Swan sailing yacht Hoppetosse back on the market
2017-03-02By Malcolm Maclean

Sold in October 2009, the 30.21 metre sailing yacht Hoppetosse is back on the market, listed for sale by Jeremy Peek at Nautor’s Swan Brokerage in Monaco.

Built in GRP by Nautor’s Swan to a design by German Frers, Hoppetosse was delivered in 2006 as a Swan 100FD model and has been refitted several times since. The interior, in hand rubbed satin varnished teak, accommodates six guests in three cabins consisting of a master suite, port double and a starboard twin, all with en-suite shower facilities. In addition, there are quarters for four crew aboard this yacht for sale.

Hoppetosse is asking €5.2 million

The saloon is light and open, offering comfortable dining and relaxed seating. A U-shaped settee lies on the starboard side while a full sized dining table can be laid for up to 10 guests and there is an entertainment centre including a 42-inch Sony flatscreen television and an L-shaped settee on the port side with an adjacent coffee table.

On deck, the cockpit features two spacious L-shaped sofas with large cockpit tables on either side of the centre-line companionway. In addition, the helmsman seats are extended aft to form another seating area on the aft deck. Her exterior, finished in anthracite grey Awlgrip paint, was newly painted in 2016 while under power a 300hp Perkins Sabre diesel engine gives her a top speed of 11 knots and cruising speed of nine knots.

Lying in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, Hoppetosse is asking €5.2 million.

SUPERYACHT DIRECTORY

HOPPETOSSE

Nautor's Swan   30.21 m |   2006

Swan 100-103 FD Hoppetosse

  30.21 m |   2006

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