Södergren Design is the naval architect for the J-Craft 40. The J-Craft 40 is a follow up of the earlier built J-Craft 38, and the new design was introduced in 2009. With a shape that leaves few unaffected the J-Craft range of boats is a benchmark for craftsmanship, finish, elegance and performance in contemporary sports powerboating. It is a completely new hull design with new technology applied. It is equipped with Volvos new IPS system and the hull is designed to meet Volvos requirements. The interiors are thoroughly planned to make the life at sea comfortable. Södergren is proud to be the naval architect of the new J-Craft 40.
Read more: www.j-craftboats.com
The Shogun 50 is a competitive 50ft racer-cruiser, designed by Håkan and Oscar Södergren in 2019. Shogun 50 is a yacht with sleek, aggressive lines, built as a full carbon epoxy racer with an attitude. She is a boat that can be easily handled by a two for ordinary sailing, yet able to challenge in races fully crewed. She is build and design by Swedish expertise in modern technology, produced by the leading east coast boat builder Rosättra Boatyard.
Her racing features includes her overall light weight of 7900 kg, which 45% is in the keel bulb - keel depth is 3,5 m (retracts to 2 m for docking). Full grip steering in high speeds with twin rudders in carbon. An extendable bow sprit to launch both codes and gennakers from. Other solutions like a large cockpit, spacious area down the stairway and a 2-cubic storage in the bow to make sail management simple.
The Shogun 50 is also comfortable for cruising. The interior layout is quite different, with two separate compartments; one active, spacious area for racing right down the companionway, and the one for rest and pleasure in the bow. The area in the middle of the boat allows for large sails, the navigation table and easy access to the head. The saloon in the bow is a contrast to a traditional interior layout and has a social U-shaped table.
Read more: www.shogunyachts.com
The Shogun 43 will premiere in 2021. Like the Shogun 50, the design has innovative features making it contemporary with a contrast of classic features. Built in carbon, it will be quick and fun for both racing and cruising. The Shogun 43 is designed in cooperation with Oscar Södergren.
One of many unique things for the Shogun yachts is the design process, which is more similar to the one for cars, where there is a higher focus on product design and user experience. All details, like the shape of the shearline, the look of the bow and form in the cockpit, are all designed to work in harmony with each other. All these details make the yacht more user-friendly. Still, the yacht’s weight will be kept extremely low. Therefore, the Shogun models are on the forefront of technology and innovation in the market of performance cruisers. The interiors will have a finish of both carbon and oak with the ability to be highly customized. A great partnership with Rosättra Boatyard in cooperation with Marstrom Composites, Waxholm Composites and North Sails makes this possible.
As every big yacht, the Rivolta 90 is designed to meet high demands from the client. The yacht is as a performance cruiser of 90ft, and in the same time be as easy to handle as a 50ft yacht. It is designed to be able to cruise in the shallow waters of Florida, that has been previously impossible for a 90ft yacht. The client also requested a dinghy garage, big enough to carry a small rib with an outboard.
To meet all the owners’ demands, the yacht was designed in an unusual way for a boat of its size, especially in 2001 when it was built. The keel is 14 ton and retractable by hydraulics - to meet the shallow draft requirement. Lifted up, it has a minimum draft of 5.85ft (1.8m). For steering, the yacht has two short twin rudders. The rating moment is high, due to the keel retracting down for comfortable blue water cruising and long distance sailing. The Rivolta 90 is also equipped with water ballast tanks, carrying a total of 4 tons, to increase performance and comfort for up wind sailing, both for long distance and performance sailing.
Despite the focus on the sailing abilities of the yacht, her interior is in her own class and style. The owner’s interest for interior, architecture and art makes this yacht one of a kind.
RIVOLTA 4.0 COUPE
aka. RIVOLTA 38
The Rivolta 4.0 is a typical American yacht. The boat was produced in Florida, USA, by Rivolta Marine in 2000. The yacht is exclusive and equipped with two Yanmar diesels engines with a water-jet drive, a total of 440hp.
WASA V (5.5)
Södergren designed the new competitive 5.5 Metre, Wasa V in cooperation with Oscar Södergren. Named after the famous Swedish yacht Wasa IV, which won the Olympic gold in Acapulco 1968. Wasa V sailed in the Scandinavian Gold Cup and the World Cup for the 5.5 Metre in France 2017. The boat is now sailed in national regattas and races at KSSS, Sweden. The boat was built by Sune Carlssons Boatyard, Sweden.
Agapi 800 was designed in cooperation with Oscar Södergren in 2015 and replaced the older model Agapi 750. The boat of 26ft is designed to be great for both day trips and over night adventures. As part of the Agapi's boat club concept, it is safe, fun to handle and easy to manoeuvre. The T-top comes in carbon and the tubes are of the highest quality. The boat is designed with modern technology to be light weight and fuel efficient. It has a top speed of 50kts with a 300hp Yamaha outboard. Due to its light weight and modern design, it can also be easily trailed behind a car.
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The Swedestar 370 is one of the best designed yachts in Scandinavia, first built by the yard Lidköpings Båtsnickeri in 2006. When the Swedestar 370 was developed, the opinions of the best sailors was listened to. The result became a yacht fun to sail, with great sailing abilities, comfort and world class craftmanship was worked on and enhanced. Positive critics from yacht magazines, multiple regatta victories and loved by sailors, the Swedestar 370 is one of Scandinavia's most successful and timeless yachts ever built.
aka. NAJAD 415
Södergren designed the Swedestar 415 as a natural upgrade from the success Swedestar 370. Lidköpings Båtsnickeri built the first yacht in 2012. The yacht’s quality and performance got very positive reviews and the yacht was nominated for Boat of the Year in Sweden in the Luxury Yacht category. The yacht is also known as Najad 415, as Lidköpings Båtsnickeri bought Najad Yachts shortly after the launch, and therefore changed the model name.
Håkan Södergren has together with Oscar Södergren in 2018, developed a 68ft Scandinavian inspired classic yacht for the client Classic Swedish Yachts. The yacht is to be built with the same advanced method as the famous J-Craft 40. The Swede 68 has been given a modern slim-medium displacement hull for a classic with circular bottom underwater cross sections. For a respectable sail plan, she is given a modern L-keel with a deep weight distribution. The 54 ft (16.20 m) waterline will offer a hull speed of about 15 knots. The Swede 68 is designed with a long shear line and clean diagonal lines for ultimate beauty. All renderings are by Oscar Södergren.
Read more: http://classicyachts.se/
TARAC 330 / TARAC 33
Interest in Tarac 33 has been great during the time the boat not has been in production. There are now plans for a new production under new management. There are still a lot of interest after several successful seasons on the racecourses.
Flipper 705 - More info coming
Flipper 605 is one of the most successful boats for Flipper Boats in Finland.
More info coming
Uttern Boats is one of Sweden’s oldest and most recognized power boat company’s. Södergren Design was 2003 chosen as the designer of their new model program. Uttern D66 is one of the most recognized models. More info coming.