Nautor's Swan has released new images of the fourth hull in its 115 series.
This sailing yacht was launched and named Odin earlier this month.
Odin is a sailing superyacht
is a flush deck model and was described by the yard as "the most technologically advanced boat ever built at Nautor".
Her hull construction, sailing systems, mast and keel allow her to be a world class racing superyacht
and compete on the world stage.
Her launch comes ahead of her worldwide premiere at next month's Monaco Yacht Show.
Odin features design by German Frers and has been designed for bluewater and long-distance cruising. The Swan 115 is available in two versions: a flush deck (FD) model that has a sportier appearance and is favoured for racing and a semi-raised saloon (S) model. The Swan 115 series was originally conceived for owners who were after a new concept that offered high-performance and comfort in a sailing superyacht.
"Besides the customary family cruising in comfort, they were looking for extra adrenaline pumping racing and sailing at higher maximum speeds downwind," Frers previously said.
The interior by the yard for de Vosde Vries Design was to create “something different” and contemporary. The interior should have a casual and welcoming appeal, with joinery that put use the impressive skills of Nautor's Swan craftsmen. The result is a light grey, stained oak wood finish with a brushed treatment throughout.
This is contrasted by the dark, crown-cut wenge floors, which are fitted with a distinct cross-plank detailing, created to communicate an industrial tone. Construction is with lightweight foam and carbon cores in order to meet the strict weight requirements to keep this yacht up to her promised sailing prowess.
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The 23.8 metre yacht features naval architecture by Mike Buvenich, previously of Tom Fexas Yacht Design, and structural engineering by New Zealand-based High Modulus.
The interior design was sculpted by the owner and carried out by Seattle-based designer Sylvia Bolton.
The yard said that the yacht boasts “comfort, strength, sea-keeping and efficiency” and features three full-beam staterooms all equipped with en suites.
The semi-custom yacht
, which is powered by a pair of CAT C18 Acert 1,136HP, is based on a model available in a number of different main deck layout and décor options. It is equipped with a spacious flybridge and two main living areas on the main deck.
The pilothouse is equipped with a country kitchen, dinette and day head while a formal dining area and bar are located inside in the saloon. There are also plenty of alfresco entertainment spaces, including an open air dining table and wet bar on the aft deck, and outdoor galley and BBQ.