Finnish yacht builder Nautor's Swan delivered the beiderbeck designed (naval architecture by German Frers) 32m sailing yacht CHILD OF LIR (ex TI-COYO) in September 2014.

CHILD OF LIR photos by Nautor’s Swan, Eva-Stina Kjellman, and Dijana Nukic

The most exciting feature is the owner suite at the stern. The original experienced owner waived a stern garage for the tender to have space for a suite with big glass sliding doors and direct access to the sea. The view must be currently unique on a sailing yacht. The main tender is stored in a bay on the foredeck. A second 4m tender can be stored between the glass door and transom door.

The superstructure has a raised saloon (RS) and a clean deck layout. The raised saloon with fully operative helm station gives an elegant and sporty profile combined with a panoramic view over the sea.

CHILD OF LIR is performance-oriented with best comfort and luxury. The hull and superstructure are constructed of carbon fiber. The experienced owner wanted a very functionally and safety yacht to cruise with a small crew. Because Nautor’s Swan equipped her with a furling mainsail and furling a self-tacking jib, she can be easily handled with a small crew.

When the owner wants privacy in the main cockpit aft, the crew can navigate in a small cockpit in front of the mast. There is also a separate companionway to the crew area.  The central cockpit is spacious and has a fixed bimini with a foldable top. The twin helm station has comfortable seating.

CHILD OF LIR accommodates up to five guests including owner and a crew up to four people. Also, the crew section is luxuriously designed in the same style as the remaining interior.

The yacht was listed for sale with an asking price of € 9.700,000 (as TI-COYO). When she was for sale under the new name CHILD OF LIR, the price was 8,500,000 EUR.

Main SpecificationsCHILD OF LIR

Length over all:31.69 m
Length waterline:29.37 m
Beam:7.57 m
Draft (fixed keel):4.00 m
Exterior Design:beiderbeck designs
Interior Design:beiderbeck designs
Naval Architecture:German Frers
Main Engine:Cummins QSL 9
Fuel Capacity:6.000 l

Layout and Sail Plan