Delivered in 1993, Sea Falcon II underwent a major refit between 2015 and 2017 at Varadero Port Denia and another in 2022, which has kept the yacht in excellent condition. Exterior styling and naval architecture is owed to German studio Gerhard Gilgenast.
Accommodation is for 11 guests across five cabins, with further space for 11 crew. This includes an ensuite owner's cabin forward on the main deck, complete with bathtub and shower. There are also two double cabins and a further two twins on the lower deck. Her classic Kerry Alabastro interiors incorporate warm teak, cream-coloured carpetry and subtle blue accents throughout.
On deck, the main deck aft is arranged for al fresco dining while the flybridge offers far-flung views from the Jacuzzi or the forward-facing bar area. When the two tenders are in use, the bridge deck aft is converted into a large area for guest use.
Powered by twin Caterpillar engines, Sea Falcon II can reach a maximum speed of 15.5 knots and a cruising speed of 13 knots.
Sea Falcon II 's last known asking price was €7,900,000.