• 23.1902 m
  • 2006
  • Monaco, France
  • 2 900 000 €


SY Silandra V is a custom long-range performance cruiser developed by Luca Brenta and built at the Nautor's Swan Factory in Finland.  She is truly unique, featuring an impressive array of innovations that combine to create the perfect cruising yacht with competitive racing potential.

Launched in 2006 and refitted in late 2012, SILANDRA V is a classic blue-water cruiser, her smooth motion and gentle manner mean that she is ideal to take her owner on long passages in comfort by being meanwhile a fast cruiser-racer, offering luxurious sailing for passionate sailors and discerning guests.

Her sandwich hull is built using carbon and aramid fibres to achieve a strong and rigid construction. The hydraulic high tech lifting keel reduces draft to only 2.65m while in the down position, reaches 4.47m allowing both impressive upwind performance and stability and access to the most secluded and sheltered waters.

She accommodate up to 6 guests in 3 suits. She is also capable of carrying up to 3 crew on-board to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience.

SILANDRA V offers:
- Comfortable cruiser with modern styling
- Large internal volumes due to raised saloon
- Light displacement being an all carbon boat
- Easy sail handling through hydraulic and sail handling automation
- Long range capability, reliable due to system duplications

  • Basic Information
  • Dimensions
  • Speed / Weight
  • Accomodations
  • Hull & Deck
  • Engine Information
  • Builder: NAUTOR'S SWAN
  • Category: Cruising/Racing Sailboat
  • Model: Nautor Swan Luca Brenta design
  • Model Year: 2006
  • YearBuilt: 2006
  • Year Refit: 2011
  • Refit Type: N/A
  • Tax Paid: VAT Paid
  • Country: France
  • Registration #: N/A
  • Coast Guard #: N/A
  • Vessel Top: Open
  • Fly Bridge: No
  • Cockpit: No
  • Helipad: No
  • Accomodations: Guest SR/S: 4/8 - Crew R/B/S: 1/2/2
  • LOA: 76' 2" (23.19m)
  • LWL: 68' 6" (20.85m)
  • LOD: --
  • Beam: 18' 7" (5.64m)
  • Min Draft: 8' 9" (2.64m)
  • Max Draft: 14' 9" (4.47m)
  • Clearance: --
  • MFG Length: --
  • Cruise Speed: 10 Knots
  • Cruise Speed RPM: --
  • Cruise Speed Range: --
  • Max Speed: 11 Knots
  • Max Speed RPM: --
  • Max Speed Range: --
  • Displacement: 34 Tonne
  • Gross Tonnage: 34 Ton
  • Water Capacity: 960 Liters
  • Holding Tank: --
  • Fuel Capacity: 2,850 Liters
  • Fuel Consumption: --
  • Berths: 8
  • Heads: N/A
  • Sleeps: 8
  • State Rooms: 4
  • Crew Berths: 2
  • Crew Sleeps: 2
  • Crew Heads: N/A
  • Captains Quarters: No
  • Hull ID: N/A
  • Hull Material: GRP
  • Deck Material: Carbon Fiber
  • Hull Configuration: N/A
  • Project Manager: N/A
  • Hull Designer: Luca Brenta
  • Hull Color: Metallic Silver
  • Hull Finish: N/A
  • Exterior Designer: Luca Brenta
  • Interior Designer: Luca Brenta
  • Manufacturer: Volvo
  • Model: D3-110 5 cylinder 81kW
  • Engine Count: Twin
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Fuel Type: Diesel


Silandra V is a custom Nautor designed by Luca Brenta who has designed for Wally Benetti, CBN, B Yachts, Maxi Dolphin and Vitters among many others...

Luca Brenta nurtured his passion for yacht design since he was a child when accompanied his father to oversee the construction of the family boat. 
His father, passionate about boats, kept a drafting table at home so that he could sketch his ideas. Luca would return from school and promptly erase them in favor of his own designs. The passion passed from father to son.
But while the initiation from his father may have planted the seed, it was building the first boat, Babaloo, that nurtured the growth. It was constructed of C-flex – a ‘first’ in Italy – and Brenta gained hands-on experience working alongside the masters in the shipyard.

Having a strong aesthetic sense, Brenta complains that often the external architecture of a boat has no connection with the interior’s, created by an interior decorator because they have an approach for the interior typical of a house, instead of a nautical approach.

Brenta immerses himself in technical research, reducing every aspect to the simplest detail, he is known for his handling of the essentials, the fundamentals and the simplicity of the boats he design, few details but very well made has been his guide.

The hull is of sandwich construction built over a male mold using pre-preg glass/aramid hybrid fiber reinforced epoxy laminate for the outer skin and a glass/carbon hybrid fiber reinforced epoxy laminate on the inner skin. Core-Cell P-Grade core material  to be used. Structural bulkheads are of Core-Cell P-Grade cored carbon or glass pre-preg construction glued and laminated to hull and deck.The hull will be faired and painted with  AWLGRIP.

The ballast bulb is lead casting with antimony and attached to a steel fin. The keel can be hydraulically raised with custom made cylinders by approx. 1,8 m from a maximum draft of 4,5 m. It is locked in either raised or lowered position by a manually operated locking system.

Foam filled carbon fiber/epoxy skins with tubular carbon fiber stock, supported by two self-aligning bearings.

Sprocket and chain steering gear sheaves provided with guards to prevent jamming. Lightweight aluminum steering quadrant bolted to rudder-stock. Two 41" (1.05 m) destroyer type composite wheels, 4.0 turns H.O to H.O. Composite emergency tiller.

MaxPower retractable bow thrusters
Topsides painted metallic silver with black boot top and cove stripe
Black anti-fouling 
Swim platform operated by fixed and remote control 
Coach-roof windows of laminated, tinted security glass

Lazerette with Bauer diving compressor and 3 dive tanks + pony bottle

4x Propane gas tanks
200 L stainless steel petrol tank

The lazerette is fitted with electrical shore connections and dock water shore connections as well as a hot and cold water deck shower
Transom door seals pneumatically to prevent water ingress

Main deck, coach-roof and coamings are of carbon fiber pre-preg sandwich construction with Core-Cell core P-Grade and glued to the hull. High-density core under deck fittings. Local carbon fibre reinforcements will be laminated into the outer and inner skin.

Laid teak 50 x 12 mm nominal thickness with Sikaflex or equivalent elastomeric sealant on side decks, coamings and cockpit sole glued and vacuum bagged without screws. Integral toe rail with 4 built in fairleads per side. All glass fiber surfaces to be painted with AWLGRIP.

Two primary Harken B990 STH hydraulic winches on the cockpit coaming.
Two secondary Harken B990 STEH electric winches on the cockpit coaming.
Four Harken B65 STH hydraulic halyard/topping lift / preventer winches near the mast.
One Harken B990 STH hydraulic mainsheet winch on bridge deck.
One Harken B65 STH hydraulic utility winch on bridge deck.

Lewmar L3000 hydraulic windlass recessed in fore deck. System to allow  stowage of anchor below deck with the use of a manually operated carbon arm.

Spinlock Jammers and stoppers. Tracks Harken or Antal.Tracks for working jib with custom cars and stoppers. Block in front of tracks for jib track towing line.

Pulpit, pushpit and lifeline stanchions 680 mm high of stainless steel (removable). Spacing conforming to ORC requirements. Stainless lifelines with polished turnbuckles and eyes.

Tinted custom Nautor composite deck hatches, flush-mounted with white frames. Companionways sliding hatches of tinted acrylic and vertically sliding door with white gelcoat finish. All hinged hatches are supported by gas cylinders. Coachroof windows to be of laminated  tinted security glass, with UV-protection.

Joinery work is done in accordance with the best yacht practice, using first grade materials. Selected teak with hand rubbed satin finish is used for all visible woodwork. Polished carbon fiber and white painted panels might be used in combination with teak veneer on bulkheads.

Lightweight foam cored floorboards with laid teak veneer. Teak top face with holly inserts.

All openable deck hatches are fitted with manual roller blinds and mosquito screens. Coaming windows and portholes provided with curtains. Powered SKY sol pleated blinds for deckhouse windows, where possible.
All mattresses for owner and guests are of spring type high quality manufactured for marine use. Mattress bases are Scand flex battens to provide ventilation of mattresses. Foam mattresses for crew and Pullman berths. Each berth is equipped with canvas leeboard.

Bathrooms have teak-veneered bulkheads and teak floorboards. Corian counter tops and back splash with under mounted washbasins. Teak trim in front of basin.

Galley bulkheads in teak. Counter top and fiddles in Corian. Two Nautor custom refrigerators and one freezer. Four-burner gas stove and oven, gimballed and removable. SS grab bar and adjustable fiddles with Alpes extractor hood above. Microwave oven. Two large stainless steel sinks and two large garbage bins.

Engine room internally sound insulated. Fire resistance shall meet SOLAS B-15 requirements. Propeller area shall be sound insulated.

Main propulsion shall be two marine diesel engines: Volvo D3-110 5 cylinder, output 81 kW (110 HP) at 3000 rpm. Marine gear ZF.

Propeller shafts made of high-tensile corrosion resistant steel. Shafts supported by water-lubricated rubber bearings at bracket and stern tube with flexible shaft coupling.  Drip free shaft seal. 4-bladed Brunton’s Varifold folding propellers.

Fuel capacity approx. 2,000 l in integrated rubberized bladder-type fuel tanks. A 200ltr diesel fuel day-tank is fitted in the engine room. A module version of ALFA LAVAL 220VAC, centrifugal fuel separator, type MIB 303 between the fuel tanks and the day-tank.

Bowthruster of retractable type, hydraulically driven:  MaxPower 20/25kw.

Water capacity approx. 960 ltr, in two integrated double bottom tanks with one filler line.

Single lever mixing faucets type Oras for washbasins, galley sinks and showers. Deck shower aft with hot and cold water. Two stainless steel hot water tanks (Sigmar), capacity 60 ltr each.

One AC-driven water maker Idromar 220 Volt, type MC2 Duplex, 120/240 l/h connected to water tanks.
Electrical deck wash/fire pump (according to MCA category 2) with outlets on fore and aft deck, 15 m hose provided

Two electrical Gianneschi & Ramacciotti bilge pumps with a manifold and several suction locations. With alarm. One long “vacuum cleaner” hose. The lazarette and fore peak have their own pump. Two manual pumps as backup.     

Toilets of Tecma make and type is Silence Plus with integrated bidet. Flushing by fresh pressure water. All toilets are drained either through a sea cock or to a black water tank.

A central chilled waterborne air conditioning system, LCD HCSC 50 reverse cycle unit. Fan coils with individual temperature control in each cabin. Main unit installed in engine room.

Four burner Techimpex gas stove with oven, gimballed and provided with fiddles. Space for three gas bottles in a drained locker in the lazarette. Installation according to ISO 10239.

Rudder of foam filled carbon fiber / epoxy skins with tubular carbon fiber stock
Dual 41” (1.05m) destroyer type composite wheels
Lightweight aluminum steering quadrant bolted to rudder stock
Emergency steering gear stowed in oilskin locker 

Stainless steel retractable anchor arm
Stainless steel push-pit and stanchions
Boarding gates port and starboard
Removable lifelines aft for easy access to swim platform
Recessed full sized cockpit spray dodger forward of main companionway
Salt / freshwater anchor wash
Carbon fiber radar post on aft deck
Fixed mooring cleats aft, pop-up mooring cleats forward and midships
Removable tender mounting brackets on foredeck
Hydraulic system emergency stop on port side of cockpit
Roller fair-lead  fore and aft
Two folding leaf tables in center cockpit
Main deck is constructed in Pre-preg carbon fiber laminate on a foam core
Top Deck is constructed in infusion with carbon fiber and epoxy
Laid teak on deck nominally 50x12 mm
Integral toe rail
Flush mounted hatches throughout

Hall Spars carbon fiber mast in high modulus
Carbon Fibre V-boom in standard modulus
Navtec Nitronic rod standing rigging
Separate storm trysail track on mast
Lazyjacks with jammers on mast
Removable inner forestay
Hydraulic jib halyard tension, inner forestay, Cunningham, outhaul, vang and backstay
I: 28.95m J: 8.64 m P: 28.53 m E: 10.26 m
Fore triangle: Main sail:
125,3 m2 160,9 m2

2x Volvo D3-110 5 cylinder engines, 81 KW (110 Bhp)
Twin 4-blade Brunton Varifold propellers
Fuel Capacity 2,850 Litres
ZF hydraulic gear
Hi tensile steel shaft with drip free shaft seal
Electric fuel transfer pump
Dual Racor filters
Fuel in 8x rubberised bladder-type fuel tanks
Two sea-chests on centre-line with manifold for all raw water requirements
Alarm system and tank monitor with automatic shut downs with display in nav station

Remote controlled / automatic engine room fire extinguishers
Portable fire extinguishers in interior
2x fire blankets
Deck jackstays in webbing
2x 8-man liferafts
2x man overboard modules
Safety equipment exceeds ORC cat. 4

One CQR 64 kg anchor on manually operated swinging arm.

100 m 12 mm (1/2") high-tensile anchor chain. Firefighting: total flooding system for engine and generator space with remote control.
Hand extinguishers. Fire blanket in galley.


Storage space forward of watertight bulkhead  
Chain locker access

Forward Cabin
Twin berths, port and starboard
Storage below berths
Hanging locker and storage locker

Forward Head
Shared by forward and starboard cabins
Tecma electric freshwater WC
Wash basins
Storage lockers

Starboard Cabin
Upper and lower fixed berths
Hanging locker and storage locker
Storage below lower berth

Port Cabin
Twin berths, port and starboard
Storage below berths
Hanging locker and storage locker
En suite head with shower
Tecma electric freshwater WC
Wash basins
Storage lockers

Owner’s Cabin
Double berth
Storage below berth
Hanging locker and storage lockers
Safe installed in locker
Book shelves
En suite head with shower
Tecma electric freshwater WC
Wash basins
Storage lockers 

Crew Cabin (Aft)
Single berth with Pullman berth above
Storage below lower berth
Hanging locker and storage lockers
Safe installed in locker
En suite head with shower
Tecma electric freshwater WC
Wash basins
Storage lockers

U-shaped settee to port with table and removable central seating
Settee on starboard side with rectangular coffee table
TV and entertainment centre in port aft corner
Side tables with storage lockers
Film projector with on deck screen

Galley is located aft on starboard side
Work surfaces in Corian
Gimballed four burner Alpes Inox gas stove with oven housed in heat shielded compartment
Overhead extractor fan
Double stainless steel sinks
Two plate electric hob
Garbage bin
Front loading fridge and front loading freezer with two compressors
Separate drinks fridge in cockpit
Storage lockers, drawers and cupboards
Crew mess aft

Galley Equipment
Nespresso coffee machine
LG direct drive washing machine









Old mainsail



Carbon / Kevlar. Very poor condition

New mainsail



Carbon / Twaron. On order. Expected soon!












Carbon / Kevlar





Storm jib
























General Equipment

120 lbs CQR anchor
Danforth 60H stern anchor in lazarette
Rigid inflatable tender
25 HP Yamaha outboard
Spare 2.5 HP 4-stroke Yamaha outboard
Mooring lines
Boat hook
Flag pole
2x suction lifters for floorboards
2x cockpit tables
Swimming ladder
4x gas bottles
100m 12mm anchor chain

Navigation Instruments

B&G wind/depth/log
Second depth transducer
2x NMEA FFD at nav station
7x NMEA FFD (one at each helm, 2 in cockpit, one in saloon, one in owner’s cabin and one in crew 
4x Analogue wind displays in cockpit
4x 20/20 displays in cockpit
Furuno GPS on pedestal
Furuno radar
Furuno GPS compass
2x autopilots
Furuno Navnet and Maxsea navigation software
2x computer displays at nav station with 2 repeaters on deck connected to Navnet, Maxsea, computers, engineroom CCTV and anchor CCTV

Computer Systems

3x Panasonic Toughbook laptops (Navigation / communication / entertainment)
2x monitors in nav station with 2x repeaters on deck
CCTV in engineroom and on bow
Communications Systems

Fleet 55 satellite communications
Iridium satellite telephone
BGAN satellite communications
VHF with handsets in nav station and on deck
3x handheld VHFs
Printer / scanner
AIS transmitter

Electrical System
2-pole 24 V insulated return DC-system for lighting, blowers etc. Wires are sized to minimise voltage drop.  All battery sets are located in ventilated GRP boxes.          

The service batteries are of maintenance-free traction type. The service battery bank has a capacity of 24 V 1060 Ah/20 h.
The starting batteries are of maintenance-free type. The starting batteries consist of two individual banks, 24V (2x12V) 50 Ah/20h each
The onboard AC system is a 230 V 50 Hz single-phase three-wire system, and can be fed alternatively by the diesel generator port or starboard, shore power inlet through a frequency converter or partly by a DC/AC inverter or a backup inverter. One Kohler 19 kVA 230V 50Hz (20EFOZD) and one Kohler 9kVA 230V 50Hz (9EFOZD) diesel generator. The generators will be installed in a soundproof housing and will be made mass-free.

DC System
24v Service battery bank with 1060 Ah
24v Radio battery bank with 300 Ah (new September 2013)
12v Batteries for engine and generator starting
Battery parallel switches for service and radio batteries
Battery parallel switches for port and starboard engine starting batteries
Electrical distribution panel in corridor forward of galley 

AC System
12KVA Asea shore power system inlet 180-500 volts and 47-64 Hertz
Kohler 19KvA generator (new July 2013), with hydraulic PTO
Kohler 9KVA generator

2x Service battery chargers
1x Radio battery charger
1x Starter battery charger
1x Radio battery inverter
1x Service battery inverter
Separate alternators on each engine for service batteries and starter batteries