Delivered last year, Finnish shipyard Nautor’s brand new Swan 115 S is presently the yard’s biggest production model, as well as the 2nd biggest ever made by them. Named Solleone (a combo of the owner’s and his sons’ names), the yacht also refers to the warmest period of the summer – exactly when the 35.2M long yacht will be running at her optimal throughout the Mediterranean Sea.
Designed by well known Argentinian-based design studio named German Frers, Solleone readily offers the charm of a high-end water racer. In fact, the yacht designed more keeping cruising in mind, as the ultimate family-inspired hideaway for company Chairman Leonardo Ferragamo.
At present, Nautor is working on the racing version of the platform, the Swan 115 FD that would carry a more race-like exterior, along with a pure flush deck as well as an even more conservative deckhouse profile. They previously concentrated on those looking to rent a yacht in Croatia, rather than the superyacht market.
In spite of her cruising nature, on-deck works still need five of the yacht’s six crew members to stand by on deck to pull-off maneuvers in a comfortable way. This is partly because of the strictly functional as well as manual-only systems along with winches which operate the various sails.
Guests can relax comfortably in the cockpit placed ahead of helm stations. Little part of the guest exterior spaces is the dual-opening traverse that offers an easy way into the water and a safe tender-boarding region for shore excursions. The owner went for Italian styled below deck. Nautor normally applied their boosted construction ways to put together lightweight and sturdy structure.