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First look at the first hybrid SW108 Gelliceaux unveiled by Nauta Design


Πρώτη ματιά στο πρώτο υβριδικό SW108 Gelliceaux που αποκαλύφθηκε από τη Nauta Design

The Gelliceaux hybrid diesel is the first unit in Southern Wind's SW108 Smart Custom range. The nautical architecture of the yacht was done by Farr Yacht Design and the exterior and interior decoration by Nauta.


SW108#01 is characterized by a deck design specifically created to meet the owner’s detailed brief.


Πρώτη ματιά στο πρώτο υβριδικό SW108 Gelliceaux που αποκαλύφθηκε από τη Nauta Design

The new deck layout is fresh but immediately recognizable for its clean, sober geometries that include all the touchstones of the GT look in a new configuration. SW108#01 has a redesigned coachroof that lets even more light into the yacht through a central skylight and side windows.


SW108#01 interior features a 4-cabin layouts: the owner’s cabin is forward in the quietest area of the yacht and 3-guest cabins are amidship. This arrangement allows for a spacious and enjoyable L-shaped social area forward of the saloon that includes living and dining areas and a TV lounge.


Πρώτη ματιά στο πρώτο υβριδικό SW108 Gelliceaux που αποκαλύφθηκε από τη Nauta Design

SW108#01 will stand out for the completely new style of her interior: new furniture geometries, wood colors and finishing, a sophisticated lighting system by PSLab, will all complement in a holistic way offering a sense of warmness and elegance.


Πρώτη ματιά στο πρώτο υβριδικό SW108 Gelliceaux που αποκαλύφθηκε από τη Nauta Design

The SW108 Hybrid is the first Southern Wind model conceived and engineered from the outset as a diesel-electric hybrid vessel. The team drew on its experience from the design loop of the SW96 yacht Nyumba, which uses a similar BAE HybriGen® propulsion system.

Gelliceaux can reach 12 knots in eight knots of wind and 20.8 knots in downwind.


Πρώτη ματιά στο πρώτο υβριδικό SW108 Gelliceaux που αποκαλύφθηκε από τη Nauta Design

Since her delivery in October 2024, Gelliceaux has already sailed almost 12,000 nautical miles. After her 7,500 nautical miles maiden voyage from Cape Town to Lanzarote, her owners decided to cross the Atlantic, heading to the Caribbean in time for the winter season.







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