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Royal Huisman Sailing Yacht Sea Eagle I Sold

3 September 2020By Malcolm Maclean

The 43.3 metre sailing yacht Sea Eagle I, listed for sale by Burgess, has been sold with the buyer introduced by KK Superyachts.

Built in aluminium by Dutch yard Royal Huisman to a design by German Frers, she was delivered in 2015 and received a thorough refit earlier in 2020. Rhoades Young has created a clean-lined contemporary interior and ports in the Royal blue hull keep the spaces bright. Her deck saloon offers all round views and there is a formal dining area to starboard and a lounge area to port. A spiral staircase aft leads down to three of her four cabins, welcoming up to eight guests in all.

Sea Eagle I was asking €18,000,000

While Sea Eagle I is expected to put in a good showing at regattas, she has been engineered to be a comfortable vessel to cruise in. Her vast social spaces are an important part of this, ensuring guests stay connected whether underway or at anchor.

The unique awning-covered tea deck and dining area on Sea Eagle I is a great spot for outdoor dining or relaxation in the shaded seating area. And inside, the deckhouse includes a dining table and sofas to allow all guests to interact whether dining or lounging on board.

She has a high-aspect carbon fibre mast that towers 57 metres above the water and carries upwind over 1,000 square metres of standing sail. With well-positioned sightlines from the twin helm stations and an adjoining cockpit, the crew are given a commanding view. Under power, her top speed is 15 knots and her power comes from a 715hp Caterpillar C-18 diesel engine.

Lying in Palma de Mallorca, Sea Eagle I was asking €18,000,000.

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