It falls into the Cruising range and it was designed to sail far and wide over the oceans. This is the new Swan 80RS.
From the beginning all the hulls that left the Finnish shipyard of Pietrasaari stood out for the level of construction and ability to face the oceans (winner of the first Whitbread Round the World Race, the round the world crew was a Swan 65, Sayula II) but the Swan 80RS provides important solutions that make it more comfortable for long voyages with the cockpit, which protects the wheelhouse, the increased capacity of the tank for the auxiliary engine, the engine room full beam for easier inspection and maintenance of facilities and storage area with higher load capacity. Signed by German Frers, the new Swan 80RS offers a living room with an incredible view of the exterior as well as the cabin and the three guest cabins. The interiors are in oak and extremely bright thanks to a series of windows on the sides of the hull and numerous hatches on deck.