The 30.21-metre (99-foot) Nautor’s Swan sailing yacht Muzuni has been spotted at Atollvic Shipyard where she is undergoing a winter refit.
Muzuni arrived at the Spanish shipyard in early December and will enjoy a number of key upgrades during her stay, including a complete repaint of her GRP hull, superstructure and mast, as well as extensive renewal of her teak decks. Further refit details are undisclosed at this stage.
First launched by Finnish yard Nautor’s Swan in 2005 as the second hull in the Swan 100 series, Muzuni has previously been named Fantasticaaa and Kora over her 12 years. On board she can accommodate up to seven guests across three cabins, while the crew quarters allows for a staff of five.
She is powered by a single 265hp Perkins-Sabre M265TI engine, which allows for a top speed of 11 knots. At the economical speed of nine knots, Muzuni has a cruising range of 1,200nm.
She has proven to be a particularly popular option as a regatta-ready yacht for charter, with her flush-deck design and timeless interiors being a key part of her appeal on the market.
Other superyacht refit projects completed by the Spanish shipyard in 2017 include the 58.8m (193ft) J&K Smit expedition yacht Sea Wolf.
For more information, visit Atollvic Shipyard.