February 27, 2015
NEFERTITI is the newest of the Swan sisterhood from 2010 and she comes with classic good looks and flush decks that go on forever; true Frers pedigree and Nautor build. Always skipper cherished she has raced in the Mediterranean and Carib circuits and she is fully MCA coded for charter. Her maintenance schedule has seen an open chequebook and she looks good from every angle.
NEFERTITI was the 2013 and 2014 winner of the Swan Caribbean Challenge trophy in The RORC Caribbean 600.
The term cruiser racer is rather over used and seldom delivered on. NEFERTITI achieves both roles effortlessly.
Brokers’ superlatives are wearing, but here are a few things that we particularly like –
Carbon hydraulic boot
How cool is that?
She is fully equipped to cruise effortlessly and of course comes with kit like a retractable bowthruster for close quarters handling which disappears when not in use so that sailing performance is not compromised and a comprehensive hydraulic system that is PLC controlled. She also has Northern Lights power with 2 power sources – PTO pump from Bosch Rexroth and 2 DC electric standby
Light, airy interior
Carbon cruising sails and the racey stuff in 3DL
But most of all when a yacht looks like this
Her specification can be viewed by following this link – Swan 90 NEFERTITI
For further information and details of how to inspect, touch and write a cheque for NEFERTITI please contact –
Jennifer Stewart email@example.com
Built in 2010, she was designed by Rogers Yacht Design, whose office is a Goliath’s stone’s throw from Berthon’s HQ in Lymington High Street. Built in Rhode Island, just a hop and skip away from Berthon USA’s office, Berthon on both sides of the Atlantic watched her progress from hatch.
A thoroughly modern performance cruising yacht, she is built of pre-preg carbon cured under vacuum. Both designer and owner have taken the opportunity to use the very best of modern technology in association with RINA to create a yacht which is nimble, comfortable for cruising and yet which can compete successfully at the highest level.
Unbeaten on the water and on corrected time at the Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup Cruiser Racer championship in 2012
Palma to Malta – 670 nautical miles – in 62 hours during which the highest recorded wind speed was 40 knots. During this passage she achieved over 22 knots.
2012 Maxi Class Regatta – first
International Super Yacht Society Design Award 24 to 40m – winner in 2011
Aside from the results, she has cruised comfortably with the owner and his family onboard and the interior accommodation is far from shabby –
AEGIR’s owner had a design brief – to build the fastest fully-kitted 80 footer possible in carbon. The R&D was considerable and with a committed designer, engaged owner and great shipyard they achieved that aim.
She also looks the business with timeless modern elegance
…..her specification can be viewed by following this link – Carbon Ocean Yachts 82
For further information and details of how to inspect, touch and write a cheque for AEGIR please contact –
Jennifer Stewart – Berthon USA firstname.lastname@example.org