Published on Thursday January 23, 2020
Swan Reveals New 58′ Bluewater Sailing Yacht
In line with their other models, she is a Germán Frers design and has been added to the range due to compliment the Swan line 48 and 65 models. As part of the design process, Frers and Swan asked for input from their dealer network around the world, including Vicsail!
Some of her key features include an exterior featuring soft and rounded shapes, a new cockpit design, a redefined coach-roof style and large swimming platform at the stern.
Accommodation is for up to eight people in an owner’s suite forward and two guest cabins aft, with the option of a fourth cabin with bunk beds.
Fitted with European oak, the interior boasts a large saloon, a generous galley and three heads. Nautor’s Swan offers various customisation options to buyers with different interior styling layouts, thematic moods with varying woods and materials.
Swan 58 specifications
Length of hull: 17.96 m / 58.92 ft
LOA: 19.11 m / 62.70 ft
LWL:17.09 m / 56.07 ft
Beam max: 5.27 m / 17.29 ft
Std keel – 2.70 m / 8.86 ft
Shallow – 2.20 m / 7.22 ft
Racing – 3.60 m / 11.81 ft
Displacement (light): 24700 kg / 54464 lbs
Ballast, standard keel: 7000 kg / 15435 lbs
Engine: Volvo D3-150 110 kW 150 Hp
During the revealing press conference, Nautor’s Swan explains: “58 is a new number for the Swan family – there has never been a model of this size before, but, like every new Swan, the 58 is the result of a long and accurate process of evolution and development, through many different models around this size.”
For our Sales Manager, David Sampson, this great vision in design with outstanding craftsmanship and incredibly high level of standard specification ensures the 58 to be a world class yacht.
“We are pleased to be able to offer the new 58 from Nautor’s Swan in Australia and New Zealand. It is designed to fit perfectly in the “Swan-line” between the other two new models being the 48 (first AUS delivery due into Australia 2020) and the 65!”, adds Sampson.
Pricing: from Euro 1,85 M (ex factory)