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Nautor’s Swan debuts 105-footer

Finnish superyacht builder Nautor's Swan introduced the Swan 105 to its offerings.

The 105-foot boat joins the Swan 112, 100 and 130.

The builder said that the Swan 105’s performance-oriented hull, with a clean deck layout concealing the substantial internal volume and innovative technical features, combine to afford true comfort for owners and guests.

Layouts include owner’s cabin forward and aft for a personalized preference. A diligence to pulling in natural light to the main saloon area has resulted in six hull windows on each side of the hull, coupled with 10 deck hatches and the raised saloon windows, producing a bright heart to the Swan 105 living quarters, Nautor’s Swan said.

“The Swan 105 is essentially an extension of our fast maxi-cruiser concept, central to our portfolio of yachts. … A truly beautiful cruising boat with the benefit of modern technical improvements, the Swan 105 expertly continues the proud traditions of the Nautor’s Swan marque,” Nautor’s Swan commercial director Luca Lucheschi said in a statement.

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