SEA EAGLE II: winner of the ‘Best Naval Architecture Sailing Yachts’ Award
SEA EAGLE II: winner of the ‘Best Naval Architecture Sailing Yachts’ Award7 July 2021
…who feel particularly honored by this recognition by Boat International’s Design & Innovation Awards. The jury says: “She is not just a large cruising yacht with global capability but a beautiful boat that sails well.”
SEA EAGLE II – Naval Architecture: Dykstra Naval Architects – Exterior styling: Dykstra Naval Architects and Mark Whiteley Design – Interior: Mark Whiteley Design – Rig and sail handling: Panamax masts and Integrated Sailing System by Rondal – Builder: Royal Huisman (2020)
The dramatic and purposeful contemporary lines of the stunning 81m / 266ft three-masted schooner SEA EAGLE II with plumb bow, powerful Panamax rig and effortless mile-devouring performance ensure that she will be recognised with admiration, on passage or at anchor, all over the globe. Realised by Royal Huisman, together with an outstanding team of client and industry colleagues, SEA EAGLE II is the world’s largest aluminium sailing yacht. A true headturner.
The Owner’s brief for SEA EAGLE II was very clear: the yacht needed to offer outstanding passage-making performance so that the Owner could take in as much of the world under sail as possible. Above all, it had to be a true sailor’s superyacht – practical, powerful, safe, sea kindly and easily managed. The Owner’s priorities were functionality and resilience, favouring simplicity and reliability over unnecessary frills.
Seatrail photos can be found at this website by following the links to YACHTS and DELIVERED YACHTS [click here for a link]. Background information and many more photos of SEA EAGLE II can be expected in the near future (also for press publications).