Project 400 is progressing on schedule; her carbon composite Rondal Panamax rig will be installed upon launch at Royal Huisman Amsterdam to ready her for sea trials and on-board crew training.
With an imposing overall length and sturdy plumb bow, Sea Eagle II will be ranked among the top 10 of the world’s largest sailing yachts. Upon delivery to her owner this spring, Sea Eagle II will be the world’s largest aluminium sailing yacht.
Project 400 was unveiled at the 2016 Monaco Yacht Show by the joint team of Royal Huisman, Dykstra Naval Architects, designer Mark Whiteley and the yard’s Asia-Pacific representative, Bart Kimman. The assembly of Project 400’s aluminium hull started in June 2017.
Royal Huisman Project 400 specs
Exterior styling: Dykstra Naval Architects and Mark Whiteley Design
Naval Architecture: Dykstra Naval Architects
Interior Design: Mark Whiteley Design
Builder: Royal Huisman
Year of delivery: 2020
Length: 81m / 266ft
Classification: Lloyd’s MCA (LY-3)
Owners / guests accommodation: 12
Crew accommodation: 13
Masts & booms: Rondal (carbon)
Height of masts: Panamax