Swan Shadow


Nautor Swan is known to the world of sailing for its high performance racing yachts and performance cruising Swans. Today, Nautor pushes its brand’s limits by entering the motoryacht segment with a new powerboat, Swan Shadow.

Born from the passion that Leonardo Ferragamo has for the marine world, the Swan Shadow broadens the range of vessels the Finnish yard offers to its customers, perfectly aligned with the core elements of its brand DNA: Performance, Quality, Elegance.

These core elements, and the values of design and innovation deeply rooted in Nautor’s heritage, are also at the base of the concept of Swan Shadow, destined to become a timeless icon.

The new model marks the completion of the Nautor Swan portfolio and product lineup with a multipurpose motoryacht concept able to meet Nautor’s customer needs, and capable of reaching a top speed of 50 knots.

“For so many years we’ve been thinking about launching a power boat, but we always resisted this temptation until we really felt we had something really special and unique to present. And this is what is happening with Swan Shadow. She is full of the ingredients we believe in, and we are confident that we are going to make an important statement in the power yacht world”. Leonardo Ferragamo, President.


“The Nautor Swan heritage and the Design DNA of their vessels were already well known to me and the team, having worked on the design of the ClubSwan 50 previously in collaboration with Nautor and Juan K.

We understood the main design features to carry over from the Swan performance racing yachts and incorporated into this power boat design. This is a leap to a different product category to what Nautor is accustomed to, and a lot of thought also went into thinking about the lifestyle and the different uses cases for these vessels. Together we wanted to create something sporty and fun, without compromising on the elegance customers have grown to expect from a Swan.

Performance is an equally important part of Nautor’s heritage, and this needs to be factored in when designing the product. We have different options in the range from a short and light-weight T-top to a more substantial, convertible Limousine tender. We also use a bolt-on system on deck that allows for multiple different furniture layouts. With this type of a versatile design, we rely heavily on computational fluid dynamics simulation (CFD) to optimise the performance in all of the various product configurations.”

JARKKO JÄMSÉN, Swan Shadow Designer



There are several innovative elements in the design, all aimed at enhancing the experience for the Owner.

Nautor’s Design DNA is built on a strong heritage and Swan Shadow has to meet the expectations of a clientele accustomed to luxury and performance sailing yachts. The design of Shadow incorporates features that customers might generally expect to see in larger full-custom or semi-custom yachts, features that are not too common in 40-foot powerboats.

One of these features is a movable aft platform, transforming a visually simple design from a fixed platform to a swim platform or a passarelle. The adoption of a movable platform allows better access to the water when enjoying watersports, or easier access to the dock when the vessel is used as a tender.

Another design feature is the addition of optional telescopic roof pillars and moving glass panels to create a convertible cabin. This allows the boat to be used either fully open or closed for privacy and comfort during bad weather.

This vessel is primarily addressed to the more discerning Owners of motor yachts or sailing yachts who are looking for a tender to their main vessels.

In addition, Swan Shadow has been conceived to easily accommodate an overnight or weekend trip to the archipelago. In keeping with the original aim of versatility and focusing on user experience, the layout also fits an additional crew cabin in the bow.



The Swan Shadow features a unique walkaround deck plan with no steps, for experiencing and enjoying the spaces in complete safety. A smart bolt-on system allows for several different optional deck layouts. The design is centred around these optional layouts, allowing the owner to select the best suited option according to their personal lifestyle.

The position of the three outboard engines, from 250 to 350 HP, embedded in the aft platform extends the livable area on deck, and the open stern gives a sensation of closeness to the water, perfectly suited for a boat designed to enjoy the very best of the sea.

Roof options range from a shorter T-Top to an extended Long Top that allows more protection from the elements.

Generous storage is built in under deck, and additional topside bags can be selected to offer more storage volume under the bulwark, allowing handy and safe access to gear while cruising.

Multi-use functionality





Additional storage units available
for storing ropes etc. under the bulwark.


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The interior has been designed to ensure maximum comfort and style onboard, offering accommodation for either shorter day trips or longer cruises. The forward cabin is ideally suited for a couple. An additional crew cabin can be installed in the bow to complement the cabin capacity.

The interior styling follows the timeless and classic style of Nautor Swan interiors, representing a pared-down design and simplified approach that focuses on the essential: carefully designed and well-executed spaces created using top quality materials. 


Length overall – LOA13,2 m – 43.4 ft
Length waterline – LWL10,70 m – 35.10 ft
Beam4,3 m – 14.10 ft
Draft below Props0,86 m – 2.82 ft
Weight5.800 KG – 12.786 LB
Passengers 10 in Cat. B – 18 in Cat. C
Berths2 (with Optional Front Cabin 2+1)
Fuel capacity950 l (250 Gal)
Water capacity130 l (34.3 Gal)
CE ClassificationB10 – C18
Max Speed Range STD37 Knots
Standard Outboard Engines3 x 250 HP
Optional Outboard Engines3 x 250 – 3 x 300 – 3 x 350 HP
Hull DesignTwin stepped V 20° Hull

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