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Stemming from the DNA of Southern Wind, the new SW100X combines all the knowledge and experience gained from the construction of nearly 40 performance sailing yachts in the 90-110 feet range. Once again conceived by the historically successful partnership of Southern Wind with Farr Yacht Design and Nauta Design, the SW100X project has been in a conceptual stage for few years to meet the Southern Wind core values of dependability, comfort, performance and versatility.

Functionality is the core of this boat: thanks to a carefully designed deck and well thought interior layout, the yacht can be easily managed by a reduced crew and has built in redundancies. Its modern and efficient systems are user friendly and can be serviced worldwide.

Exterior

The design brief for the SW100X stresses the importance of efficiency in all aspects of design and construction. In the naval architecture efficiency is achieved by minimizing wetted surface. The manifestations of this minimization are more circular cross sections, narrower waterline beam and relatively narrower aft sections. A highly efficient, low wetted surface hull leads to a smaller sailplan lighter rig, less ballast required to power it all and ultimately less displacement.

The SW100X design is versatile and various options for propulsion systems and keels (fixed and optional telescopic keel) have been envisioned and accommodated from the first stages of the design process.

 

Deck

The GT Style is the core of the deck design of the new SW100X. The modern “crossover” coach-roof design allows for a 270° panoramic outside view from the light and spacious saloon. The reverse windshield enhances the distinctive sporty character of the roof design, while the new cockpit arrangement provides additional space for sunbathing and relaxing.

The ample and protected guest cockpit features C-shaped settees on either side for dining and relaxing under the shaded bimini and sprayhood. The sail handling and manoeuvring functions are concentrated in the aft cockpit with direct access to the crew quarters, nav station and galley.

The aft cockpit coamings, where steering stations and winches are placed, have been moved maximum outboard to optimize the visibility and line of sight from the helm positions. The position of the winches further outboard also improves the angles of sheets and lines. As a result of this innovation, the maneuvering cockpit is dramatically wider, resulting in 35.5 sqm.

 

SEASIDE LOUNGE

SW100X main innovation can be found in the groundbreaking design of the versatile Seaside Lounge, that creates a 20.2 sqm beach club in the aft cockpit linked directly to the enlarged swim platform and to the sea below. Beneath the lounge, a William 435 Sport Jet tender or other voluminous toys, such as a small utility car, can be stored transversally, without compromising on the interior volume.

 

Discover the SW100X Seaside Lounge

Interior

SW100X features the well-proven Southern Wind four en-suite cabin layout, complemented by a versatile multi-purpose area for a TV lounge, workspace, or bar.

 An ergonomic and elegant chaise-lounge can be replaced with a vanity desk.

An ample midship VIP cabin offers a 1.60m wide by 2.05m long berth. Two en-suite twin cabins are located aft and forward of the saloon and can be converted into double cabins for maximum versatility.

Elegance and spaciousness define SW100X‘s full-beam saloon making it the brightest area of the interior. Natural light flows into the saloon through the 270° panoramic windows in the newly designed coach-roof, extra-large hull windows on either side, and a transparent double wide companionway. For those seeking even more light, an optional central skylight is available.

The spacious and comfortable crew area aft can accommodate up to four crew members. It comprises two en-suite cabins, a generous galley, crew mess, and the navigation station. The interior is meticulously crafted using top-quality materials and with furniture built to the highest.

The interior spaces and style offer the possibility to mix built-in and loose furniture, choosing different finishings for bed frames, side tables and various accessories, thus giving the perception of wider spaces and the pleasant feeling of “being at home”.

SW100X AllSeas

Main Specifications

Main Data

LOA:
30.53m (32.70m including bowsprit)
LWL:
28.62 m
Beam (Max):
7.32 m
Draft:
4.0m (fixed keel) | 3.65-5.6 m (telescopic keel)
Displacement:
67,8 t (lightship | Traditional propulsion)
Engine:
CUMMINS QSB 6.7MCD 305 HP @ 2600 RPM IMO TIER III | Compliant Propulsion: optional | Hybrid propulsion: optional

Materials

Hull:
Advanced composite sandwich
Inner skin: Carbon/epoxy resin;
Core: Corecell;
Outer skin: Carbon/epoxy resin
Deck:
Advanced composite sandwich
Inner skin: Carbon/epoxy resin;
Core: Corecell;
Outer skin: Carbon /epoxy resin
Interior:
Honeycomb or foam sandwich structure with wooden veneers

Designers

Naval Architect:
Farr Yacht Design
General Concept:
Nauta Design and Southern Wind Shipyard with Farr Yacht Design
Deck & Interior:
Nauta Design
Builder:
Southern Wind Shipyard

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