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SHAMANNA, the 115 FD Nautor Swan, is a high-performance sailing yacht that boasts both luxurious comfort and effortless regatta-winning performance, combined with the unmatched elegance characteristic of Nautor Swan and German Frers. The yacht's composite construction is remarkable, with a foam-cored carbon fiber epoxy-reinforced construction from a female mold for the hull laminate. SHAMANNA’s instruments and navigation software are state-of-the art B&G H5000 with MaxSea Time Zero respectively.
SHAMANNA's most recent refit is set to bring an array of updates and upgrades, both mechanical and cosmetic. Her main works include a full paint job, full mast service and paint, service to all sail-handling cylinders, full NDT and certification of all high-load fittings, full service to her main engine, gearbox and generators, removal and service of all winches and deck hardware and so much more.
SHAMANNA has received recognition as a 2017 finalist at both the Showboats Design Awards for best naval architecture and the 2017 Sailing Yacht International Superyacht Society Awards for best sailboat 24m-40m. She is no stranger to the winner's circle. In 2022, the yacht came in first place in her class at the Maxi Rolex Regatta in Porto Cervo. In 2017, she achieved second place in her class at the Loro Piana Regatta. The same year, she also won first place in the Superyacht category and came in sixth in IRC at the Caribbean 600. In 2016, at the Swan World Cup, the yacht placed fifth overall and was ahead of other sister ships that were fully equipped for racing, based on corrected time.
SHAMANNA's welcoming interior features a dining table with room for eight to starboard and a lounging area to port with a comfortable U-shaped sofa around a low wooden coffee table. The main areas are naturally divided by the keel box which is intricately covered in elegant leather. Aft of the salon is the galley, boasting a well-appointed layout with a small island allowing the chef and crew free movement. A neat partition to dining area can be opened or closed upon guests' request for privacy. The state-of-the-art Miele appliances make meal preparation onboard a breeze.
SHAMANNA welcomes up to 10 guests in four beautiful staterooms. Her Scandinavian-style interior is modern, light and bright and the hull windows in each cabin allow a wonderful flow of natural light. The spacious owner's suite is forward with a centerline king-size bed and a generous en-suite bathroom with a steam bath. To port, aft of the salon, is a double-bed VIP cabin with an en-suite bathroom and the twin-size guest cabins are forward of the salon. Both cabins on either side of the hall are mirror images of each other, with folding Pullman berths if needed. The sailing yacht welcomes five crewmembers in three aft cabins.
The Swan 115's exceptional German Frers design boasts a flush deck, high volume and sleek, elegant lines with envious performance on the water. The aft deck allows easy access to the swim platform and is a popular area for sunchairs and lounging beanbags. The twin helms give an excellent view forward and all sail controls are within arm's reach and at the touch of a button. The crew cockpit has an efficient layout, whether short-handed cruising or fully crewed racing. Forward of the helm and work areas are two comfortable sunpads and the guest cockpit. Twin cockpit tables with comfortable sofas sit eight comfortably for alfresco dining. An easily deployable boom-Bimini offers shade over the whole aft half of SHAMANNA when desired. SHAMANNA's teak foredeck is vast and uncluttered, while her transom folds down hydraulically to create a large swim platform. There is a deck shower and easy access to the many water toys stored in the enormous lazarette.
|Model||Swan 115 FB|
|Length (LOA)||115' 11" (35.05m)|
|Draft||18' 10" (5.75m)|
|Location||Palma de Mallorca, Spain|
|Classification||MCA LY3 + Germ. Lloyd 100 A5 - S/Y.|
|LOA||115' 11" (35.05m)|
|LWL||107' 8" (32.84m)|
|Min Draft||11' 7" (3.55m)|
|Max Draft||18' 10" (5.75m)|
|Fuel Tank||1,452 g (5,500 L)|
|Fresh Water||792 g (3,000 L)|
|Holding Tank||1,452 g (5,495 L)|
|Ext. Designer||German Frers|
|Max Speed||12 Knots|
|Cruising Speed||10 Knots|
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SHAMANNA is the second of Nautor Swan’s flagship 115 Series and arguably the best all round, a true sailor’s yacht. Commissioned by an experienced Swan owner, SHAMANNA ticks all the boxes be they private cruising, charter or picking up trophies at international superyacht regattas.
SHAMANNA is Nautor Swans’ ultimate performance-cruiser and offers luxurious accommodation for up to ten guests in four cabins with the master cabin forward and crew aft.
The hull laminate is a foam-cored carbon fibre epoxy-reinforced construction from a female mould. A high proportion of the fibres are unidirectional resulting in a stiff structure.
The hull shell is a Sprint/Pre-preg carbon fibre foam sandwich construction, vacuumed and cured at a minimum of 70°C. The core is M-grade Corecell™ San foam, with high density for the more loaded areas.
The stiffeners and structural bulkheads are made of carbon sprint SE70 Prepreg. The bulkheads own a foam core. All openings and cutouts are surrounded by carbon reinforcements.
The chain plates are composite using epoxy resin and unidirectional carbon fibre straps laid over stainless steel bushings.
The main deck is constructed in a carbon fibre SPRINT/pre-preg sandwich construction with Corecell™ core. Coach roof and coamings are of a carbon fibre SPRINT/pre-preg sandwich construction with Corecell™ core. The high-density core is located in way of deck fittings.
SHAMANNA’S decks are 12MM x 75 mm teak with black caulking.
A four-spreader black high modulus carbon fibre mast for offshore cruising with removable inner forestay and running backstays. The spreaders are backswept for ease of handling.
I 44.42 m Fore triangle 296.5 m²
J 13.35 m Main Sail 356 m²
P 43.50 m Jib 303.8 m²
E 13.60 m Asymmetric spinnaker 630 m²
The Park Avenue boom is carbon fibre with slab reefing system for three reefs.
Hydraulic outhaul track and car, lazy jacks, a double grove on both sides for mainsail cover and sun awning.
Bowsprit, A type, made of carbon fibre and removable with sheaves for tack lines.
North Sails Racing Wardrobe:
Square Top Race Mainsail
Code 0.65 (A0)
- Check stays are upgraded from Aramid to EC6
- Top down furlers for spinnakers
- Optimized and reconstructed Bowsprit
Cruising Sails Wardrobe:
North Pintop mainsail
Cruising code 0
New North top-down furling Helix Gennaker’ (2023)
Reckmann Hydraulic jib Furler with carbon foil with buttons at the helm.
Reckmann Code 0 Furler.
Reckmann Staysail furler, hydraulic
All hydraulic winches are powered from a main ring.
Two Harken B1135.3 STASA primary winches on the cockpit coaming
Two Harken B1135.3 STASA secondary winches on the cockpit coaming
Four Harken B1130.3 STASA winches near the mast
Mainsheet Captive winch, Harken 9T.
Two Harken Runner winches.
Anchor, Chain and Windlass
A Muir VR4500 vertical model installed in the anchor locker, remote control. The Anchor arm actuator mechanism is in titanium instead of Stainless.
Maxwell 4500 pop-up mooring winch on the starboard bow.
One 156 kg, CQR-type anchor Re-galvanised 2023
One Fortress FX-125 second
120 m 14 mm galvanized high-tensile anchor chain, new 2023
120 m 25 mm plaited nylon anchor line
Harken hard anodized aluminium tracks for main sheet, working jib, and staysail with Harken custom cars and stoppers. The main sheet track is recessed.
Class-approved hull windows bathe the interior in natural light. Two in the owner’s cabin, one in each guest cabin, four in the saloon, one in each crew cabin, and one in the galley. The hull windows have a clear view of 250 mm x 900 mm. All hull windows will have electrical roller blinds.
Floorboard construction in carbon fibre in crew area, galley and navigation area, 107Kg weight savings.
Accommodation - 4 en-suite cabins for owners and guests.
Forward is the spacious, full beam owner’s cabin with a large en-suite bathroom complete with a steam bath.
2x Guests, twin cabins with inboard Pullmans. Both cabins on either side of the hall are mirror images of each other. Every cabin has a hull window.
A double-bedded VIP cabin on the port side, aft of the salon, en-suite bathroom, all to exacting style as the other cabins. One hull window in this cabin for natural light.
Coming down the companionway, into the salon we see on starboard the dining table with seating for eight persons, and on the port side the lounging area with comfortable sofas. The keel box that is elegantly covered with leather naturally divides these two main areas.
The Crew area aft has its own separate companionway. A dinette, adjacent to the galley and engine room entrance. Three cabins for 5x crew. The area is functional and is styled very much in line with the yacht’s interior. The galley entrance can be left open or partitioned off depending on guests’ preference.
The galley is starboard-aft with doorways to the salon and Crew/ Navigation area.
Scania 450 Hp - DI13 070M with Hundestedt variable pitch screw propeller.
Sound & noise: The design brief was strict on low noise target levels.
During anchor/harbour conditions with, generator and air conditioning running at 80%, the levels are: Owners cabin 44 dB (A) / Forward guest cabin 46 Db (A) / Saloon 46 dB (A) /Aft Guest Cabins 46 dB (A). Values are approx. 8 Db higher when running under normal conditions.
The steering system is a twin rudder and twin wheel sprocket and a chain system with steel cables, 4 turns H.O. to H.O. The steering cables are independently connected to the rudder.
Isotop carbon fibre/epoxy rudders with a sacrificial tip and weed deflectors. Rudders are supported by self-aligning JP3 bearings.
Steering wheels are Nautor designed and 1400 mm, 3-spoked carbon composite wheels that can be disengaged. The helmsman can adjust the platform he stands on to max. 25 Degrees.
No grey water is drained directly overboard, all is collected in the grey water tanks.
Ventilation & Climate Control
Forced ventilation for all cabins via a central system with speed-controlled inlet and extraction fans. Special attention is paid to avoid the bathroom and galley smells in the cockpit and aft deck area. Inlet filters are easily accessible.
The supply air provides fresh “make-up” air to accommodation spaces. The exhaust air outlets are located in each bathroom and in the galley. Valves on supply and exhaust air ensure a balanced and well-working ventilation system.
The engine room ventilation inlet and outlet ducts are fitted with water traps and remote-controlled fire dampers.
A Condaria waterborne central cooling/heating system, 144.000 Btu, 230/400 V AC 50 Hz is for the entire accommodation. The system is designed to operate in Mediterranean and Caribbean climate conditions. AC filters are accessible for routine maintenance. The capacities are laid out so that fans can run at low speed, with less sound.
The electrical system is designed for generator or shore power running and emphasis was given to good accessibility.
The 230/400 V system is fed by the diesel generators or shore power inlet and has a PLC-controlled power shedding system. Split bus type system.
Two 2 x Fischer Panda 32KvA generators
(Brand new on order and delivered/installed October 2023)
A total of 7 Mastervolt Mass Combi Ultra charger/inverters, charging individually the various batteries and taking into account the emergency situation.
The Mastervolt Mass Combi Ultra charger/inverters convert 24 V DC to 230 V single-phase AC 50 Hz. Also, for the various consumers.
Magnus SP100 40kva
The consumed AC power is monitored by a PLC and shown on a display in crew mess area. When more power than available is used, the system will automatically manage loads and control the loads according to a priority list. Available power from shore can be set, in order to prevent tripped circuit breakers on the dock. The system control is integrated with the PTO-powered hydraulic pumps on the diesel generators.
A B&G H3000 autopilot system with one GPD control unit on each steering console and one GPD at the navigation area.
An individual 24V Marsili/Rexroth power pack applying twin Rexroth low friction cylinders.
2.9 m long carbon fibre retractable gangway on the starboard side.
A carbon fibre lightweight bathing ladder is stored in the dinghy garage.
A full canvas package.
A Silva 5” magnetic steering compasses at each steering console.
Digital gyrocompass system Sperry marine Navigate X Mk2 will be used as the sole heading source for the autopilot, the radar, and other navigational instruments requiring accurate heading information.
B&G Halcyon Gyro stabilized compass as backup compass for sailing instruments.
Jeppesen C-MAP Mega Wide Area Charts for MaxSea Time Zero & Furuno NavNet.
The EPIRB / McMurdo G-5-M, with a built-in GPS and manual release bracket. In case of emergency, it sends a radio signal with a homing beacon along with its current position.
The McMurdo S4 Rescue SART / a 9GHz X-band Radar transceiver for assisting air/sea ship or survival craft rescue operations. When a radar signal is received from a ship or aircraft, the SART Rescue unit automatically transmits a response signal, which clearly identifies the survival craft on the radar screen by means of a stream of 12 in-line dots.
B&G Hercules H5000 Main processor B&G H5000 Graphic displays, B&G Expansion processor B&G Halcyon processor unit. There are two B&G H 5000 Graphical Function. One B&G Graphical Pilot Display (GPD) is located on each steering console. There are four 40x40 B&G Graphical Function Displays at the mast.
Two B&G Graphical Function Display (GFD) are located at the nav. Station, one additional GFD on each steering console, and one in the captain’s cabin.
One B&G Graphical Pilot Display (GPD) is located on each steering console.
Four 40 / 40 B&G GF Displays at the mast.
The B&G system can display the depth as Forward depth and Aft depth.
Wind sensor at masthead.
The B&G sensor system can display: Backstay pressure / Forestay pressure / Boom vang pressure / Outhaul pressure / Jib halyard pressure / Cunningham pressure / Inner forestay pressure /⋅ Forestay length adjuster position. All details are available.
A Furuno GP-330B GPS/WAAS receiver is used as the main navigator for: Furuno NavNet 3D /radar/chart plotting system
Navigation software MaxSea Time Zero Explorer running on Dell computer
Brookes & Gatehouse sailing instruments
Brookes & Gatehouse autopilot system
A backup Furuno GP-33 GPS/WAAS receiver is providing information to B&G sailing instruments, VHF DSC radio, MaxSea navigation software.
Radar: Furuno DRS4D 4kW 24” ray dome 36nm enclosed type scanner is connected to the Furuno NavNet 3D system.
A Furuno NavNet TZT radar/chart plotting system with operator stations at the navigation area and steering consoles.
At the helm station: one multifunction display 14.1”, Furuno Navnet TZT14.
Navigation software, MaxSea TimeZero Explorer is integrated with the Furuno NavNet TZT system and installed on the Dell computer.
Weather and Navtex systems.
A dual frequency Navtex receiver, Furuno NX300.
AIS: Furuno FA-150 IMO connected to the Furuno NavNet 3D and MaxSea navigation system.
VHF radio Simrad RS-35 at the nav. station with wireless handset Simrad HS35 and intercom, at the helm.
Two GMDSS handheld VHF units Simrad AX50 for both, onboard and emergency use.
Fleet Broadband 500 satellite telephone system, connected to the Dell computer for internet and for sending and receiving e-mails.
Cell phone system: connected to the Dell computer for Internet and for sending and receiving e-mail.
Brands used are: Apple Media system plays FM radio and music and Bose Lifestyle 535 home entertainment system with Bose subwoofer and surround sound speakers. Denon receivers.
iPod docking stations throughout the interior.
Brands used are Samsung, 6 and 4 series.
Music and video streaming using Mac mini, Apple TV and iPod Touch. All iPods are configured for streaming using the boat’s internal network.
Williams Sportjet 400 Tender
Water skies, wakeboards
Sups / canoe
15 x fire extinguishers
2 x fire suits
2 x B/A sets
2 x B/A cylinders
40 x Lifejackets
3 x liferaft Xtm 8p + 3 x HRU
15 x immersion suits
2 x Jonbuoy COVER
2 x EPIRBs
1 x SART
Flares + line throwers
Hull & Deck:
Full paint re-spray in Awl Grip flag blue (Topsides, superstructure, Hatches, bowsprit, passarelle).
Re-spray of Mast.
Sanding of Decks and replacement of margin boards around hatches.
New sprayhood with metal work modification.
Reupholstering of all cockpit cushions & new covers.
Removal and deep clean/Service + hydraulic service of all winches on board (Winch Works).
Rudder removal for bearing overhaul.
Thruster to be removed and overhauled.
Navigation screens at helm stations upgraded to the latest touchscreen technology.
Rebuild of Fischer Panda generators with reconditioned engines with view to swap out with new Fischer Panda units on order.
Interior floorboards throughout the boat & exterior cockpit tables are being stripped back fully and re-built with 12 coats of varnish.
Full service and refurbishment of ALL engineering systems on board.
Upgrading the entertainment system with 2 x New Smart TVs & Sonos Sound system throughout the boat.
SHAMANNA has received the following recognition:
Showboats Design Awards 2017 FINALIST - Best Naval Architecture – Sailing Yacht
International Superyacht Society Awards 2017 FINALIST - Best Sailboat 24m - 40m
2022 – Porto Cervo – 1st In Class Maxi Rolex Regatta
2017 – Loro Piana 2017 – 2nd in her class
2017 - Caribbean 600 – 1st Superyacht and 6th in IRC – Z.
2016 – Swan World Cup – 5th overall and on corrected time, ahead of sister ships that are full on race boats.
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