Vice President Nautor’s Swan
Enrico Chieffi, Vice President, key component in Swan success story since 1998; former Olympian and America’s Cup sailor.
Lead Naval Architect:
Juan Kouyoumdjian, reputation for creating innovative designs, like the ClubSwan 50 and ClubSwan 125, that leverage technological change and opportunities into breakthrough performance.
Philippe Oulhen, highly-regarded project lead in the performance yachting arena, working closely with Nautor’s Swan and JYD on the development of this concept and the ongoing management of the ClubSwan 50.
Peter McCloskey, has been involved in Nautor’s Swan Customer Care Management in the USA since the early 2000s and was deeply integrated in the development of the highly successful ClubSwan 42.
Andrew Yates, a consultant at the RORC Rating Office he is the Chief Measurer for the ClubSwan 50 among other performance classes.
Rodrigo Quesada, motivated and knowledgeable naval architect with core experience developed on Volvo Ocean Race and America’s Cup projects.
Jonathan Fluhrer, naval architect at JYD whose prior experience includes IMOCA 60 design projects.
Patricia Izaguirre-Alza, has a PhD in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, and works at JYD.
Lucas Suar has worked with JYD for close to 15 years on numerous grand prix yachting projects.
Giovanni Belgrano and his team at Pure apply engineering rigor to develop and assess technology suitable for design; shaking out all issues before manufacturing, developing unproven technologies and testing. http://www.pde.co.nz
Hervé Devaux , forerunner in the introduction of aeronautical computation software to design, with a track record of working with top offshore racing yachts; the developer of Ophelia, a calculation tool with dynamic simulation capabilities able to reproduce external phenomena. https://www.gseadesign.com
Juan Pablo Marcos, professional sailor and qualified naval architect, experienced in world of high performance sailing, including TP52s, Volvo 70s, Superyachts and J Class.
LOA = 11,00 m / 36 ft
LWL = 10,50 m / 34,5 ft
Beam Max = 3,60 m / 11,8 ft
Draft = 2,75 m / 9 ft
Displacement Measurement = 2590 kg / 5710 lb
Displacement Sailing = 3140 kg / 6923 lb
Ballast = 1455 kg / 3207 lb
Carbon curved rotating dagger board Engine