Swan 115003 FD a Nautor's Swan Superyacht
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Luxury sailing yacht Swan 115-003 FD represents the third Swan 115 FD (flushdeck) craft, built by the prestigious Finnish shipyard, Nautor's Swan. Superyacht Swan 115 - 003 FD belongs to the highly innovative SwanLine, superbly penned by acclaimed German Frers.
Ideal for competing in the world's most important regattas, the third Swan 115 superyacht is the flushdeck version, which features a split backstay, square top mainsail and high modulus spars.
Swan 115003 FD Specifications
|Type/Year:||a Nautor's Swan Superyacht|
|Builder/Designer:||Nautors Swan, Nautor's Swan, Nautor Swan, German Frers|
|Locations:||Porto-Vecchio, Whitsundays, The French West Indies, Lavagna, The Kimberleys, EUROPE, Florida, Sukosan|
The interior configuration of luxury yacht Swan 115 - 003 FD is extremely flexible, with the owner’s cabin aft or forward, three or four guest cabins and crew quarters for up to six members.
Built from a female mould and of pure carbon (pre-preg) using leading edge techniques and materials, superyacht Swan 115 - 003 FD features a lifting, T-bulb keel and twin rudders.
Accommodation aboard third Swan 115 FD yacht is offered in the owner's cabin and three or four guest cabins. There is also accommodation for a professional crew of up to 6 members.
Amenities and Extras
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"What I try to achieve when designing any kind of boat is to do something which is fast and good looking. That is to say, the whole thing is well proportioned and has grace regardless of the size and type. A boat that is responsive, gracious and has character." - German Frers