The 31.89 metre Swan sailing yacht Child of Lir has been sold with the buyer and seller represented by Joost Goverts at Fraser in Palma.
With naval architecture by German Frers and styling by Beiderbeck Design, Child of Lir was built in carbon composite by Finnish yard Nautor’s Swan to DNV class and delivered in August 2014 as a Swan 105 RS model. An interior in hand-rubbed, satin-finished mahogany accommodates eight guests in four cabins consisting of a master suite, double and two twins, all with Apple television screens and en-suite shower facilities. The fourth cabin can also serve as a captain’s berth.
In the saloon, a C-shaped settee for six persons is situated to port surrounding a dining table. Aft to starboard and port, there are cabinets with storage for crockery, cutlery, and glasses, as well as a small sliding desk, while there is a further seating area to starboard with three Fendi sofas.
Up on deck, a fixed carbon Bimini top provides the cockpit with protection from the elements with a retractable sun shade, removable side curtains and a forward glass panel, able to slide continuously from closed to completely open. Harken provided all the hydraulic winches, the mast and boom are from Southern Spars, and she has a wardrobe of 3Di sails from North Sails.
Under power, a 330hp Cummins engine gives her a range of up to 2,800 nautical miles.
Child of Lir was asking €7,900,000,
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