The ClubSwan 125 was conceived as a luxury superyacht but evolved in build to become a mega-maxi racer that aims to break the monohull transatlantic record
A few months ago on the north-east shore of the Gulf of Bothnia, a remarkable yacht was craned into the water. By the time you read this it will probably be lining up for a tilt at the Fastnet monohull course record. And that’s effectively just a shakedown sail, tuning up for a serious bid to break the monohull transatlantic speed record currently held by Comanche.
Six years in the making, the ClubSwan 125 Skorpios defies easy comparisons because no other yacht of this type has yet been built on such a massive scale. Is it a superyacht? Sort of, but not really. Plenty of superyachts have racing aspirations but this isn’t one of those...
We invite you to read on and find out for yourself why Seahorse is the most highly-rated source in the world for anyone who is serious about their racing.
To read on simply SIGN up NOW
Take advantage of our very best subscription offer or order a single copy of this issue of Seahorse.
www.seahorse.co.uk/shop and use the code TECH20
Or for iPad simply download the Seahorse App at the iTunes store