Making Waves: Southern Wind

South African builder Southern Wind is hard at work on the third hull of the SW102, a raised-salon version of this sailing-yacht line. This yacht will have a slightly longer hull (it is expected to finish at 104 feet/31.7 meters), in part to make room for a garage capable of holding a 13-foot (4-meter) tender.
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South African builder Southern Wind is hard at work on the third hull of the SW102, a raised-salon version of this sailing-yacht line. This yacht will have a slightly longer hull (it is expected to finish at 104 feet/31.7 meters), in part to make room for a garage capable of holding a 13-foot (4-meter) tender.

One in the Water and One on the Way

SW102

SW102

South African builder Southern Wind is hard at work on the third hull of the SW102, a raised-salon version of this sailing-yacht line. This yacht will have a slightly longer hull (it is expected to finish at 104 feet/31.7 meters), in part to make room for a garage capable of holding a 13-foot (4-meter) tender. The yard turned to Nauta Yacht Design for the exterior lines, deck and interior, while Farr Yacht Design handled the naval architecture, sail plan and appendages. Named Farfalla by her owners, the yacht is expected in summer 2014, nearly a year after Feelin’ Good, the recently delivered SW82. The first hull in the model line, Feelin’ Good is also a product of Nauta and Farr and will officially premier in Monaco after a 7,000-nautical-mile maiden voyage from South Africa to the Mediterranean.

For more information:soutthernwindshipyard.com

Feelin' Good

Feelin' Good

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