It has been a very successful Monaco Yacht Show 2014 for the majestic Swan 105 RS sailing yacht Ti-Coyo. She was received with great fascination by both international as well as local professionals visiting and exhibiting at the event. Mixing up a splendorous home with highest comfort, utmost functionality and cutting edge design, Nautor’s Swan superyacht Ti-Coyo has been entirely designed by beiderbeck designs, with naval architecture by German Frers.
The strict separation of operational and recreational areas allows for the owner’s privacy on and below deck if the Swan is sailed by a crew – even though she can be operated easily single-handed. The aft master stateroom features a sliding glass panorama door allowing bright daylight to enter while opening onto the transom, which can be used as a terrace and swimming platform. Warm Xelogen lights underline the timeless elegance of the interior furniture.
Both guest cabins, one equipped with a king-size bed, the other with two single beds, each have separate shower baths. The main saloon in front of the cabins follows the same design as on the open deck: there are two u-shaped, spacious sitting areas on either side, a large one furnished with a side table for glasses and a very large one with a dining table. This is where the yacht’s beam of almost 25 feet (a good seven and a half meters) is not only visible but also useful. And when seated (!), the guests can enjoy the breath-taking panorama view of the horizon – and not only the sky. When it’s dark outside, this is enhanced by light strips integrated into the side deck.
Almost the same comfort can be found in the crew cabins which are completely separated towards the bow and can be accessed via two doors through the galley. Both fore cabins are divided by a central piece of furniture with a sliding partition wall.
From their area, a separate companionway gives the crew access to their own small cockpit situated in front of the mast from where the Swan 105 RS yacht Ti-Coyo can be entirely manoeuvred under engine, e.g. for boat transfers. In front of this cockpit, the dinghy is recessed into the deck.
From the twin steering system in the aft sailing cockpit, the skipper can operate all relevant elements at the push of a button. The 300m2 fully-battened mainsail can be furled into the main boom. Both the self-tacking jib (210m2) and the semi-permanent code zero (490m2) are supplied with a headsails furling system.
The owner of Ti-Coyo yacht may also sail his super-yacht from the interior helm stand from where a door leads onto the side deck. This allows the skipper to contact people outside without delay and to quickly access the foredeck without having to go through the main saloon.
The open saloon situated outside on the upper deck between cockpit and bridge is a living room of its own. Depending on the weather conditions, it can be closed completely or shaded partially with the electrical sliding elements of the bimini roof. Even the windshield can be lowered using a remote control.
Technical Specification of Swan 105-002 super yacht Ti-Coyo
Length overall: 31.69 metres
Length of waterline: 29.37 metres
Beam: 7.57 metres
Draught: 4 metres
Displacement (empty) approx. 83 tons
Hull construction: carbon-reinforced glass-fibre sandwich construction
Deck: carbon-fibre sandwich construction
Sail area close-hauled: 510 square metres
Mainsail: 300 square metres
Jib: 210 square metres
Code Zero: 490 square metres
Engine: Cummins QSL 9 (330 PS)
Overall concept and design: beiderbeck designs GmbH
Interior design: beiderbeck designs GmbH
Naval architecture: Frers Naval Architect
Structural calculation: Gurit (supported by Nautor & beiderbeck)
Yard: OY Nautor AB