Southern Wind Shipyard launched Seawave, the fourth hull in the successful SW 102 mini-series, in the wake of her sister ship Farfalla’s great success – she has just received an award at the 2015 edition of the World Superyacht Awards for the “Quality & Value” of the project.
Seawave measures 104ft and flaunts an airy open-space saloon with bright panoramic windows on the coach roof. The interior layout features the owner’s cabin afore and crew area to the aft, and is fitted out in horizontal Closed Grain Teak, with ivory linen on the bulkheads to give all spaces a warm, classical feel. In contrast to the layout of Farfalla, Seawave also features a spacious studio amidships, which separates the main saloon from the owner’s private quarters.
Thanks to the unfailing brilliance of Farr Yacht Design (Naval architecture) and Nauta Design (Concept, Interior & Exterior Italian design), this SW102 is a perfect expression of the yard’s ability to build high performance, luxury and comfortable yachts.
Seawave leaves Cape Town for the Med, where she will officially be presented as a world premiere at both the Cannes Yachting Festival and Monaco Yacht Show in September.
View photo gallery here. Photos: Rob Kamhoot (Nautique), courtesy of Southern Wind Shipyard.