Delivered in 2013 and designed by Winch Design, Sea Owl sports a striking green hull and white superstructure colour scheme that is matched by her tenders.
The sun deck is partially enclosed to create a light-filled dining saloon with an adjacent pantry that occupies a good part of the interior on this deck.
Andrew Winch has designed seven Feadships to date, including the 99 metre Madame Gu. He says Sea Owl was one of the most complex projects he has ever handled.
Part of the complexity on board Sea Owl is in the number of details inside the interior. These include the silk and wool carpet hand-knotted in Nepal, the Dale Chihuly chandelier made of Venetian glass and a basin carved like a gem from a single block of crystal.
The al fresco cinema on board Sea Owl. The superyacht's spa pool can be seen in the background.
Sea Owl's dining area features a large round dining table that sits under a stunning Dale Chihuly Venetian glass chandelier with a muraled backdrop by DKT Artworks.
Sea Owl's high-volume interior accommodates 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.
Sea Owl's lower deck hosts a pirate-theme children's stateroom, complete with a barrel shower and a treasure chest that doubles as a desk. The pirate themed murals were penned by DKT Artworks.