World’s largest aluminium sailing superyacht
World's largest aluminium sailing superyacht now available for charter
Launched in 2020 at the Dutch shipyard, the three-masted schooner “Sea Eagle II” has recently become available for charter. The 259-foot-long yacht has just undergone a refit that ensures it offers guests the ultimate sailing yacht charter experience.
Designed by Dykstra Naval Architects, superyacht SEA EAGLE boasts an elegant exterior, while bright interiors are penned by Mark Whiteley Design. Combining a classic look with superb modern amenities, the luxurious charter yacht is sure to turn heads wherever she sails.
However, as well as being an aesthetically pleasing yacht with real presence on the water, SEA EAGLE is also a yacht that sails at double-digit knots and takes just minutes to set sail from her anchorage.
Originally, SEA EAGLE was intended to be a more traditional yacht, similar to the 79m/259ft charter yacht ATHENA built by Royal Huisman in 2004. However, the owner quickly decided that he would prefer a more modern yacht: a fast-looking hull form with straight lines, a long waterline and a plumb bow. The concept of the SEA EAGLE was put into practice, resulting in one of the ten largest sailing yachts ever built.
Now, guests on the yacht charter market can see for themselves the elegance and sophistication of this modern yacht as she cruises the Caribbean and captivates passers-by in idyllic locations such as Bermuda and the Bahamas.
She is, in every sense, a sensational superyacht destined for greatness.
From her beautiful open-air cinema to her numerous alfresco dining areas, there are plenty of options on board where guests can sit back, relax and entertain in style.
The yacht accommodates up to 12 guests in six elegantly appointed cabins and is versatile for a variety of charter party configurations. She can also accommodate up to 14 crew members on board for a relaxed luxury yacht experience.