Nautor’s Swan Brokerage will be headquartered in Monaco and is, says the company, “Part of Nautor’s longstanding commitment to Swan owners. With direct connections to the vast resources at Nautor’s yard in Finland and a dedicated team of Swan agents worldwide, supported by Nautor’s Swan Customer Care, Nautor’s Swan Brokerage will provide an unparalleled resource to Swan owners.”
The statement goes on to say, “Swan owners and prospective buyers now have access to the most complete range of pre-owned Swan yachts available for sale through Nautor’s Swan Brokerage, as well as to a team of specialists, with superior technical knowledge of Swan yachts.”
And now on to Solleone. Built in carbon fibre by Nautor to a German Frers design, she was delivered in May 2009 as a Swan 90 model. Accommodation is four eight guests in four cabins consisting of an aft master suite, a double amidships and port and starboard twins, all with en suite shower facilities.
The aft cockpit is recessed into the deck while the forward cockpit has two U-shaped settees and two varnished teak cockpit tables that can be lowered to seat level to create an expanded sun bathing area.
In the saloon, lined with teak panelling, there is a U-shaped settee to port and L-shaped settee to starboard with seating for seven to eight guests. Two identical custom made tables can be raised, lowered and extended, offering dining for up to eight persons.
Following the Cannes show, Solleone is now available for inspection in Villefranche sur Mer, France, asking €5.9 million.