2013 Nautor Swan 100 S
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SWAN 100 S
The Swan 100 S encompasses both power and beauty in the creation of an exquisitely balanced cruising thoroughbred.
Well toned from every angle, her almost plumbed bow, sleek streamlined stern and broad voluminous hull are requisite to her considerable performance potential.
Combined with her classic lines and lavish interior, the characteristics of the Swan 100S mirror the four cornerstones of the Nautor’s Swan brand: quality, aesthetics, performance and seaworthiness.
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 99 ft 1 in
Beam: 23 ft 2 in
LWL: 86 ft 8 in
Displacement: 172400 lbs
Ballast: 63500 lbs
Dry Weight: 170638 lbs
Engine Option 1: 1x Cummins 305 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (396 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (660 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (185 Gallons)
Water Heater Capacity: (32 Gallons)
The hull of the Swan 100S is built of single-skin glass/aramid hybrid fibre in a female mould. Carbon reinforced stiffeners have been installed throughout to increase strength and stiffness, makeing her incredibly seaworthy and capable of withstanding the roughtest sea conditions. The Swan 100S has a cruising keel comprised of a stainless steel cast fin with lead bulb. She has a draft of 4.0m, giving her good stability and enhanced upwind performance.
The deck is made of carbon fibre pre-preg sandwich construction with nomex honeycomb core. This enables the hull to support considerable loads from the mast and rigging. The yacht comes fitted with carbon-fibre mast tube, supported by four sets of swept-back spreaders. This virtually negates the need for runners, with the full sail plan. The use of runners will be required when sailing in very strong winds with heavy weather jib on the inner forestay. Easy handling of the Swan 100 S is facilitated by her fully batten mainsail, rod rigging and carbon-fibre Park Avenue boom. The mast rises to 43 metres above the water, enabling her to caryy large amounts of sail.
The key feature is the low-profile deckhouse, which gives the yacht a very streamlined, high-performance feel. Behind this is the extremely spacious guest cockpit, which features two tables and two U-shaped sofas, seating ten people in comfort. Aft of the cockpit is the helm, which boasts twin wheels and steering consuls with instruments and function controls incorporated into the coaming and pedestal shapes. The forward sections of the deck are very similar to the Swam 100FD and RS version. However, the aft sections and in particular the deckhouse and cockpit area, differ with the latest configuration.
the latest technology has been employed in her construction and extensive research has been invested in testing her noise and vibration levels, with excellent results. She is extremely quiet and smooth running, bith under sail and motor.
Accommodation towards the rear of the yacht consists of two guest cabins aft of the main saloon, each with twin berths, and the owner's cabin at the rear. All cabins have a shower with glass door and a toilet in each of the crew cabins.
The Owner's Cabin
The owner's cabin is equipped with a generously sized double bed, shower with glass door, writing desk and sofa. If the owner prefers to have his cabin forward, this can be arranged.
The large main saloon contains a solid teak dining table seating eight people, as well as a coffee table with U-shaped sofa, also seating 8. It comes with a full entertainment system, which can be tailored fro every owner's needs, with every piece of modern electronic gadgetry available on request.
J: 35.10 ft 10.70 m
P: 126.31 ft 38.50 m
E: 40.88 ft 12.46 m
Fore triangle: 2303 sq.ft 214.0 m²
Main sail: 2583 sq.ft 240.0 m²
110% Jib: 2559 sq.ft 237.7 m²
Asymm Spinnaker: 8582 sq.ft 797.0 m²