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Owner donates sailing superyacht Odin

21 July 2021• Written by Tom McGhie

The 35 metre Nautor’s Swan sailing yacht Odin has been donated by its owner, represented by Paul Daubner and Sean McCarter of Northrop & Johnson. 

The sailing yacht has now entered a 36-month bareboat charter with a purchase option to benefit the California Maritime Academy Foundation.

Built by Nautor's Swan, Odin was delivered in 2018 as a flush deck model and is one of the most technically advanced yachts to leave the Finnish shipyard. A lightweight, competitive racer, Odin is built in carbon fibre with exterior design by German Frers.

Accommodation is for six in three cabins, comprising an owner’s suite, a double cabin and a twin cabin. Odin is operated by six crew members in three additional cabins.

Notes of comfort in the guest areas include Sonos Connect and B&W speakers, while Sony television screens can be found in both the main saloon and the owner’s cabin.

Briefed by the yard with creating “something different” and contemporary on the yacht’s interior, de Vosde Vries Design deployed a light grey, stained oak wood finish with a brushed treatment throughout.

In contrast, dark, crown-cut wenge floors, fitted with cross-plank detailing were created to “communicate an industrial tone”. Lightweight foam and carbon cores feature heavily in the construction material, so as not to detract from the yacht’s speeds on the water.

On deck features include a guest cockpit with teak tables adjustable in height with different modes.

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