Nautor’s Swan Announces New Swan 105

If you happen to be in the market for a new super-yacht, Nautor’s Swan may be able to help. The Nautor Swan’s internal team and designer German Frers have announced their latest design, the Swan 105.

The Swan 105  takes its lead from the previous generations such as the Swan 112, 100 and 130. It is designed to provide the ultimate cruising experience. The performance orientated hull with clean deck layout concealing the substantial internal volume and innovative technical features combine to afford true comfort for owners and guests.  The layouts options include an owner’s cabin forward and aft for a personalized preference. With six hull windows on each side of the hull coupled with ten deck hatches and the raised saloon windows, natural light flows into the main saloon area producing bright living quarters.

The deck offers clear views over the raised saloon flowing naturally into the entertainment cockpit where a protected area with access to the main companionway also benefits from an integrated in-deck hydraulically operated bimini.

The Swan 105 offers a broad transom at the stern opening out to reveal an extensive swimming platform with additional space ideal for a 13-foot tender with its own hydraulic launching and recovery system.

Luca Lucheschi, Commercial Director at Nautor’s Swan says, “The Swan 105 is essentially an extension of our fast maxi-cruiser concept, central to our portfolio of yachts.  As well as using the knowledge gained from 45 years of developing the ultimate in hull lines, foils, deck layout and internal arrangements, we have produced a successful package with the Swan 105.  She not only commands respect for sailing performance but also stands out from the crowd through her interior comfort quality.  A truly beautiful cruising boat with the benefit of modern technical improvements, the Swan 105 expertly continues the proud traditions of the Nautor’s Swan marque.”

For more information, go to www.nautorswan.com.

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