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.
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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