Swan sailing yacht Song of the Sea sold
by Malcolm Maclean
The 34.14 metre sailing yacht Song of the Sea, jointly listed for sale by Berthon International and Nautor’s Swan Brokerage, has been sold with the buyer introduced by Joost Goverts at Northrop & Johnson.
Built in GRP by Finnish yard Nautor’s Swan to a design by German Frers, Song of the Sea was delivered in 2002 as a Swan 112 model and most recently refitted in 2016. Accommodation is for up to 10 guests in four cabins. The owner's cabin is aft with a centreline queen size bed, port and starboard settees and a vanity mirror that can be electrically lowered to reveal a 42-inch television screen. There are two double cabins forward and a single with a fold down Pullman berth, all with television screens and en suite facilities.
On deck, she offers exceptional comfort and volume with several areas where guests can sit and relax, including the large centre cockpit which features twin dining tables and settees. The close proximity of the helms to the cockpit allow the helmsman to follow the conversation while keeping a hand on the sail trim via the fully automated push-button control system.
A nice touch is that her raised main saloon is all on one level and is designed so that a person of average height can enjoy the views through the windows while seated. Under power, a 414hp MTU diesel engine delivers a range of 3,000 nautical miles at 10 knots.
Song of the Sea was asking €4,700,000.