An impressive construction

All Classic Swedish Yachts are built to the highest possible specification using the most modern and effective construction methods.

Each yacht built will be issued with a Norske Veritas Certificate, CE Class A or other authority to the Owner’s particular requirement.

Essential for sailing performance is a light and stiff construction.  The vacuum infused sandwich construction of all Classic Swedish Yachts is essential to assure that no air inclusions are left in the construction and for a high sheer resistance. Only uni – and bi-axial glass (except surface mat) of highest quality is used, oriented in the directions of the calculated stress factors. The strength of the hull is optimized where the stress is the highest. The keel area is designed to withstand very hard groundings, a necessity when sailing in Scandinavian (or indeed any) rock infested waters.

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The transversals, longitudinal stringers, main bulkhead, the chain-plates and the keel area are laminated to one integrated unit. This ensures stiffness in the hull and deck when the rig is set or when sailing in rough sea conditions. Thus the sailing capabilities are improved. Add to this the light carbon masts and the fact that all weight wherever possible is concentrated to the centre of movement of the yachts, and you will recognize why the sailing capabilities are superb both at sea and in sheltered waters.

Also inside the yachts we strive for being second to none regarding wooden craftsmanship and finish. The same quality level is kept for all other installations in our yachts.

 

The mahogany on deck, deckhouses and cockpit is treated with 20 to 25 layers of varnish to protect the wooden surface and to give that extra deep shiny gloss that is expected from an exclusive classic yacht. No gel-coat is visible anywhere.

 

Get more specific information on each of the yachts

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