PHOTOS: Facebook/Baltic Yachts With her keel assembly taking place last week, Canova is quickly approaching launch and hand-over to her performance-oriented owner. “Performance” is the key word. The 142-footer (43.3-meter) is the first private yacht fitted with a retractable, speed-boosting foil created with contributions by a famed America’s Cup racing team. Commissioned by a repeat
It is certainly a long journey from the waters of Cape Town, South Africa to those of Norway. This is exactly the type of bluewater cruising that Southern Wind Shipyard intended its SW105 miniseries to tackle. Norway is going to be the summertime destination for Power of 2, the third hull in the series. She
Southern Wind Shipyard celebrated its first christening of the year. Power of 2, the third hull in the SW105 series, is now in the water. Like many yacht owners, the owner of Power of 2 wanted something bigger than his previous yacht. An avid sailor, he specifically wanted to enjoy swifter sailing and to visit
Should the owner of Canova decide to enter a superyacht regatta, the competition will be in his wake. Thanks to being the first superyacht with a special foil, this Baltic Yachts build could see 25 knots while fully loaded in flat-calm conditions in 25 knots of true wind. Simultaneously, Canova should be a much more
The “tres” time is the charm for the owner of Kiboko Tres. This SW105 is his third delivery from Southern Wind Shipyard. En route to her home port of Palma de Mallorca, Spain, she will serve as a family cruiser and competitive racer. At nearly 106 feet (32.27 meters), Kiboko Tres is the owner’s largest
Latin is a dead language to some. However, to Southern Wind Shipyard and the owners of Seatius, it’s alive and well. The name of the newest SW96 is a play on the Latin word citius, meaning “faster.” Furthermore, she departed the yard with the staff wishing her “Citius! Altius! Fortius!” Translated, this means “Faster! Higher!