Awatea Swanson 36
Sloop Racing Yacht
from 150,000THB
Max Pax 8
Displacement (tons)  6.5
Length Overall (metre)  10.97
Beam (metre)  3.2
Draft (metre)  1.8
Designer:  Swanson
Year Built:  1976
Technical Specifications
  • Hull: GRP
  • Engine: 29hp Yanmar
  • Diesel: Yes
  • Cruising Speed: 7 knots
  • Propeller: 3 blade folding
  • Steering: Wheel, autopilot
  • Water: 200 L
  • Electricity DC: 110
  • Charging: Engine
  • Electricity AC: Inverter
Electronics & Navigations
  • Navigation: Raymarine chart plotter
  • Instruments: Echo sounder,log, wind
  • Communications: VHF
  • Mainsail: Full batten mainsail
  • Headsail: Furling genoa
  • Gennaker: optional
  • Sail Area: 117 sqm
  • Anchor: Anchor,windlass
  • Dinghy: Dinghy with outboard engine
  • Safety: Fire extinguishers,flares, life jackets, first aid kit
Accommodation & Toys
  • Galley: Gas stove, oven, refrigerator
  • Cabins: 2 aft, v berth, saloon
  • Multimedia: CD and mp3 player
  • Showers & Heads: 1 head, 1 shower
  • Stern Platform: ladder.deck shower
  • Leisure: snorkelling gear

Awatea Swanson 36


ABOUT ‘Awatea Swanson 36

Awatea Swanson 36 is not strictly speaking a racing yacht, however with the advent of cruising classes in regattas she is the perfect fit for this class in regatta racing. In line with Sailescapes policy of only listing yachts that have won Regattas before we feel she has a rightful place in the racing yacht section.

A two time winner of Phuket Race Week in the cruising class, Awatea has a surprising turn of speed, very easy to operate she is the perfect yacht for regatta racers who want to compete in racing without the expense and traumas of IRC class racing.

Completely re-serviced and re-painted in 2013 she is now in A1 condition. Very competitively priced, Awatea is available for Kings Cup, The Bay Regatta, Phuket Race Week, Raja Muda and Langkawi Regattas. Awatea would be ideal for those relatively new to regatta racing but also experienced racers who still want to race competitively but with a little more space to breathe on the upwind/downwind legs.

For more details on Awatea contact Sailescapes