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Fennix Swordfish S

Fennix-Swordfish S-top


Intermediate Ski

The all new Fennix version of the Swordfish S has seen the countries most popular ski go one step further. The Fennix Swordfish S has finer lines and new front half of the ski, that makes for an extremely responsive craft while maintaining the stability and feel of the older model.

The Fennix Swordfish S offers amazing downwind surfing ability, and is the next step up from the XT  range or for those looking for greater speed and a new challenge.

So what’s different to the previous model?  

  • Shape of the bow deck (nose) is tapered down – this is visually the biggest difference
  • Increased volume in the front of the ski and slightly more v-shape on the front half of the hull 
  • Improved downwind surfing performance
  • Seat design has changed slightly – still super comfortable!
  • The width of the ski at the paddle entrance is narrower by approximately 1cm
  • Rudder position has remained the same as the previous model


Length:  6.1m

Width:   45cm

Seat Width:   40.5cm

Construction Options and Pricing

Construction  Weight  Price
 Glass Vac   14.5kg   $3,350
 Hybrid   12.5kg   $3,950
 Carbon   11.0kg   $4,800


*Weights are approximate and may vary slightly.

Construction Information

Glass Vac

  • Vacuum bagged fibreglass, vinylester resin.​
  • Fenn vacuum bag all layups which give a consistent weight and even spread of resin throughout the ski. The glass vac layup offers the customer an affordable ski.


  • Vacuum bagged fibreglass/carbon, epoxy resin.
  • The Hybrid layup uses a special layer of carbon and fibreglass interwoven fabric along with another layer of fibreglass. This layup creates strength while reducing weight enabling a more affordable product. There is very little difference between full carbon and hybrid layups in ​weight making this layup a first-class racing product.


  • Vacuum bagged carbon, epoxy resin.
  • This layup is the premium layup for these types of craft. Carbon and epoxy are used and vacuum bagged to create the lightest and stiffest craft possible.