Published on Thursday November 15, 2018
Even the best things in the world can be improved, at least in details, including the Swan 54. This is something that we at Nautor’s always have in mind. We take advantage from our experience. Furthermore, we listen to suggestions from our owners, captains and experts. Therefore, we constantly and rigorously test every new Swan model, from launch through early life. All this in order to improve our boats – keeping them up-to-date in terms of technology, safety, comfort and changes in regulations.
The passionate attention to improvement is one of the key reasons Swan yachts are the most successful boats in the world. Moreover, this process has been applied to our iconic and beloved Swan 54. For Model Year 2019, it’s our pleasure to present you the latest features and improvements that have been implemented. Also, there are other little details, analysing every part of the boat, from deck gear to interior functionality, making her very close to the optimum we can get today. In other words, the outstanding Swan 54 just got even better.
Swan 54 DECK
- Swimming ladder integrated into the transom with a dedicated opening, well designed and functional for swimming
- Engine throttle: new model, more premium feel and in line with the cruising purpose of the boat
- Re-designed anchor locker with more space for optional additional chain and a proper top inspection suitable to wash the chain
- New solution for chain access below deck, with preventer for water flow
- Added stainless steel hand hold on the upper part of the pedestals
Swan 54 INTERIOR
- Aft guest cabin: floor in one level, without any step
- Port guest cabin amidships: increased width of the bed (not for opt centreboard keel solution)
- Enhanced access to engine with one single larger panel on port cabin
- Less intrusive door handles to enhance the space in the passages
- New Fusion stereo with remote Bluetooth connection
Vicsail’s CEO, Brendan Hunt, reviews and comments the changes:
“The changes destined for the 2019 Swan 54, can be viewed as minor “tweaking” of a very successful formula. The design team at Nautor’s Swan have looked at ways to enrich the comfort on board, with a larger Guest berth, and a reduction of sole (floor) “levels”.
Some new suppliers have come on board with new controls, and slightly modified systems. The result is no perceptible major changes but a very certainly an evolution of an excellent and most satisfactory boat.”
More about the Swan 54 here.