Great Success of Ti-Coyo – Nautor’s 1st Swan 105 RS Yacht

The Swan 105 RS was recently launched by Nautor in Finland. The 31.7 metre sloop, named Ti-Coyo, the 1st Swan 105 RS yacht successfully paraded at Monaco Yacht Show 2014. This semi-custom superyacht featuring naval architecture by the renowned German Frers, with Beiderbecke design responsible for the interior was received with great fascination by both international as well as local professionals visiting and exhibiting at the event. Swan 105 RS super yacht Ti-Coyo provides her guests with lovely and comfortable accommodation. Great Success of Ti-Coyo - Nautor's 1st Swan 105 RS Yacht
Her notable feature is her vast interiors, which can be customised to suit the owner’s individual tastes and requirements, including the redefinition of the location of the master and guests cabins. The aft master stateroom features a sliding glass panorama door allowing bright daylight to enter while opening onto the transom, which can be used as a terrace and swimming platform. Warm Xelogen lights underline the timeless elegance of the interior furniture. Great Success of Ti-Coyo - Nautor's 1st Swan 105 RS Yacht Each of two guest cabins, one equipped with a king-size bed, the other with two single beds, have separate shower baths. The main saloon features two u-shaped, spacious sitting areas on either side, a large one furnished with a side table for glasses and a very large one with a dining table. All the latest appliances are included and every tool of the trade is efficiently stored away. Designed for blue water sailing as well as that of long distance in mind, luxury yacht Ti-Coyo allows for short handed sailing with ease and is well suited for long distances. Great Success of Ti-Coyo - Nautor's 1st Swan 105 RS Yacht The model offers elevated protection from the elements, added stowage and tankage, with the possibility for shallow draft and lifting keels. Ti-Coyo is the ideal space to entertain, relax or simply enjoy the sailing. A Swan 105 S and Swan 105 FD are further in the works.

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