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Build update: Nautor’s fourth Swan 115 in final stages of construction

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Written by
Charl van Rooy

The Nautor shipyard in Finland has opened its doors on its latest superyacht project to be set for launch later this year. Hull number four in its Swan 115 line is in final stages of construction where it awaits to be claimed by a new owner.Swan 115 FD - 004 deck Photo: Nautor's Swan

Described as the most advanced yacht ever built by the shipyard, 115.004 benefits from input received from her three older sisters which have lead Nautor to perfect this platform. “Three years in the making, the engineers and boat builders have created a masterpiece,” comments company VP, Enrico Chieffi. “Her hull construction, sailing systems, mast and keel allow her to be a world-class racing boat and compete on the world stage.”Swan 115 FD - 004 engine room Photo: Nautor's SwanSwan 115 FD - 004 saloon Photo: Nautor's Swan

The shipyard worked together with Frers Naval Architecture & Engineering on the project with deVosdeVries Design from the Netherlands selected as interior designers for the project. Swan 115 FD - 004 deck Photo: Nautor's Swan

A special feature on board 115.004 is a massive sail locker in the forepeak. Through a sliding deck hatch, crew can easily and quickly change sails on the race course or during longer passages.Swan 115 FD - 004 deck Photo: Nautor's SwanSwan 115 FD - 004  garagePhoto: Nautor's Swan

For those individuals who would rather prefer extra space for guests inside, clients have the option to change this area into a forward master suite. This option would mean a total of four cabins are available inside including two double VIP and a smaller double guest cabin.  Swan 115 FD - 004 layoutPhoto: Nautor's SwanNautor's Swan 115-004 master cabin desingPhoto: deVosdeVries Naval ArchitectureNautor's Swan 115-004 master cabin desingPhoto: deVosdeVries Naval Architecture

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The SuperYacht Times iQ 2018 Report

Did you know that in 2017....

  • 180 new yachts over 30 metres were sold
  • 149 new yachts over 30 metres were completed
  • 443 yachts over 30 metres were under construction
  • 30% of the yachts under construction were available for sale
  • 20% of the yachts were owned by clients from the USA
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