The 81 m long Sea Eagle II schooner was built by the Dutch shipyard Royal Huisman. Today it is one of the largest superyachts in the world. Despite all the restrictions due to COVID-19 and the quarantine in the Netherlands, Royal Huisman continues to work even in such difficult times, observing strict rules.
The naval architecture of the schooner was developed by Dykstra Naval Architects, and the design came off the drawing board of Mark Whiteley. The exterior of the Sea Eagle II embodies the owner's desire to travel around the world: it is fast, but at the same time, very comfortable and presentable.
The characteristic superstructure has a half-raised bridge for steering the yacht from the inside. During the cruise, the schooner can be fully controlled from the flybridge. There is also a sunbathing area and comfortable seating for those guests who like to be close to navigation. The closed main cockpit under the flybridge houses a bar, large table and sofas.
The superyacht is made even more attractive by a variety of innovative features. For example, between the cockpit and the interiors, Rondal's newest sliding door with individually controllable glass panels is installed. And from the flybridge control point, you can take a dizzying journey up the mainmast on a hydraulic crow's nest to admire the most beautiful scenery.
Expected that Sea eagle ii will be delivered to the owner after the superyacht has completely passed the entire scheduled test program.
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