Built in Taiwan and launched in 2021, Crowned Eagle was constructed in GRP and measures 28.66 metres LOA. Designed by Cor D. Rover in collaboration with Horizon Yachts, she is defined by Horizon's proprietary High Performance Piercing Bow design, hybrid hull shape, and tunnel design - distinctive features of the FD series that contribute to quick cruising speeds, high stability and increased interior volumes.
Accommodation on board is for a total of 10 guests in a full beam master suite and four lower deck guest cabins, all with en suite bathroom facilities. The staff quarters allow for a crew of four.
The galley, formal dining area and saloon are combined into one large open-plan area, with a dining table seating 10 guests and the lounge area offering armchairs, a drinks table to starboard and a widescreen TV for movie nights.
Al fresco entertaining takes place on the uppermost deck, complete with a lounge, cocktail bar, barbecue, a hot tub for six guests, sun pads and a fridge with an icemaker. Closer to the water, the beach club offers a Hi/Lo swim platform for easy access to the sea as well as an additional drinks bar with a fridge and ice maker. A flybridge offers additional seating with a coffee table for enjoying the views at cocktail hour.
Twin 1,900hp Caterpillar diesel engines power Crowned Eagle to a cruising speed of 10 knots topping out at 19.4 knots.
Lying in Fort Lauderdale, US, Crowned Eagle was asking $9,595,000.