The innovative Swift Trawler 54 passagemaker includes a stunning cockpit and a spacious flybridge, all with soft seating and luxury touches. It offers a terrace to the sea.

The stern boasts a 400 kg tender lift, ample storage for kayaks and paddleboards and a hydraulic swim platform with adaptive dinghy chocks. On the foredeck, the U-shaped seating area with an inset table easily converts into a huge sunpad, with dedicated fender stowage underneath.  

The gentle “S” sheerline line that rises towards the bow gives the hull a purposeful, timeless stance. The clean low profile flybridge above the continuous glass superstructure gives an overall lightness while retaining all the strength needed for a true passagemaker. 

Naval Architect: Dixon Naval Architects
Design: Andreani Design


The visually stunning interior environment boasts a well-appointed galley with a raised passagemaker dinette, a large saloon and an attractive “architectural” flybridge stair.

Built with six berths, with the option for an additional single crew berth, the layout is perfect for long family cruises. The separate shower cubicles feature Corian flooring with the addition of a rain shower in the ensuite of the full beam aft owner cabin.  

To mark the 140 years of BENETEAU heritage, an upgraded refined finish comes as standard, using premium materials to create an open space that feels elegant and sophisticated while also remaining warm, social and functional.


• Category B: 14 people • Category C: 14 people