Debuting at the Cannes Yachting Festival, the Swan 54 is swooping through yachting circles.
Nautor's Swan’s craft was deftly designed for big, blue waters by Germán Frers. It features a moderate freeboard and deep V hull, and can come with daggerboard and twin rudders for careful cruising at top knots.
It can accommodate six people comfortably and is kitted out with flush hatches to allow ample ventilation and natural light. It can add four large windows in the hull for watching sea magic. There are four electric winches too in the cockpit for short-handed sailing.
The owner’s stateroom forward offers an island berth 160 cm wide with plenty of storage space. There are two additional double cabins, and a fourth cabin for systems, storage and a crew member. The master cabin has its own private bathroom with full shower.
The galley is among the largest in this class of yachts, stretching three meters long—able to hold up to three refrigerators. There is a saloon even with a three meter long “c” shaped sofa, central table, and two stylish chairs. Opposite this is a chart table and navigational station that can hold plenty of electronics and sea going gadgets.
Designer Germàn Frers comments: “This is the boat anybody like me with a wealth of offshore racing experience and a taste for blue water cruising with family and friends, or young people looking to have the adventure of their lives, would dream to own and enjoy in all places of the world without limitations of any sort.”
Frers continues, “She is graceful, elegant and nice looking, the freeboards and overhangs are well proportioned and will have timeless appeal. Form and function are in complete harmony. She is graceful, elegant and nice looking, the freeboards and overhangs are well proportioned and will have timeless appeal.”
For yachting enthusiasts who love blue water, this timelessness for the Swan 54 starts now.