Thanks’ to the shipyard’s leading positioning in the 30m+ performance superyacht, with fifteen yachts of this size built in just six years, the SW102 expresses the best of the shipyard’s core values. The project features wider volumes compared to Southern Wind Shipyard’s masterpiece, the SW 100.
Those volumes have been generously conveyed into the saloon, the cabins, as well as into the engine room, the sail locker and the lazzarette. Hull shape and construction materials have been carefully designed to make the yacht as lightweight and voluminous as she can be. Available in Deck and Raised Saloon version, this versatile project represents the utmost balance between the comforts of a big yacht with the relatively simple management of a 4 crew yacht. The raised saloon configuration offers a protected guest cockpit and an ample deckhouse saloon with panoramic 270° coach roof windows, which literally bring all-round sea views into the interior.
Engine room is place under the saloon. She flaunts an airy and wide open-space saloon, which exploits the entire beam of the yacht, thanks to the recession of the engine room center boat.