S/Y J-class Svea

About This Project

 
45 second summary from Svea Presentation by Olivia Chenevix-Trench
 
The new J-class Svea is an impressive piece of classic yacht building, based on the 1937 design of Tore Holm. The 43,6 meter (143 ft.) Svea is part of the J-class family. She is designed by Hoek Design Naval Architects, built by Claasen Shipyard and finished at Vitters Shipyard with the purpose of joining the J-Class racing division. Within the fleet the Svea has the longest length overall and with its aluminum hull and carbon fibre mast (53,75 metres high!) Svea has proven to be very competitive in the J-class. She took victory in the second race she ever competed in! SAILMON displays are the perfect fit for this iconic class, breathing style and elegance.

 

Onboard Configuration:
Р4x Model X portrait display’s on the mast
SAILMON Model E4 Processor

 

The SAILMON and B&G equipment is integrated seamlessly on board Svea.

 

View full Svea Presentation by Olivia Chenevix-Trench