ALIX II Nautor's Swan 98

Elegant sailing with racing performance and comfortable cruising

ALIX II Nautor's Swan 98

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Sailing yacht ALIX II is a 31.05m (101'10") Nautor’s Swan from Finland, built in 2021 and featuring naval architecture and exterior design by German Frers and interior design by Misa Poggi. Up to six guests can be accommodated on board with space for five crew members.

NOTABLE FEATURES OF ALIX II: ~Open deck space ideal for sailing and relaxing ~World renowned craftsmanship ~Twin helm positions ~Comfortable stylish interior ~Air conditioning ~WiFi

The deck provides dual-purpose spaces for both efficient sailing and relaxing in style. The spacious open foredeck provides the perfect sun deck while at anchor and space for sail handling while cruising.

Aft of the coachroof there is a leisure cockpit completely clear of lines that allows owner and guests to relax underway and enjoy the sun, sheltered by a sprayhood that disappears into a coachroof recess when not in use.

At anchor this cockpit becomes a social lounge space with versatile deck sofas, the perfect place to relax as the sun sets, and converts again to become an elegant dining area, shaded by an optional bimini.

Aft of this is a clear deck space that serves as a sun-lounging area, sheltered by coamings, at anchor, and a line handling space for manouevres when sailing. Further aft is a second companionway, which provides easy deck access from below for the crew. There are the twin helm positions, from which the captain can manage all the sail handling as the Swan 98 offers genuine pushbutton sailing.

The anchor is launched and retrieved by means of a hydraulic retracting and folding arm, a design that has proved its reliability and ease of use.

ALIX II Specifications

Type/Year:Nautor's Swan 98/2021 
Beam:6.97m (22'10") 
L.O.A.:31.05 m (101' 10") 
Max Speed:11 knots 
Engines:1 x Cummins Inc. QSB 6.7  
Cruise Speed:9 knots 

The beautiful interior design by Misa Poggi blends classic yacht craftsmanship and use of traditional wood materials with a variety of quality linen and cotton soft furnishings.

The neutral décor plus the generous skylights bathe the central main salon in light, creating a luxurious haven for guests to shelter or relax and enjoy each other company. The galley and crew quarters are forward while the three guest cabins are aft.

Yacht Accommodation

The impressive master suite is full bean featuring luxury ensuite, lounge space, desk/vanity, huge bed and generous wardrobe space. The additional cabins are configured as twin/double and offer the privacy and luxury of ensuite bathroom facilities. The calm neutral décor continues throughout the guest accommodation.

Amenities and Extras

We do have available further amenity, owner and price information for the 31.05 m (101' 10") yacht ALIX II, so please enquire for more information.

ALIX II Disclaimer:

The luxury yacht ALIX II displayed on this page is merely informational and she is not necessarily available for yacht charter or for sale, nor is she represented or marketed in anyway by CharterWorld. This web page and the superyacht information contained herein is not contractual. All yacht specifications and informations are displayed in good faith but CharterWorld does not warrant or assume any legal liability or responsibility for the current accuracy, completeness, validity, or usefulness of any superyacht information and/or images displayed. All boat information is subject to change without prior notice and may not be current.

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"Nautor’s Swan has close to half a century of experience designing and building exceptional sailing yachts. Nautor's skilled craftsmen at the company's yard in Pietarsaari, Finland come from generations of boat boat builders. From the most traditional woodworking details to leading edge lamination technology, a Swan combines the best elements available today to build the world's best sailing yacht, for true sailors." - Nautor Swan

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