Shipyards - New Build
Hundreds of years of Finnish boat building tradition, Nautor’s Swan was born out of an inspiration. Despite the challenging environment around the small town of Pietarsaari, where temperatures can fall to -30 C in the depths of winter and the sea can be frozen for up to five months of the year, Pekka Koskenkyla its founder had a vision to start producing high-quality and high performance sailing yachts, made for those passionate about cruising and racing, searching for the contact with the water and nature.
Since 1966, Nautor’s Swan is proud of the unmatched quality in the production of the most loved sail boats in the world, a fully integrated in-house building process, from the design to the finest details and final testing before the handover of each yacht to its owners. Today, the advanced Boatbuilding Technology Center, known as BTC, marks the line of the company process of expansion. Started in 2017, Opened its doors after almost 2 years of extension on 9.935 sqm of facilities dedicated to the new joinery, high-tech lamination operations with an oven for post curing, halls for painting, grinding and polishing as well as areas for warehousing and logistics.
Monaco Yacht Show announce fleet of large sailing yachts
Monaco Yacht Show has announced a fleet of large sailing yachts on display this September.
Nautor Swan reflects
Giovanni Pomati, CEO of Nautor Group, considers the last two years and the future of sailing yachts…
New members and a bullish outlook at SYBAss general assembly
SYBAss focussed on the impact of the world economy on potential superyacht ownership…
Monaco Yacht Show is the stage for the début of Swan 120 – the new flagship by Nautor
The 120 project announced at the same show in 2018, has now become reality and is on display…
First Swan 120 sold
Nautor’s Swan has announced that the build of the first Swan 120 is now underway…
Nautor's Swan unveils new Maxi Swan model
Details of the Swan 120 were presented during the Monaco Yacht Show…
Fourth Swan 115 listed for sale
German Frers explains how the design has been geared towards a client looking for performance…
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