After a year’s hiatus, the world’s most important big-yacht show returns to Monte Carlo, with 82 superyachts on display. Here are some top premieres.
The 40-foot Swan Shadow has the same elegance as the builder’s sailing yachts, but she can be configured for different missions in minutes.
The Nautor’s Swan 88, the first in a new Maxi series, was designed with ‘optimized appendages’ to deliver both maximum speed and comfort.
Forget Big Boat Shows. This Yacht Builder Hosted a Private, Week-Long Event in Italy to Showcase Itself.
Despite Covid-19 concerns, the Nautor’s Swan Experience attracted 26 sailing yachts and crews from 10 countries for a week of class-racing and a private boat show.
The ClubSwan 80 is a fast, technical one-design model that promises to level the playing field in the eclectic superyacht racing world.
The Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup and Rolex Swan Cup will both take place, with fewer teams. “We’re doing this for our sport,” said one participant.
The just-launched Nautor’s Swan 98 is the most recent design in its Maxi line. It will be used for both cruising and racing.
From first sketch to final sail.
Nautor’s Swan Swan 65 is just as much at home speeding around a regatta course as it is cruising with the family for the weekend.