Swan 120-001

The 2nd cure of the Swan 120-001 pre-preg carbon hull inside Nautor’s state-of-the-art new oven at the shipyard in Finland. Temperatures reached over 95 degrees for a total curing duration of more than 20 hours during this 2nd curing session. More than 50 sensors are connected to monitor and register the process precisely. This next generation high-end oven (2019) proves our dedication to achieving perfection in pre-preg carbon structures. Upon completion of this curing session a non-destructive testing will be performed on the hull by an independent survey company in order to assure highest quality. This stunning Swan 120 is scheduled for delivery in 2021.

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Swan 98: demoulding the third unit

Having two Swan 98’s in an advanced stage of production, now it is time to ‘give birth’ to the third one. The successful de-moulding of Swan 98-003 took place at the end of November. This unique Swan 98 is customized for world-circumnavigation by her very experienced owner and captain. Her full pre-preg carbon hull will be measured, checked and certified by an independent survey company performing intensive non-destructive test (NDT) sequences at various stages of her construction. Hull certification by Det Norske Veritas - Germanischer Lloyd hull will apply to this range of Maxi Swan yachts.

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Nautor’s Swan at 2020 Düsseldorf Boat Show

Another elegant and performing Nautor’s Swan novelty will be on display at the biggest boat show in northern Europe, the Boot Düsseldorf. Come and visit us at Hall 16, Stand A57 and A58.



Jabuka was a hard offshore test for ClubSwan 36

Two Nautor ClubSwan 36s from ACI Sail fleet had a real offshore test during Jabuka (Apple in Croatian), one of the hardest and toughest races in the Adriatic. With hard blowing winds, rough sea and heavy showers during the 110 mile long route from Croatian town Vodice to the legendary rock Jabuka in the middle of the Adriatic ClubSwan 36 passed this arduous test with excellent marks. In overall standings yacht 'Facing Future' was second and yacht 'Go Racing' was seventh among 106 boats. The helmsman of 'Go Racing' and manager of ACI Sail Ivan Kljakovic Gaspic was very pleased with boat performance.
"The Adriatic sea is not very friendly at this time of the year. The weather conditions were hard. More than 14 hours of sailing is a very demanding task but this was also a great opportunity to test different ways to sail this boat with its foil and its rig in offshore sailing. The ClubSwan 36 has shown great potential. It was fast, reliable and solid as a rock. We managed to sail the boat at close to optimum performance for the most time during the race. During sailing upwind we got about eight knots of speed, and during downwind we were flying at a speed of 21 knots. That was astonishing. With me on the boat were new Head of Swan One Design Sport Activities Federico Michetti and famous Croatian alpine ski racer Ivica Kostelic who is now a very keen and passionate sailor and they enjoyed it very much. For me, the best description would be how the ClubSwan 36 allows one to experience extremely fast sailing as an amateur – an experience that is usually reserved exclusively for professionals – and in total safety", said famous Croatian sailor Ivan Kljakovic Gaspic.

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ARC Atlantic Rally for Cruisers

The start of a great adventure! The ARC Atlantic Rally for Cruisers saw 1000 sailors from 53 nations depart Las Palmas de Gran Canaria last week, to cross the Atlantic to Saint Lucia as part of ARC 2019, the world’s largest trans-ocean sailing rally. Amongst the fleet are 8 Swan yachts making their way across the Atlantic. Swan 651 Aurora, Swan 68 Explotadot, Swan 78 Kinina, Swan 46 Mk II Milanto, Swan 48 S&S Montana, Swan 82 S Stay Calm, Swan 80 Umiko and Swan 65 Vahine. Currently leading in the Cruising B class is Vahine.

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Restoring Swan 37 Elixir

Max Campbell, a young passionate English sailor, shares with us the story of the restoration of S&S Swan 37 Elixir. Max found her at the back of a boatyard in Mylor, deep in winter: “She had been neglected for quite a long time. Along with a group of friends, I built a shed and began to restore her.
Over an 11 month period, we gave her a completely new paint job, inside and outside. We replaced all the teak and aluminum deck fittings, and polished up the stainless steel. We rebuilt the rudder, and did a handful of fiberglass repairs, and now she looks really good. My friends and I are now planning on completing a circumnavigation on her. We are all between 24-26, and are sailors, photographers, scientists and writers. Everyone’s really excited to go sailing, and Elixir’s the prefect boat for the voyage.” They plan to leave their home town of Falmouth in December, to head out on this epic new adventure.
Stay tuned reading and following them on Instagram, @un-tide

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In this monthly bulletin, we would like to give you somewords regarding a topic that gave us a hard time this summer and also previous seasons. During the last season more than one owner contacted us due to some issues in relation to accidents occurred with their guests; as you all may know, one of the most common policies is the “third party liability”, which operates in order to cover all damages caused by the insured to third persons. What sometimes is not so clear is the fact that said policy covers only guests and not the crew and if any person on board takes part in any maneuver (like for instance simply raising the anchor or using a winch), he or she will be considered part of the crew and the insurance companies may not cover any injury suffered by this person.
With a view to providing a cost effective and at the same time efficient solution to these unpleasant cases, we strongly suggest our clients to sign our exclusive ACCIDENT POLICY based on the number of people on board vaild both for professional and amateur crew.
Pelase find below our email contact; please do not hesitate to ask us for some more detailed information about this topic. We will be pleased to deliver you a deeper explanation or a proper concrete solution to this issue.




Atalanta Marine has a long tradition in Management, Brokerage, Refit & Repairs with technical experience and know-how combined with full knowledge of International and local markets.
Atalanta’s Marine service centre can guarantee service, quality and security for Nautor’s Swan owners. The modern facilities of Atlas Shipyards in Perama with both our own personnel and subcontractors’ professional skills able to respond to any customer’s request concerning engineering, electrical and electronics repairs and installation, shaft lines and propeller repairs, rigging installation and repairs, sail maintenance and storage, osmosis treatment, antifouling procedures and several surface preparation techniques.
500 tons travel lift, full shipyards facilities including hydro blasting, cranes, forklifts, fresh water, garbage disposal, shore power, office space, meeting room, internet access and a wide range of other services are available for Nautor’s Swan owners during repairs and refit operations.
Atalanta Marine offers outstanding service and can also arrange repairs in the Marinas throughout Greece, in case the boat does not need dry docking works. In addition, Atalanta Marine can provide the full range of agency services such as formalities, bunkering, provisioning, crew placement, etc. at an exceptional level to owners and guests.
Their extensive network, strong relationships and profound knowledge of the market, makes them the first port of call for yachts travelling in the region.

Atalanta Marine
3, Iosifidou str.
GR 167 77 Elliniko, GREECE
Tel No.: + 30 210 9910722
Fax No.: + 30 210 9958663

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ARC Race

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria to Saint Lucia

Start November 24th, 2019

Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race

Sydney (AUS)

December 26th, 2019

Duesseldorf Boat Show

Duesseldorf (GER)

January 18th to 26th, 2020

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