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First look: Interiors of first Swan 108 Fancy sailing yacht revealed


Nautor's latest model - billed as the first in the yard's new Maxi Swan era - was launched in June this year and underwent sea trials in Finland's Gulf of Ostrobothnia ahead of the Monaco Yacht Show (27-30 September) .

Nautor Swan has released brand new images of the interior of its first sailing yacht the Swan 108 Fancy.


swan 108 interior

The yacht is the result of a collaboration between architect German Frers, interior designer Misa Poggi and Lucio Micheletti (and Partners) who were responsible for the exterior styling.

Misa Poggi aims to provide owners and guests with "air, light and space".

swan 108 interior design

The yacht is equipped with natural materials such as linen, cotton and leather in shades of white, natural light colors, natural brown and beige tones for the leather. These are combined with light hardwoods, giving the yacht a sophisticated feel and bringing to mind warm, sunny lands.


"I work with materials and colours obtained from a careful selection, thinking above all about the tactile and visible sensation to achieve different moods.",says interior designer Misa Poggi.


the stern open along with part of the aft deck to create a generous waterfront beach club

One of the most significant developments of the Swan 108 is the double-action stern door that converts into a platform, to create a generous beach club. According to the yard, the solution offers double the space of similar Maxis, while making the tender operation easier.

swan 108

The hull and deck are full carbon, while the quad rig forms nearly 350m2 (6,977ft2) of mainsail area. Two basic keel options are offered: a fixed draft keel of 4.9 meters (16 ft 1 in) or a telescopic keel with a draft of 3.4 meters when raised and 5.2 meters when lowered.


In terms of propulsion, she is equipped with a single Scania engine that gives her a cruising speed of 10 knots.



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