Sea Eagle II Launched by Royal Huisman


Royal Huisman has recently launched the Sea Eagle II yacht, the largest-ever one made by them. It is a contemporary schooner having three masts. It is not only the largest yacht ever made by the shipyard from the Netherlands, but she will also be the largest sailing yacht made of aluminum once she is delivered in spring 2020. Sea Eagle II at 81m has already left the Dutch shipyard which is located in Vollenhove. It is reported that her progress is currently on schedule. The Rondal Panamax rig, the carbon composite of the yacht is ready to be installed after she is launched at the Royal Huisman in Amsterdam. She will get ready there for her trials at the sea and also the training for the onboard crews will be given.

From the data that the Superyacht Agency provided, it can be known that the average LOA of all the sailing yachts that have been delivered in the past 10 to 15 years have been around 40m, alongside a rough average of the gross tonnage for the yacht. The Sea Eagle II comprises of the 1150GT. Her LOA place is at 81m. This is the reason why she has been firmly placed in the world’s top 10 largest yachts that are used for sailing. The yacht can easily accommodate a total of 11 guests and 14 crew members.

The Sea Eagle II, designed by Mark Whiteley Design includes a bridge that is raised half and it can be used for the steering inside. The flybridge of the yacht provides full control for sailing. It can also be used as seating for the guests who wish to be near the navigation, for the relaxation areas, and sunbathing. Dykstra Naval Architects were responsible for the execution of styling the exterior of the yacht. They executed the naval architecture and structure of her too.