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21.3 m

/ 70 ft

| Sweden Yachts

| 1994

| 2016

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6 Guests

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3 Cabins

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2 Crew

The Sweden 70 is a contemporary classic yacht, with an elegant traditional sheer line and profile, combined with an easily managed but powerful cutter rig and state of the art under-body. She comfortably accommodates 6 guests in three en suite state rooms. Her inventory of appliances, entertainment systems and accessories provide all amenities for comfortable living aboard whether alongside, at anchor or a thousand miles at sea.




| 2016


5.2 m


United States


Peter Norlin / Jens Östmann


2.6 m


16.7 kph




Volvo 185 HP



Deck shower

Fishing gear - light

Ice maker

Water maker

CD library

Cell phone

DVD library

DVD player saloon

iPod dock

Satellite phone

TV master cabin

TV saloon


Paddleboards multiple

Snorkelling gear

Accommodation and Layout

The main salon comfortably seats six at the custom dining table. The luxuriously upholstered settee is the spot for after dinner coffee and movies. 

There are three guest cabins all with en suite baths: 

The aft master private cabin offers a king-sized bed, comfy upholstered settee, vanity, en suite bath and separate entrance to the cockpit.

The port stateroom has upper and lower single beds and an en suite head and shower. 

To starboard is the third cabin with a double bed and en suite bath.    

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Crew profile

crew profile
An English skipper with 60,000 nautical miles of open ocean sailing, Captain Nick Meyer is a qualified commercial Yacht-master, 200 tonnes, power and sail since 2004. Nick grew up on a yacht in the Med and is equally familiar with the Caribbean, BVI and the east coast of the U.S. Nick is trained on jet drive catamarans, in search and rescue in the Irish Sea and a 50' twin screw Fisheries patrol vessel. He has crossed the Atlantic twice and delivered yachts across the Bay of Biscay, raced around Ireland, voyaged to Antarctica and explored the Canadian Arctic up to the NW Passage. Nick is also a chef, specializing in French and Japanese cuisine. He enjoys all water sports, reads a lot, plays chess, bridge and an oriental game called Go. He speaks the Queen's English and is conversant in Japanese and French. Nick and his crew look forward to welcoming you aboard Luna Danns!

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