy and sun protection.
The engine access is through a large gas shock access panel in the cockpit floor.  Down 3 short steps you are in the "garage" portion of the engine room.  Here is the generator, cubby storage for all of the spares and toys for extended cruising, water pumps, air conditioning, Cablemaster and washer/dryer combo.  You have plenty of room here for tools, toys , dive gear and others stores for a long trip.
The forward port side has a latching door for engine access.  You enter the aft end of the engine room with neatly laid out and protected wiring looms, dripless shaft seals, batteries, racor filters and mechanic areas for various systems.  The forward end of the room is fuel tankage.

Exterior - Flybridge
Up the steps behind the main helm station gives you access to the flybridge.  Here you have the second Italian helm seat with full electronics command at your finger tips.  To the port side is an L shaped plush seating area with fixed table.  To the starboard is a sink with grill and fridge.
Aft of the helm area is the back deck with direct access to the cockpit below.  To the port side is the Besenzoni crane with large Zodiac tender and 25 HP Yamaha.  There is also a mounted liferaft on the flybridge.  The views from the flybridge are 360 degrees.

Interior - Main deck
Off of the aft deck you enter the main salon through a large sliding glass door.  To the port is a shaped settee with the dining table in the middle.  To the starboard is an electronics and storage cabinet that houses an electrically lifting flat screen TV.  On either side of the TV cabinet are plush arm chairs.
Forward is the U shaped galley with cook top, microwave/oven, double sinks, trash(emptied from outside the cabin), coffee maker and plenty of storage.  There is decorative over head storage and mood lighting though out.  Across from the galley is the new fridge with double door drawer style freezers.
Up 4 steps you reach the command deck.  The helm station is slightly off center to the starboard side with 2 new Raymarine touch screen chart plotters.  You have an Italian designed electrically adjusted helms seat with all controls at your finger tips.  She is equipped with bow and stern thrusters to make docking a snap.  To port is a chart table along with storage area.  To port is a large elevated plush seating area with table and railing providing a place to keep the skipper company and have a great view.

Interior - Lower level
Center line at the command station is a curving stairwell going to the cabins.  At the base of the stairs forward is the VIP suite with a large berth with plenty of light and closet space.
To port at the base of the stairs is the guest suite with a set of double bunk beds with storage and ample light.  Across from this is the ensuite head and shower for the VIP and guest.
Walking aft is the master suite.  To starboard is the ensuite head and shower with colored glass counter, stainless sink and mirrors.  Back down two more steps is the large island master bed.  Two large oval windows allow natural light in and nice views of the outside.  Two large hanging lockers and a large set of drawers give you plenty of storage.  To starboard is bench seat with vanity mirror along with storage areas.  There is recessed mood lighting and a rich wood feel in the master.

Equipment list

Flybridge: Avon covered RIB dinghyYamaha 25 HP outboardZodiac 6 person liferaftBesenzoni crane with remoteFrigoboat fridge/freezerEno cooktop with sink

Flybridge electronics:Raymarine Hybrid touch chartplotterIcom VHF RAM setFull engine controlsBow and stern thruster controlsStereo controlsSpotlight controlsTrim tab controls

Main Helm: Twin Raymarine Hybrid Touch screen chartplotters Stereo controls VHF RAM set Full engine controls
Bow and stern thruster controls
Stereo controls
Spotlight controls
Trim tab controls
Anchor controls
Galley: New Vitrifrigo fridge Force 10 electric cook top Tappan Convection oven Double sink
Engine Room: Volvo Penta D-9''s with 783 hours Onan 11KW genset with 1105 hours Splendide 6200 combo washer dryer Glendining CM-7 cable system Dometic AC 30,000 BTU Tides Marine dripless shaft seals Racor fuel filters Quick water heater

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.