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2015 115' 6" NAUTOR'S SWAN Cruising Sailboat Swan115-001 St. Tropez France
€14,000,000 EUR

The 2015 115' 6" NAUTOR'S SWAN Swan115-001 Cruising Sailboat SOLLEONE is a sail yacht for sale located in St. Tropez, France.

Flagship Swan 115S SOLLEONE - one of the world’s most beautiful performance sailing yachts.  SOLLEONE is a German Frers designed with carbon composite structure, Lifting keel and accommodations for 8 in 4 exquisite elegantly understated staterooms. 
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LENGTH 115' 6" (35.2m)
ASKING PRICE €14,000,000 EUR
BUILT 2015
BEAM 26' 8" (8.12m)
DRAFT 18' 11" (5.75m)
MX SPEED 12 Knots
LOCATION St. Tropez, France
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Designed for comfort and performance, SOLLEONE is the first Swan 115 S Version, delivered by Nautor's Swan in Summer 2015.   A comfortable cruising Swan built with performance as a primary consideration using regatta derived build techniques to keep weight down. 
German Frers design ensuring thrilling performance with a luxurious and elegant Italian inspired interior by Nautor's Swan in house styling team and interior stylist Michele Bònan.
Owner / Guest Accommodations include four generous en suite staterooms, including a spacious Owner’s cabin aft complete with a separate seating area and en-suite head plus a large VIP double stateroom forward of the saloon and 2 equal double cabins with single berths aft of the saloon.  The yacht has a crisp, classic décor with of teak flooring and furniture and white linen upholstery, creating a relaxed contemporary classic interior. 





Nautor has been building pedigree, world class, semi-production sailing yachts for more than half a century combining innovation with conservative and tested build techniques.   SOLLEONE’s hull structure is built of a prepreg carbon fiber foam laminate. The laminate is vacuum consolidated, and oven cured at + 70°C degrees. The core is M-Grade Corecell SAN foam with high density used in the high loaded areas.
The stiffeners and structural bulkheads are made using Carbon SE70 Prepreg and Nomex, vacuum consolidated at +70°C degrees.  The result is a light and stiff structure that accelerates in minimal wind conditions. 


Lifting keel supplied by APM srl. The keel system is attached to the hull through a carbon fibre keel trunk. The keel fin is made of welded and milled high strength steel. The bulb is lead casting with 4,5% antimony and is attached to the keel fin with AISI 329 bolts. The lifting mechanism is with direct hydraulic cylinders.


The draft in “up’ position is 3.5m/ 11 feet which allows access to most harbors and many select anchorages while with her board deployed in sailing position she has a performance draft of 5.75m/ 18.9 feet allowing crisp upwind performance and stability.


Steering Systems

The design includes twin rudders with twin wheel steering using direct cables for exceptional feel on the helms.  The Twin steering pedestals are made in-house at Nautor of composite to incorporate all navigation, sailing and machinery controls.  Both wheels can be disengaged.


The rudders are supplied by Isotop of carbon fiber/epoxy skins on foam cores and tubular carbon fiber stocks and are designed with a sacrificial tip. Weed deflectors are located in front of the rudders and are surface mounted.
The rudders are supported by self-aligning bearings supplied by JP3. Lightweight aluminum steering quadrants are clamped to the rudder stocks.
The deck is flush with a raised saloon allowing a protected guest cockpit amidships and visibility into and out of her saloon interior.  The aft deck areas are recessed creating a sailing cockpit for helming and sail handling as well as access to the storage lazarette.
Construction is light and stiff using carbon fiber SPRINT/pre-preg sandwich construction with Corecell core.  Coachroof and coamings are of a carbon fiber SPRINT/pre-preg sandwich construction with Corecell core. High density core is used in high load areas or under deck fittings.
The teak deck consists of 65 x 12 mm teak battens with black 5 mm caulking. The teak deck is vacuum bonded with an epoxy adhesive. There are two flush mounted, hinged steering platforms for the helmsman that can be angled at 25 degrees.   The deck layout has been configured for efficient sailing and minimalist appeal. 


All winches are hydraulically driven via the yacht’s hydraulic main ring.

Two Harken B1135.3 STASA primary winches on the cockpit coaming

Two Harken B1135.3 STASA secondary winches on the cockpit coaming

Four Harken B1130.3 STASA winches near the mast

Two Harken B1135 winches for the runner backstays

One Harken 1130 winch for main sheet

Anchor Windlass

A hydraulic driven windlass is located in an enclosed anchor locker on foredeck.  The anchor system is deployed hydraulically over the stem and stored under a deck hatch when sailing.  The windlass is controlled by a wired remote control and foot controls at the helm aft.  
There is one hydraulically operated, retractable Sanguinetti Capstan drum mooring winch installed on fore deck.
Center Cockpit
The focal point of the deck is the large cockpit.  Exceptionally comfortable as a lounging area under sail or dining at anchor.  Cockpit seats have nice, deep marine grade cushions with back rests  and allows for a comfortable and protected area with a deployable spayhood/ dodger forward and hydraulically deployable overhead Bimini with structural battens.   There are 2 extendable teak tables on either side of the cockpit that allow for dining al fresco on deck if fully deployed.   
The hydraulically operated Bimini is a work of art and allows deployment up to 20 knots of AWS which recesses into the raised saloon deck.
There is an Awning that covers the central cockpit / deck area and is fitted in a groove on both side of the boom. Side detachable skirts are also provided.
General Accommodations
The interior finish is true Nautor pedigree using the finest Burmese golden aged teak treated in differing finishes depending on location and requirements.  Floorboards are teak with holly inserts. Interior structures are built using lightweight materials with teak veneer.  High traffic areas are finished in gloss varnish.  The overall interior ambiance exudes a quiet and relaxed elegance.  All fittings and furnishing are of the highest quality.   
Four (4) owner/guest staterooms all en suite and located aft.  Crew accommodations for 5/6 forward in 3 double cabins.
Crew accommodations are forward and include 2 double cabins each with head and shower plus one captain’s cabin with head and shower and oversized single berth.   Each cabin has overhead opening deck hatch and a fixed hull port.   Ample drawer and hanging lockers.   The crew forward is positioned near the Galley and there is a crew mess area.
The Forward guest stateroom is located on Starboard and serves as a VIP stateroom with to the privacy and large central queen berth, large, fixed hull port and ample headroom. 
There are twin teak bedside tables, a large hanging locker outboard and a full height hanging locker inboard aft.
Bulkheads are covered with veneered panels and a padded headboard.
The en suite head has a separate shower and fixed hull port as well as overhead deck opening hatch for ventilation.
The staterooms have twin beds with a bedside table between and a hanging locker forward of the outboard bed.
Bulkheads are covered with veneered panels and a padded bed headboard.
There is one overhead deck hull window in each cabin. The starboard cabin has a pPullman bed.
The large owner’s stateroom is aft and full beam with fixed hull ports and overhead opening deck hatches.  A king-size berth with bed side tables is located on the port side with a vanity/desk outboard and an “L” shaped seating settee on starboard side.  
The head is aft of the stateroom accessed from amidships with his/her sinks, toilet and bidet and separate shower.  Opposite the head on port side is a walk-in hanging locker for clothes with drawers and seating area.
Mattresses are of sprung type-high quality manufactured for marine use. Mattress bases are Deltaflex batten nets to provide ventilation of underside.
The main saloon is raised 4 steps above the fore and aft accommodations allowing views out and light in as well as offering better systems and machinery spaces under the saloon floors.   The saloon is divided into seated lounging areas on the port and starboard sides.  Overhead opening hatches and side fixed ports allow ventilation and light in. 
The dining area is forward of the saloon on port side with a large teak table and seating for 8-10.
The navigation desk is placed in the crew area, forward the mast. There are two hull windows in the dining room.
The saloon settees are custom built to a high standard with generous depth for comfortable seating. There is a discrete flat screen TV integrated in the forward end of port side saloon settee.
The galley is located in crew quarters on starboard side of the boat. There is a close access both to the crew mess and to the saloon.
Lower lockers are in wood and the upper locker doors are painted. Work tops and fiddles are in Corian. There is a large under mounted stainless-steel sink and one kitchen faucet with integrated shower at the sink. Chest of drawers, garbage bin and stowage for pots and pans in lower lockers.
There is stowage space for crockery, glasses and dry food in upper lockers. General lighting with down light LED spotlights. Working lights under upper lockers.
Domestic Appliances
All the appliances have a stainless-steel finish.

Fast Cycle Dishwasher Miele G5985 SCVi XXL 230 V 2.2 kW

Steam oven Miele

Washer Miele W2859i WPM, 230 V, 2.3 kW, 5.5 kg, 1600 rpm

Dryer Miele T4859Ci, 2.8 kW, 230 V, condensing type, 6 kg

One refrigerator 600 l in galley, with double cooling circuits and compressors.

One freezer/FRIDGE 370 (50LT) in the bilge with double cooling circuits and compressors, Frigo- nautica or equal, custom built 230 V AC.

One freezer 600 l.

Icemaker One ice maker in saloon

Electrical stove Miele 900 mm wide oven, H 5981BP, 230 V 6.6 kW. Miele KM 6382 5-burner cook top, induction type, 230 V 11.1 kW. The units are built into one 900mm wide separately gimballed unit.

Navigation Station
The Navigation station is on centerline in the crew quarters with direct access to deck.
The station consists of a chart table, instrument panels and a forward-facing floor-mounted swiveling chair.
Crew Quarters
The crew mess is integrated in the galley area.
There is a dining table at the centerline that totally fits four persons. There is a sofa around the dining table.
The chairs can be secured to floorboards while sailing. General lighting is created with down light LED- spotlights.
There is a fixed dining table with wooden tabletop and low fiddles.
There is a separate washer and a dryer placed forward of the crew mess in a dedicated laundry area. A ventilated locker for oilskins is placed forward on port side.
Navigation area
The navigation station is located aft in the saloon on starboard side close to the main entrance. The navigation station consists of a chart table and a chair facing outboard.
Stowage space is located under a hinged lid at the chart table. A locker for manuals is placed above the instrument panels.
The visible instruments are mounted on panels. The panels are opening on hinges and are facing outboard. The main electrical switchboard (touch screen) is mounted at the navigation station.
There is a floor mounted swiveling chair at the navigation table.
Bathrooms (General)
Owner’s cabin, guest cabins and crew cabins have en-suite bathroom with a separate shower stall.
The captain's bathroom is built with integrated shower stall. There is one hull window in Owner’s bathroom and in guest bathrooms.
The system components are chosen based on Nautor’s long experience in the yachting industry. All installations are done to best known marine practice.
The main propulsion engine, a Scania DI13 070M, is a modern 6 cylinder in-line diesel engine displacing 9.3 liters and delivering 450 bhp (331 kW) at 1800 rpm.

The SCANIA DI13 070M is a turbo charged, after-cooled engine with 4 valves per cylinder, unit injector fuel system and a “Heavy Duty” rating makes it intended for continuous full power output. This is the ideal propulsion engine for an ocean-going sailing yacht.

Engine Hours as of April 2021 : approximately 3800 Hours

Engine and reduction gear are supported on isolators to minimize noise and vibration.

The gearbox is a HUNDESTAD variable pitch, with a 2,917:1 reduction ratio, vertical offset marine gearbox.

The propeller shaft is made of corrosion resistant AISI 316 steel, diameter ø100 mm. Shaft is supported by water-lubricated rubber bearings at P-bracket and stern tube.

Four-bladed Bruton Propeller VP6 FR-HP controllable pitch skew-back propeller with feathering position.

The bow thruster is a Hundested FT2.5R, 55kW (75hp) of retractable type.

The stern thruster is a Hundested FT2R, 37kW (50hp) of retractable type.

All installations are done to best known marine practice. All installations are labelled, color coded by function, including indication of flow direction.

A pressurized hot and cold-water system is installed. The pressure water system is made in a multi-layered press fitting system, MeplaTM by Geberit.

The pressure water system has two 230 V AC pumps to assure quiet operation, type Headhunter Mach 5, 75l/min @ 3 bar.

There are by-pass lines, with shut off valves, installed which allow for the use of only one pressure pump throughout the yacht.

Fresh water deck wash connections are located one forward and one aft.

Water Tanks

Four integrated freshwater tanks with a total capacity of 3000 liters.

The tanks are provided with baffles, inspection hatches, level indicators and vent pipes.

Tank levels are shown on the electrical main switchboard.

There are two separate hot water systems installed. The system serving the forward areas aboard have a 100 l water heater installed and the other serving the aft areas have a separate 120 l water heater.

Both water heaters are equipped with 2 pcs 3kW electrical heating elements each. The inlets for both water heaters have check valves to prevent hot water back flow. The outlets have relief valves for over-pressure protection.

There are thermostat mixing valves installed on the water heaters that control the hot water temperature. Both hot waters heaters are equipped with expansion tanks.

Two normally independent hot water circulating systems are installed, with individual 230 V AC Vortex BWZ 152 hot water circulation pumps.

There are by-pass lines, with shut off valves, installed which allow for the use of only one water heater throughout the yacht.

Water Maker : Idromar MC5DX watermaker, 230/400 V AC 3 phase, is installed producing 500 liter/hour (132 USgph) or 12000 liter/day (3170 USgpd). The water maker is provided with sand filter, pre- filters, charcoal filter and automatic flushing.

The electrical system is designed for generator or shore power.  Silent sailing can be performed using the DC powered hydraulic power pack.
During racing, maneuvering or operation of major electrical loads, such as air condition, water maker, stove/oven, washing, water heating etc., the diesel generator has to be in use.
The yacht has a 230/400 V 50 Hz three-phase five-wire AC-system. The 230/400 V system is fed by the diesel generators or shore power inlet and has a PLC-controlled power shedding system.
The system is of split bus type. There are also a number of 230 V 50 Hz appliances fed through DC/AC inverters.
Shore power
The shore inlet plug, 230/400 V 5-pole 125 A, is contained in a locker with a hinged lid at transom. Shore power cable 15 m is provided and stored in a bin by a CM-8 Cable master unit.
Frequency Converter
Power from ashore is led to an Asea AC 36 frequency converter accepting inlet voltages 170-520 V AC, frequency 40 to 70 Hz, single- or three-phase. Output power is 36 kVA @ 0.85 p.f.
Two Fisher Panda g 45I 32 kW generators are producing three-phase 230/400 V 50 Hz AC. The units are mounted on elastic mounts for maximum noise reduction.
There are three Mastervolt Q-box charger/inverters, one 24/3500-100 with 3-step 100A charge characteristics for charging of the service batteries.
There are two Mastervolt, Charge Master 24 V 100 A 230 V chargers with 3-step charge characteristics, for charging the handling system batteries. The charging is alsi controlled by battery temperature.
There is one Mastervolt Mass 24 V 15 A 230 V charger with 3-step charge characteristics, for charging radio batteries.
There is one Mastervolt Mass 24 V 15 A 230 V charger with 3-step charge characteristics, for emergency battery.
In the crew area there is a high and low voltage alarm. The charging is also controlled by temperature sensor at the batteries.
Starting batteries can be charged by one of the handling system chargers.
Mastervolt Q-box charger/inverters convert 24 V DC to 230 V single-phase AC 50 Hz. Two charger/inverter 24/3500-100 VA Sine wave for:

Cooker hood


Engine room ventilation

Fresh water pump

Fresh water circulation pump

One charger/inverter 24/3500-100 VA Sine Wave for entertainment:




The yacht has a 2-pole 24 V insulated return DC-system for lighting, fans, pumps etc. All wires are sized to minimize voltage drop.
Service Batteries
The battery model is Mastervolt MLI Ultra 24/5000 Lithium-Ion.
The batteries are divided into two individual 24 V banks referred to as service battery bank and handling system battery bank.
The service battery bank is 24 V 1440Ah/1 h and consists of 8 batteries. This bank supplies power for the lights, fans, pumps etc.
The handling system battery is 24V 720Ah/1h and consists of 4 batteries. This bank supplies power for hydraulics and auto pilot and fire pump.
The two battery banks are normally connected together into one large battery bank. Whenever needed they can be divided into two separate banks to back-up each other.
Emergency Battery
There are two types of emergency batteries one for emergency lighting and navigation lights and another for the VHF radio.
The model for lighting is Sonnenschein 24V 25 Ah / 20 h.
The batteries are of maintenance-free traction gel type. The battery bank consists of two 12 V batteries connected in series.
There is a separate 230V battery charger 24V 15A and a panel for supervision and low voltage alarm of the emergency battery.
AC and DC Panels
The crew area is provided with an electrical switchboard. At this panel AC and DC voltages and consumptions of the yachts main systems can be monitored on the main switchboard touch screen display. The display shows also the alarms. Subpanels are placed in various locations, such as engine room foreship and aft ship. The electrical system is digitally operated with means for manual back up of vital functions.
Engine and Diesel Generator Control Panels
The main engine is controlled from the starboard cockpit coaming panel. Gear and throttle control of the main engine at both cockpit consoles.
The following functions can also be controlled from the engine room panel:

Engine control ON/OFF with master switch

Start and stop buttons

Paralleling button between engine starting batteries

The controls for the generators are located on a panel in the crew area and in the Cockpit next to the wheel too.
The temperature and oil pressure for the generators can be observed on the same panel. The diesel generators can also be controlled from the cockpit panel.
Navigation Systems
The Furuno GP-320B GPS /WAAS receiver is used as the main navigator for:

There are three screens BG Z /EUS

Brookes & Gatehouse sailing instruments

Brookes & Gatehouse autopilot system

A backup Furuno GP-33 GPS/WAAS receiver is providing information to B&G sailing instruments, VHF DSC radio, MaxSea navigation software.
SIMRAD BG radar connected to the Furuno NavNet 3D system.
Navionics Mediterranean CMAP
A Furuno FA-150 IMO Automatic Identification System is connected to the Furuno NavNet 3D and MaxSea navigation system.
A comprehensive package consisting of Brookes & Gatehouse Hercules 3000 with central processor unit, masthead unit, speed/water temperature sensor, depth sensor and external alarm at the navigation station.
The following main units are installed at the navigation area:

B&G Hercules 3000 Main processor

B&G Expansion processor

B&G Halcyon processor unit

There is one B&G Graphical Function Display (GFD) located at the navigation area and one additional GFD on each steering console.
One B&G Graphical Pilot Display (GPD) is located on each steering console.
There are two Silva 5” magnetic steering compasses at each steering console.
Digital gyrocompass system, Sperry marine Navigat X Mk2 will be used as the sole heading source for the autopilot, the radar and other navigational instruments requiring accurate heading information.
Simrad RS-35 is installed at the navigation station and wireless handset Simrad HS35 with intercom possibility is installed at the helm.
Two GMDSS approved handheld VHF units Simrad AX50 for both on board and emergency use.
A KVH Fleet Broadband 250 satellite telephone system with telephone handset is installed at the navigation area. The Fleet Broadband 250 is connected to the Dell computer for internet and for sending and receiving e-mails.
There is an Option Globesurfer III GSM/3G telephone terminal connected to the Delta antenna and to a wireless Panasonic DECT telephone. The terminal is also connected to the Dell computer for Internet and for sending and receiving e-mail.
Local area network connected to Dell computer. Ethernet outlets are positioned in all cabins and the wireless network is available throughout the vessel.
There is a Yachtspot Internet Wi-Fisystem that searches for public “hot- spots” and broadcasts the service onto the yacht’s wireless local area network (WLAN).
Internet access controller, Livewire FB10 PRO allows visibility and control of vessel communication devices. Unit is connected to Option Globesurfer III GSM/4G Yachtspot Wi-Fi terminal and KVH satellite telephone terminal.
Audio system
Each system plays FM radio and music stored on the Apple media system.
Owner’s cabin:
Bose Lifestyle V35 home entertainment system with Bose subwoofer and 5 surround sound speakers. The system integrates an iPod docking station.
Bose Lifestyle V35 home entertainment system with Bose subwoofer and 5 surround sound speakers. The system integrates an iPod docking station.
Crew mess:
Denon CEOL network CD-receiver with one pair of B&W CCM362 speakers in ceiling.
Guest cabins (3 pcs):
Denon RCD-N7 CD-receiver with one pair of B&W CCM362 speakers in ceiling.
Forward cockpit: speaker system includes 2 pair of Fusion MS-FR702 marine 2 way 7 inch loudspeakers connected to marine amplifier Fusion MS-DA51600.
Speakers are controlled using an iPod/iPad. Additionally there is a speaker on/off switch on starboard pedestal for controlling aft deck speakers.
Aft cockpit: Aft cockpit speaker system includes 2 pair of Fusion MS-FR702 marine 2 way 7 inch loudspeakers connected to marine amplifier Fusion MS- DA51600.
Speakers are controlled using an iPod/iPad. Additionally there is a speaker on/off switch on starboard pedestal for controlling aft deck speakers.
Video Systems
All TV’s are connected to the Delta antenna for terrestrial TV. The TV’s also connect to video media stored on the Apple media system.
Owner’s cabin:
A 40-inch LED TV, Samsung Series 6. TV connects to Samsung Blu-ray player BD-D6500. NO
A 46-inch LED TV, Samsung Series 6. TV connects to Samsung Blu-ray player BD-D6500.
Apple Media System
Music and video streaming using Mac mini, Apple TV and iPod Touch.
There is one iPod Touch 32GB - white in Saloon, Owner's cabin guest cabins and crew mess (6 pcs).  Each iPod connects to a local TV/stereo system using an Apple TV station or an Airplay compatible device.
A Mac mini including streaming software is positioned in the Saloon, connected to the Samsung LED TV. Music and video files can be stored on the Mac mini and streamed to the TV/stereo systems using the internal wireless network. Mac mini includes Apple wireless keyboard, Apple magic mouse and one additional Apple universal dock for iTunes synchronization.
Music files supported are MP3, AIFF, WAV, MPEG-4, AAC (.m4a) and Apple Lossless. Video file supported is non-encrypted MPEG-4.
All iPods are configured for the streaming server connection using the boats internal network. Mac mini is preinstalled with the streaming server software and iTunes.
The four-spreader fractional rig is designed for offshore cruising. It is setup for easy handling with spreaders swept aft. There is a removable inner forestay and running backstays to support the inner forestay.
Color: White painted with polyurethane paint.
The rig will be designed by the supplier according to the sail plan delivered by the Naval Architect. The spars are supplied by a high branded supplier in the yachting industry.
I = 44.42m Fore triangle 296.5m2
J = 13.35m Main sail 348.9m2
P = 43.00m 110% Jib 303.8m2
E = 13.60m Asym Spinnaker 630m2
The mast and boom are by Southern Spars of standard modulus carbon fiber with Southern Spars EC-6 carbon standing rigging.  The boom is “Park Avenue” design. 
The mast and rigging were completely serviced in 2019. 
The carbon fiber masthead has sheaves for:

Main halyard

One spare main halyard

One gennaker halyards

One Code Zero Halyard

Two jib halyards

Two Staysail halyard

Boom and Furling Headstays

The Park Avenue type main boom is built of standard modulus carbon fiber

Boom accommodates a slab reefing system.

Outhaul track and car mounted at the outboard end complete with hydraulic cylinder

Complete lazy jack system

Boom preventer system

Four lights mounted on the underside of the boom

Port and starboard double grooves on the boom for mainsail cover and sun awning

Reckmann Headstay UD5sc hydraulic Genoa furling system

Anchoring and Mooring

One 156 kg high holding power, plough anchor

One Fortress FX-125 second anchor

120 m 14 mm galvanised high-tensile anchor chain

Four mooring lines 20 m each, diameter 28 mm

Four mooring lines 40 m each, diameter 28 mm

Eight air fenders with lines

Anchor light with cable and plug

Two yacht hooks

Safety Equipment

Fire extinguishing system for engine room

Portable Hand extinguishers Gloria P2G for the cabins

Fire blanket in galley

Liferafts MCA LY2 Code requirements Life Jackets MCA LY2 requirements

Cruising Wardrobe:

3Di Square Top Full Batten Mainsail

C-Tech Carbon Mainsail Carbon Battens

3Di All Purpose Furling Jib

3Di Furling Inner Forestaysail

A4 Asymmetric Spinnaker

C-Tech SnuffAir Spinnaker Sock

Full Service records available. One of the most notable Nautor’s Swan built masterpieces in recent years.  Powerful sail plan, exquisite design and interior décor.  Superb systems and design. 
These particulars have been prepared by us from information provided by the sellers and are intended as a general guide to the vessel. We cannot, however, be liable for any inaccuracy. It is up to the purchaser to confirm details of concern to him by survey, inspection and/or enquiry of the seller and to ensure that the purchase contract properly reflects his concern and specific details upon which he may rely. We always advise an independent survey.

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Georges Bourgoignie
Fraser Yachts - Ft.Lauderdale
1800 S.E. 10th Ave. Suite 400 Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 33316 USA

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