Trawlers give breadth to your more ambitious projects: long-distance cruises, expeditions, explorations, and more besides. These safe elegant efficient boats have all the comforts of your home and are designed to spend long periods at sea and to enjoy watching delightful seascapes roll by through their large windows. Trawlers have elegant lines and trims, but they also appeal to insatiable travellers, always ready to escape to distant destinations.
At anchor or underway, the Trawler is a joy to live aboard as a couple, or with friends or family. The quality of the equipment, size of the living spaces and the storage capacity make life very easy-going and offer peace of mind over long periods.
SWIFT TRAWLER 35 FLY:
The Swift Trawler 35 has strong harmonious lines making you feel reassuringly safe, and this quality is repeated in the design and fit out choices. Built on a semi-planing hull developed through the expertise of Beneteau Power, the Swift Trawler 35 has a Cummins 425 hp engine, and together they procure pleasure underway and offer easy manoeuvring. Protected by either a Bimini or a soft top, the Swift Trawler 35's flybridge has a comfortable living space with a sea view.
Intended for long cruises, the Swift Trawler 35 offers a spacious interior with ingenious contemporary fittings. The entirely glazed wheelhouse affords a 360° view and creates a pleasant atmosphere. You enter the owner cabin with en-suite shower room and a second cabin with bunk berths, by a gullwing door. There is plenty of space for guests on the Swift Trawler 35. Fitted with a twin sink that converts to a worktop and an extra forward-facing seat, the U-shaped galley offers a convivial living space on board. The sofa-bed in the saloon converts to a comfortable double berth.
SWIFT TRAWLER 41 FLY AND SEDAN:
The Swift Trawler 41 has a fluid and balanced profile, emphasized by a slender flared out hull, which means she cuts perfectly through the sea. Her wheelhouse offers a strikingly generous glazed space, while the fore deck, with its large sun pad and a high protective pulpit make this long-distance cruiser even more distinctive. Her new hull has also been designed for optimum fuel consumption and efficiency, in both versions available: Fly or Sedan.
Brightness, user-friendliness and comfortable living characterize the welcoming yet practical spaces of the Swift Trawler 41. There are lots of innovative solutions making life easy aboard. The aft galley links seamlessly with the cockpit, which has a sliding bench making it easy to get to the swim platform. In the wheelhouse, the pilot site rotates, allowing eight passengers to sit down in the saloon. The lounge space converts to a comfortable double berth sleeping space, surrounded by a curtain for privacy. Below deck, the three cabins on board can accommodate 7 persons comfortably on this innovative family cruiser.
SWIFT TRAWLER 48 FLY:
Enjoy the delights of the sea thanks to the generous Swift Trawler 48 exterior spaces. The aft cockpit can fit a folding table and two directors chairs which together with the large bench seat maximise the indoor/outdoor living space. The transom double gate opens onto a large swim platform with an optional hydraulic lifting system. The 20 sqm flybridge is a fantastic space for panoramic views. The transform backrests either side of the pilot seat allow plentiful forward facing seating during passage making. On the foredeck, the optional sunpad with lift up sections creates forward seating.
Andreani Design totally revisited the interior design and layout. A large fully-equipped L-shaped galley offers plentiful capacity for extended cruising. Forward of the galley a spacious raised U-shaped dinette provides seating for up to 8 with great views all around. To starboard, the professional helm station has an adjacent side door for easy docking and circulation. In the lower accommodation, the forward owner’s cabin features a double berth and plenty of storage. The en-suite bathroom includes a separate shower cubicle. The port guest cabin has two single berths with an infill to make up a double berth. This cabin also features an en-suite door to the portside day head. The hull windows and overheard hatches flood the cabins with natural light and cross ventilation.