The mighty 62 metre motor yacht Sea Owl, listed for sale by Kevin Merrigan and Wes Sanford at Northrop & Johnson, has received a price drop of $10,603,375.
Designer Andrew Winch took full advantage of her exceptionally high-volume interior to produce family-friendly spaces accommodating 14 guests in seven cabins comprising a master suite, three VIP suites, two children’s twins and a nanny/staff cabin. All guest cabins have en suite bathroom facilities while the crew quarters sleep 18 staff aboard this yacht for sale.
The comfortable full-beam main saloon is decorated in light, neutral colours and features sumptuous furnishings. Flanked by windows and featuring fully opening sliding glass doors aft, natural light floods the space and offers guests impressive views. Her dining area features a large round dining table that sits under a stunning Dale Chihuly Venetian glass chandelier with a muraled backdrop.
She is a portal to a different world of an enchanted interior, where children learn as they play and adults can enjoy family time, work or relax miles away from land. On the lower deck is a delightful pirate-themed room; next to this is one of the daughters’ cabins with scenes from Alice in Wonderland. On the sun deck, a toothy shark grins on the walls of the freshwater spa pool.
A detailed description of this interior would fill a book, but a few details are enough to illustrate the yacht’s spirit. The central stairway features a mural, carved from Peruvian mahogany, of a magical tree rising four decks high in one continuous design, the roots grounded in the lower deck’s sole and branches reaching the sun deck.
Her top speed is 16.3 knots and she boasts a maximum cruising range of 5,700 nautical miles at 12 knots with power coming from two 2,038hp MTU 16V4000M53R diesel engines.
Sea Owl is now asking $90,000,000.