Go sailing right away
with this fully refitted high-performance cruiser.
S/Y Juliana was built in 1995 by Nautor’s Swan shipyard in Finland, and designed by naval architect German Frers. She is an outstanding blue water cruising yacht with racing pedigree that offers excellent sailing in all conditions.
She benefits of the elegant double cockpit layout and a spacious interior with four guest cabins for up to 10 guests. During the vessel’s construction at shipyard, a thoughtful enhancement was introduced by extending its aft section to gain more space, and a retractable bathing platform was added which allows easy entry at any time. This Nautor’s Swan is both suited as private and charter yacht. Ideal for short – handed cruising with high volume, but also capable of sailing with excellent performances.
A unique opportunity to get out sailing right away, on a top-of-the-line and fully refitted high-performance cruiser.
S/Y Juliana is currently located in Barcelona and is available for a viewing at any time.
|LOA:||21.31 m||Built:||1995||Guests:||10 + 2 Crew|
|Beam:||5.42 m||Hull:||Solid single skin FRP||Cabins:||4 + 1 Crew|
|Draft:||3.40 m||Engine:||Perkins Sabre Turbo Diesel/ 225HP from 2018||Displacement:||Approx. 40 t|
The cabin interior has a rich, sober, classic look with extensive use of satin varnish – finished teak veneers. Floorboards are teak faced plywood and the headliners are upholstered in vinyl, featuring teak infills between panels. The saloon settee is upholstered in soft, light – colored leather and offers a great range of comfort and functionality to hang out with friends and family. The spacious galley is equipped with all amenities for long and short passages. The full-beam master cabin features additional sound proof insulation panelling fitted below cabin sole level. All berths are fitted with lee cloths or custom made removable lee boards.
JULIANA is a solid single-skin FRP masthead-rigged sloop, characterized by a striking blue hull adorned with a double white boot top line and a tasteful gold coveline. The hull design features a round bilge with raked stem and counter stern with an L-shaped fin keel securely attached to a stubby GRP fin that is integrally moulded to the hull. The superstructure is white with blue accent lines. Large steering helm with beautifully varnished wheel to give the boats’s driver a more natural control and less challenging steering. The GRP deck is of sandwich construction and laid with solid teak decking bonded to the structural deck without the use of mechanical fasteners. The mast is stepped through the deck onto a metal mast step with movable shoe for mast rake adjustment. She is even fitted with two removable grinders for ambitious regatta sailors.
The Swan 68′ features a spacious and well-designed double cockpit layout, offering comfort and functionality for both cruising and racing purposes. Steering is provided by a 70‘‘ stainless steel wheel mounted on a pedestal, with all instruments at hand. Under the seating you will find the access to the storage aft on starboard and space for the gas bottles on port. Additional seating to port and starboard in front of the steering pedestal, protected by a bimini. Between the two cockpits you will find the traveller, a big hatch (master cabin) and two removable grinders. The second cockpit features a foldable, recently varnished cockpit table, providing seating for eight to ten persons, protected by sprayhood and a bimini. Access to lower deck is from second cockpit. The slightly extended stern features a hydraulically operated bathing platform.
JULIANA features four-cabin layout with 10 berth, plus two crew cabins below decks. All cabins have ensuite heads, which include wash basin, shower and marine toilet. The specious aft cabin, designed as the “Master cabin” with a queen sized bed and en-suite head with separate shower is located at the aft. Forward to starboard there is the “Captains cabin” with two bunk beds, a day head and shower next to the nav station. A fully equipped galley at aft port side and charts table on starboard. The ample saloon is amidships, with L-shape sofa, saloon table and chairs on port, settee and table to starboard to enjoy the opposite located TV. Forward to the bow two forward cabins, positioned on the starboard and port side. Both cabins are furnished with two lower queen berths and upper Pullman berths and each have en-suite bathroom. Starboard guest cabin shares the bathroom with the forward crew cabin. V berth Crew cabin is located at the bow for additional convenience and is accessed from the foredeck hatch or via the starboard guest cabin heads. The cabin is presently used as a storage area.