Boot 2020 will represent a way for Nautor’s Swan to highlight its completeness in terms of range, expressing once again the two souls of the brand: cruiser and racer.
“For Nautor’s Swan, Germany and MittelEurope have been very important markets for decades and the BOOT Duesseldorf is one of the best Boat Shows in the world of yachting. That’s why we chose this venue to present our new products and projects”. commented Giovanni Pomati, Nautor’s Swan CEO “We look forward to welcoming our guests to our renewed area, the symbol of the Swan World, walking them through the countless opportunities we can offer to start the journey on board one of our beautiful yachts”.
HALL 16 – STAND NO.: 16A57 AND 16A58
From January 18th to 26th come to our new stand conceived in partnership with Misa Poggi, with the elegant furniture provided by Braid Outdoor accompanied by the scents of Salvatore Ferragamo Parfums, we will guide you throughout the fantastic Swan World with all its charming peculiarities.
Visit the Maxi Swan Atelier to discover how you can customise your Swan, stimulating an out-of-the-box thinking by offering different solutions according to our clients’ needs, or come to chill to the ClubSwan Lounge, the expression of the whole Swan owners community with events and pros talking about the art of sailing.
The very well welcomed Swan 48 will be on display with the innovative ClubSwan 36, both at their German Première. But it’s not all… great news are coming along.
Together with German Frers, Nautor’s team is delighted to present a newcomer in the Swan family, to complete the offer of the brands range.
In fact, the Swan Line will be enriched with another elegant, performing and seaworthy model: the pencil of the Maestro Germán Frers has created a new yacht which is inspired by tradition but expresses innovation through high technology.
All the details will be unveiled during the press conference scheduled on January 18th at Tulip Inn Hotel – Fritz Walter meeting room – starting from 10 am for registration and conference sharp at 10.30 am.
A new amazing project in the Swan family will be unveiled and presented in a different way. Come along to be one of the first to experience the new “Swan to Be”, appreciating the unmatchable qualities of the Finnish brand.
More than 40 years after the Swan 48 designed by the legendary Sparkman & Stephens of New York, the myth comes back from the pencil of German Frers, naval architect and passionate ambassador of the brand.
With more than 30 units sold, including APAC and US, Swan 48 has been very welcomed by the world thanks to her innovative and offer of the best equipment and material specifications and solutions available in the market.
Easy to manage by a couple
Fast cruiser and good racer under ORC/IRC
Owner Forward layout, 3 cabins and 2 heads with 2 showers
Options for owner cabin, chart table and aft port cabin layouts
Good bilge volumes below waterline, space for tanks and systems = all loads concentrated below floor and amidships, very low CG
Twin rudders layout = less draft, more control, perfectly designed for this kind of hull
Mainsail sheet with two different solutions for cruising and racing
Spacious cockpit with standard big table removable for racing, seats for 6/8
Large integrated sprayhood with rigid recessed housing
Steering: handy winches, foldable footrest, seat on top of coamings
Big swimming platform, storage on lazarette, benches lockers, forepeak
Optional tender garage layout and fittings in the lazarette
Engine room with space for optional genset and good accessibility
Interior style based on concept of moods
The pure racer, the modern evolution of many racing classes. One-design sailors coming from dinghies or high-performance keelboat classes find a great option in ClubSwan 36.
15 units have already been sold and the first four ClubSwan 36s competed in the last edition of The Nations Trophy, the bi-annual Swan One Design regatta dedicated to ClubSwan 50, Swan 45, ClubSwan 42 and – from this year – to the ClubSwan 36.
A Swan One Design yacht
Great hydrodynamic and CFO studies behind the project
A unique C-Foil system
Curved dagger-board system
Flexible carbon mast regulated by the deflectors and runners
Optimized infused E-Glass epoxycorecell foam with carbon reinforcement on keel grid and lateral bulkhead
Two running backstays with deflectors
Mainsheet track with a roller bearing car on the stern cockpit area controlled with manual purchase system, lead to the main trimmer’s position forward to the helmsman
Two Harken winches for the runners
Two Harken winches for the mainsail
Two Harken winches for the jibs or kite
A Harken winch positioned centrally to control the C-board, halyards and other lines.
No interiors but a ”Protected Shelter” area
The bulkheads and the longitudinal structure are made with unidirectional reinforcements
The bulkheads in front of the rudders are watertight to provide greater safety whilst at sea