S/Y AUDREY THE FIRST Swan 120
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Sailing yacht AUDREY THE FIRST is a stunning 36.4m (119’ 4”) Swan 120 model delivered from the Finish shipyard Nautor’s Swan in 2021. Her design was a collaboration between the shipyard, German Frers and Mark Whiteley . She has a cruising speed of 11.5 knots from a Scania diesel engine. She can accommodate eight guests in four staterooms, looked after by a crew of five.
NOTABLE FEATURES OF AUDREY THE FIRST: ~Award winning interior ~Modern performance yacht ~Concealed electronically controlled bimini top ~Convertible transom / swim platform ~Air conditioning ~WiFi
A huge foredeck offers open deck space furnished with sun pads and comfortable cushioned seating. The area blends seamlessly into an expansive, protected cockpit covered by a sophisticated, electrically controlled bimini top which can be concealed when not in use, offering extensive shelter from sea and sun.
At anchor, the cockpit area transforms into a lounge space with versatile deck sofas making it is the perfect place to unwind as the sun sets before converting into an elegant dining area. Open decking runs from the deck lounge towards the helm stations, between which is a snug providing sheltered access to the aft accommodation.
The transom folds down hydraulically to form a teak-decked swim platform and reveal spacious garage housing the tender and toys. Once the tender is launched, the spacious area becomes available for watersports, sunbathing and even dining.
S/Y AUDREY THE FIRST Specifications
|8.12m (26' 6")
|Scadia DI13 081M 331 kW /
|Nautor's Swan, Mark Whiteley Design, German Frers
Mark Whiteley is credited with the interior design, which won an award at the BOAT International Design and Innovation Awards in the “Best Interior Design, Sailing Yachts category”. The design is a successful blend of classic architecture and modern design, featuring warm wood floors and joinery and neutral soft furnishings.
The light filled open plan main salon is configured with two distinct areas: a convertible dining setting to starboard and a lounge to port with flexible seating throughout. The innovative layout uses a sophisticated wine bar to beautifully divide the guest space from the forward crew area, where there is a generous galley and crew cabins.
The full beam master suite is placed aft and is a luxurious space decorated with warm wood and neutral soft furnishings. As well as a comfortable bed, there is a lounge and study leading through to the ensuite bathroom. The additional guest accommodation is configured as one double and two twin cabins all benefitting from the luxury and privacy of ensuite bathroom facilities. There are also three twin crew cabins with private bathrooms.
Amenities and Extras
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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