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Sailing Yacht Swan 95 S - a Nautor's Swan Superyacht
Luxury sailing yacht Swan 95 S (semi-raised saloon version) is a majestic 29-metre vessel, built by the prestigious Finnish shipyard, Nautor's Swan. Superbly penned by bespoke German Frers, the sleek Swan 95 S superyacht represents the ideal combination of performance and style. Her launch is in 2017.
Luxury yacht Swan 95 S is suited to both competitive racing, as well as extended cruising, thanks to her spacious and light interiors. Accommodation is provided in 4 elegant cabins, including the owner's cabin and three guest cabins. The vessel's professional crew sleep in two crew cabins. In addition, there is a luxurious main saloon and galley, as well as spacious navigation area.
Super yacht Swan 95 S features twin rudders to ensure maximum responsiveness and manoeuvrability. She also has the option for a lifting keel - ideal for limitless cruising.
Swan 95 S yacht offers lovely and comfortable accommodation in 4 well appointed cabins. These include the owner's cabin and three guest cabins. In addition, there are 2 crew cabins for a highly trained crew.
|Type/Year:||a Nautor's Swan Superyacht/2017
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|Builder/Designer:||Nautor's Swan, Nautor Swan, Nautor, German Frers
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