The Swan 58 can be considered the culmination of the evolution of the Bluewater concept, of which Nautor Swan has been the progenitor since 1996. Timeless design by German Frers, enviable performance and the seal of approval of one of the world’s most famous shipyards. This is what it looks like.
Swan 58 – Bluewater according to Swan
The Swan 58 (m. 17.96 x 5.27) is a true Bluewater yacht intended to sail in comfort anywhere in the world, in fact, as far as the lines are concerned, the bow sections have been softened with the idea of allowing a smoother upwind gait. A yacht with all the modern features that this type of boat has, but without any compromise in terms of performance and pleasure in steering the boat. The Swan 58 is close to 18 meters, a perfect size for year-round use, perhaps even for living aboard for extended periods.
Swan 58 – A cruiser with world-class performance
Precisely because it is an uncompromising cruiser suitable for long sailing, some precise choices were made for accessories and equipment. In fact, there are as many as six tanks dedicated to water and diesel fuel, for a total fuel capacity of as much as 1,050 liters with 946 of water. Important numbers, those who make long sailings know in fact how important it is to be able to be independent, for water and diesel fuel, from forced stopovers ashore. And on a boat like the Swan 58 aboard you can live as if you were in a luxury apartment, not having the constraint of frequent return to the mainland becomes a priority. For similar reasons, the boat is equipped with a tender garage that can hold an inflated 2.8 x 1.4-meter rigid-keel tender, an essential comfort for a long sailing boat. Inside, a forced ventilation system also makes long periods on board “comfortable” in terms of temperature control inside and ventilation quality.
|Length. hull||17.96 m|
|Length. with bowsprit||19.11 m|
|Length. gall.||17.09 m|
|Standard keel dive||2.70 m|
|Short keel diving||2.20 m|
|Performance keel dive||3.80 m|
|Telescoping keel dive||2,20 – 3,80 m|
|Displacement std||25,400 kg|
|Standard keel ballast||7,500 kg|