The new Swan 120 was unveiled at the recent Monaco yacht show.
The recent Monaco Yacht Show 2021 was the perfect place to showcase all the features of the Swan 120. The yacht is much more interesting than it might seem at first glance!
The Swan 120 Highlights
The yacht has a large deck that can be used not only as a work space, but also, by the way, as one large “beach” space. There is a lot of space, everyone will fit!
The new Swan 98 and Swan 120 are the latest in a new generation of yachts designed by Germany's Frers. These powerful, wide structures have twin rudders and great stability!
Swan 120 has a carbon epoxy resin construction. One of the features of this boat is the implementation of ocean crossings at high speeds.
By the way, the boat is equipped with a telescopic keel, which provides improved wind performance with the possibility of safe sailing closer to shallow water.
Continuity of forms
The maximum hull width was moved almost to the stern, which gave a number of advantages. The boat has become more manageable, stable; there was a fair amount of free space to create seating areas at the stern.
Deck seating was clearly a key design criterion. The spacious guest cabin is adorned with several sofas and can be protected by a bimini and a hood.
The Swan 120 is, in a good way, a successor to the previous models - the familiar lines of the entire Swan line are guessed in it. It will be difficult to confuse this boat with any other.
Length: 36.55 m / 119 ft 11 in
LWL: 32.84 m / 107 ft 9 in
Width: 8.12m / 26'8 ''
Draft: 4.7 m / 15'5 '' or 3.5-5.5 m / 11'6 '' - 18'1 ''
Displacement: 99 tons
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