Sea Pearl was built by Oceanco for the shipyard's owner in 2004. Since then she has been the recipient of several multi-million-euro refits with the current owner having spent in excess of $20,000,000 in maintenance and refit work.
Sea Pearl was delivered as Pegasus with exterior and interior design by Winch Design. Her 1184GT interior offers accommodation for 14 guests in a master suite with a forward observation lounge/private office on the main deck, a full-beam VIP cabin, and a further four guest cabins located on the lower deck that can be set up either as twins or doubles. Further accommodation sleeps a crew of 18.
The main saloon features a lounge area with low-slung coffee tables and a grand piano with a formal dining area forward that seats 12 guests beneath a crystal chandelier. A secondary dining space can be found on the upper deck, this time with a smaller circular table and red crocodile chairs, with curved sliding doors that open out on to the aft deck.
Sea Pearl is crowned with a large sundeck offering guests a swimming pool and bar, a gym with tinted sliding doors and a vast sun lounge with moveable sun pads and deck chairs. Al fresco dining can also be enjoyed on this deck beneath the shade of an awning and accompanied by a barbecue grill.
Sea Pearl was built to Lloyds Class and is MCA Code compliant. Power comes from twin CAT 3512 B DITA engines offering a top speed of 15 knots and a range of 5,000 nautical miles at 12.5 knots.