The SW105 yacht is a high-performance cruiser with exceptional sea-keeping characteristics. It provides all the comforts of a modern superyacht, while also excelling on coastal or bluewater race courses. The yacht is the result of the long-standing collaboration between SWS, Nauta Design and Farr Yacht Design. The aim of the yacht designers when conceiving the SW105 yacht project was to incorporate a modicum of race boat features into a cruiser racer while keeping a beautiful aesthetic and a high level of comfort.

SW105’s naval architecture has been conceived to host three different keel configurations (fixed, telescopic, lifting) to satisfy the requirements of different owners. The displacement to yacht length ratio has been optimised for top performance. SW105 features generously wide aft sections and an open transom which ensure an ample deck area and abundant interior volumes. These elements are a real plus for any performance cruiser. The modern design of SW105 emerges strongly on the single level deck: on top of comfortable and safe passage, this layout creates a continuous line from stern to coachroof that makes the yacht look longer and sleeker.

Thanks to the different deck layout options the yacht can feature either a Raised Saloon, a Deck Saloon or a GT configuration.


Main Specifications

Main Data

34.59 m (32.27 excluding bowsprit)
29.44 m
Beam (Max):
7.31 m
4,5 m (fixed keel) | 3.65 m – 5.6 m (telescopic keel) 3 – 5 m (lifting keel)
68.800 kg (lightship IRC, excluding extras)


Advanced composite sandwich
Inner skin: Carbon/epoxy resin;
Core: Corecell;
Outer skin: E-glass & Aramid /epoxy resin
Advanced composite sandwich
Inner skin: Carbon/epoxy resin;
Core: Corecell;
Outer skin: Carbon /epoxy resin
Honeycomb or foam sandwich structure with wooden veneers


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

Additional Information

The first model in the miniseries, the SW105 yacht series was SATISFACTION, now Wolfhound, comes in a Raised Saloon configuration. Thanks to it, this 34m performance cruiser benefits from uncluttered sightlines blending with a sleek high-ceilinged coachroof, which floods the interior with light through panoramic windows and hull portlights. SW105 Wolfhound hosts a telescopic keel configuration. The stunning SW105 KIBOKO TRES, again a Raised Saloon, features a Full carbon hull, deck and bulkheads, a fixed keel and a larger sail plan, making her enjoyable even during superyacht regattas.

Both of the SW105 yacht’s configurations feature a light, bright and open main saloon. Eight to ten people can relax and converse in comfort on couches or at the dining table. Immediately fore of the living area, a wide studio, TV or Bar area flawlessly separates the main saloon from the owner’s private area. The interior features an owner’s cabin and three comfortable guest cabins. The crew area is an efficient working environment for five and includes a spacious galley, a nav station and three crew cabins. THE POWER OF 2 is the third unit in the SW105 yacht mini-series. The owner chose a deck saloon configuration with a protected guest cockpit and an ample deckhouse where guests are surrounded by sea views from the panoramic 270° windows. She hosts a lifting keel configuration making here enjoyable in shallow waters.

“The last in the miniseries is the SW105#04. The yacht will have a completely new deck layout, carefully conceived by Nauta Design to meet the owner’s brief. The yacht will stand out for the sleek and sexy lines of her carbon coachroof. Compared to SW105 DS and RS versions, this new GT version has a wider cockpit area on a single level.”

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