A fantastic super sailing boat comes from South Africa with a length of 35 meters and a width of 7,31m.
The Southern Wind shipyard has delivered the first hull of the SW 105 – Transoceanic Sailing Ship, which will soon begin its first trip from Capetown to the Mediterranean Sea. The SW 105 is a high performance cruiser with outstanding features that provides all the comforts of modern super-yachts. At the same time, he emphasizes his abilities for coastal and transatlantic cruises.
The general concept created by Nauta Design, Southern Wind Shipyard with Farr Yacht Design on this sailing boat is three different kobilon configurations (fixed, telescopic and lift) to meet the requirements and needs of the owner.
The goal of the designers of this yacht during the development of the project was to include the top characteristics of other ships and to build a cruiser with regal affinities, while retaining a beautiful aesthetics and a high level of comfort.
The SW 105 is distinguished by its large free surfaces on the deck and the contour line from stern to bow, while in the lower part of this crater, it is proud of the abundance of the interior volume in which the well-decorated cabins are placed.
Thanks to the various deck deck options, the yacht can be equipped either with Raised Salon or Deck Salon configuration. In both cases, eight to ten people can enjoy and relax in conversations and socializing on couches and at the big table with a variety of menu and service.