Swan Arrow 75 (23 m) is the XL walkaround according to Swan


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Swan Arrow
Swan Arrow

News from the Swan house! There is a new concept in circulation and it points the way to a new open walkaround of a good 75 feet, elegant and also suitable for cruising. It is, in fact, the new 23.2-meter presented by the Finnish brand, the Swan Arrow, a sporty and classy design that will make luxury and comfort some of its strong points. Designed by Jarkko Jamsén, the new Swan will be a showpiece, strong with a 50-square-meter beach area, lounge areas and remarkable top speeds: up to 40 knots with triple 1000-horsepower engines.

Swan Arrow (23 m), the Scandinavian boat for the Mediterranean

Sundeck, a convivial area in the bow, and a giant stern overlooking the water. These are just three of the elements that will characterize the new Swan Arrow. Sleek and clean, this new yacht enters the “heavyweight” walkaround race. It will be a direct competitor to the
Pardo P75
presented at the last
Cannes Yachting Festival
and future flagship of a hugely successful range?

In the meantime,let’s take a closer look at what we know about this Swan preview.

Swan Arrow

Swan Arrow – Blanket

The eye also wants its share, you know, and the Swan Arrow in this respect shows sophistication. The newly inverted bow and clean lines underscore a light-impact hull, sleeked by the salon and decorated by the broadside windows as well as the classic stripes, the brand’s emblem.

Set as a walkaround, the design comes to life on the deck, with a classic layout developed around the “al fresco” lounge area, which is fully glazed and openable.

Swan Arrow

In the bow we have a second lounge, where the sundeck and double sofas, served by coffee tables, are central. A convivial area overlooking the sea usable both in roadstead and cruise navigation.

Surprisingly, there is another sundeck area. Where. On the roof of the central hall, reached by a recessed retractable ladder.

Swan Arrow
Swan Arrow with beach area in extended configuration

Highlight of the project, however, probably turns out to be the aft area. Numbers in hand we are facing, also opening the masonry to a platform on the 50-meter water. Imagine yourself in the crystal clear waters of the French Riviera or in Sardinia, on this beautiful private beach (served with every amenity) and all to yourself.

View from the cockpit

Swan Arrow – Interior

Let’s go inside. On the deck is a large salon. This one, facing the sea 360° and fully glazed, can open wide to the outside while remaining shaded by the top above, resulting in a veranda on the sea, facing aft to a true beach area. Here, protected by glass windows in case of need, is a convivial area complete with facing sofas and small tables, followed by a bar cabinet. Beyond, of course, is the dashboard, served by dual ergonomic seating.

Swan Arrow
Swan Arrow – Salon

Moving to the lower deck, Swan offers two distinct layout options. In a first case, accommodating up to 6 guests (plus crew), there are 3 different double cabins. In the bow, a full-beam double cabin complete with en-suite toilet serves as the guest stateroom, mirrored by a larger aft double, the master stateroom, also served by en-suite facilities, but larger and complete with sofa and walk-in closet.

Swan Arrow – Master Cabin

A third cabin, positioned amidships and served by twin single beds, completes the sleeping area. Overlooking this is the galley, complete with every accessory needed for life on board.

Bow cabin

In the second layout, however, essentially Swan looks at meeting different needs, offering lounge areas below deck for those who also appreciate spending time in areas other than the convivial outdoor areas. To this end, the single-bed cabin disappears, thus overlooking a sitting room on the galley in front.

Lower deck lounge

Swan Arrow – Motorization and performance

Since this is a concept, not all data have been released yet. As of now, in fact, information regarding the performance of the new Swan Arrow is well limited, but two distinct engine options are certainly planned. In a first case, in fact, pushing the Arrow up to 30 knots will be two engines of 1,000 horsepower each. For those who want more power, a third 1,000-horsepower engine can be added: total? 40 knots.

Swan Arrow
Swan Arrow

Swan Arrow – Data Sheet

Length Over All (LOA) 23.20 m
Baglio Massimo (B.max) 6.90 m
No-load displacement 43,000 kg
Motorization 2x 1000 hp

3x 1000 hp

Maximum Speed 30 kn

40 kn

Cabins 2 / 3 (+ crew)
Beds 4 / 6 (+ crew)
Design Jarkko Jamsén
Yard / Contacts www.swanshadow.net/

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