Nautor's Swan 601-02

The Overview


The Swan 601 is a high-performance sailing yacht – very light for her size and designed to sail at high speeds. She embodies the Nautor’s Swan vision of a top-class IRC design Racer/Cruiser. She utilizes the most advanced building techniques and materials, without compromising on the classic lines and beautifully crafted interiors, which are associated with every Swan built.  

Wohpe has been carefully designed both in terms of deck layout, exterior finish and interior details to provide a striking looking boat which races competitively under IRC as well as providing a comfortable home whilst cruising (and racing) offshore. Primary and mainsheet winches are electric powered. 

The extensive use of carbon fibre in her structure makes this model particularly stiff for her weight and capable of outstanding performance.  

The result is a truly competitive yacht without the restrictions of stripped out racers that make few concessions to cruising comfort. She was designed to be both raced and cruised short-handed as required. The owner has enjoyed very close racing with excellent results in the 2008 Swan Maxi Cup circuit in the Med and has also completed an ARC with non-sailing friends on board.  

Racing History 

2006 winners of class in Atlantic Rally for Cruisers Invitation Cruising division 

2007 Current Swan European Champions 

2008 Trofeo Aurora first in Swan Maxi and winner overall 

2008 Capri second in Swan Maxi Class 

2008 Giraglia first in Swan Maxi Class 

2008 Rolex Swan Cup – second in Swan Maxi class and second over all 

2008 second in class IRC0 Copa del Rey, Mallorca 


Currently lying in Monaco, Wohpe is available for inspection by appointment.


The Spec

Manufacturer &
Nautor's Swan 601-02
Year: 2004
Length: 18.35m
Beam: 4.73m
Draft: 3.60m
Price: €800,000 Vat Paid
Hull Material: Composite
Location: Port of Fontvieille, Monaco


The details of this vessel are in good faith but we cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.