INDIGO VII is a Swan 62FD, hull number five out of a series of seven yachts built by the well-known Nautor Shipyard from Finland. The Swan 62FD is designed by German Frers and is an upgraded version of the well-proven Swan 60 with an extended stern with more storage and deck space aft, opening stern platform and an improved deck layout.
INDIGO VII has a spacious interior layout with a full beam salon midships featuring a comfortable seating area and large wooden table to port side with two armchairs, a sofa and navigation area/chart table to starboard and a fully equipped galley. She offers accommodation for six guests in three cabins, and a crew cabin for two people/sail locker forward in the bow. She has a beautiful teak interior with satin finish, teak and holly floorboards. A lot of natural light flows in through Goiot flush deck hatches with Oceanair blinds fitted on the inside.
INDIGO VII is built for blue water cruising with all the necessary equipment and systems on board. The present owner—a very experienced Yachtsmen who has had several Swans before—purchased the yacht in 2018 and has completed a rigorous maintenance schedule and several significant upgrades to the yacht to keep her in absolute mint condition.
INDIGO VII has an Offshore Spars rig with a three-spreader mast, rod standing rigging, furling headsail and a fully battened mainsail with a Harken Battcar system, lazy-jacks and Easystow bag to hoist and reef as easy as possible with the help of electric powered winches. There is a new MaxPower hydraulic bow thruster on order which will be installed by Nautor Swan Global Service in Scarlino, Italy, so the yacht will be better to manoeuver in small berth spaces.