Italian studio Nauta Design is currently in the final phases for three yachts that are already sold and under construction. Discover them together!
The Reichel/Pugh-Nauta 100′ is completed in the Cape Town sheds of Southern Wind Shipyard. Launch for this yacht- with naval architecture penned by Reichel/Pugh Yacht Design and Nauta Design general concept, exterior and interior design- is scheduled for September 2020.
This custom project was created for an owner who is an expert yachtsman and wanted a performance-oriented yacht for competing in the most prestigious international regattas that could also offer an excellent on board lifestyle. For this project we combined a modern and aggressive look with safety and comfort for a truly intriguing performance cruiser.
Southern Wind 105GT
The Southern Wind 105GT with Farr Yacht Design naval architecture and Nauta Design for the exterior and interior design is the latest result in the long and winning collaboration between Nauta Design, Farr Y.D. and the South African shipyard. The Nauta-SWS collaboration has been on-going for twenty years and that has produced over forty yachts that range from 78′ to 110′-for a grand total of almost 4,000′ L.O.A.
The SW105GT will be launched in spring 2021 and features an all-new deck design that is as innovative as it is modern. Its lines recall Gran Turismo race cars that are designed for high performance over long distances, just like this yacht is. Hence its project name: SW105GT.
The Reichel/Pugh-Nauta 151′, with Reichel/Pugh Yacht Design naval architecture and Nauta Design general concept, exterior and interior design is currently under construction at Royal Huisman and is Nauta’s first collaboration with the world-famous Dutch shipyard.
Designed for exploring the world while providing the owner and guests with the highest quality and most comfortable lifestyle, featuring a very lightweight construction for being competitive in the international regattas, this 46m cruiser-racer sloop is built in aluminum and carbon fibre and has all the latest technology including a Panamax carbon fibre mast built by Rondal.