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The ship founds the right combination of utility, comfort, performance, design and aesthetic taste.The naval architecture of Seahawk comes from the drawing boards of the internal team of the Viareggio shipyard together with the work of Ron Holland, a famous designer based in Vancouver.Perini Navi designed the exterior design while the interior was designed and created by the famous French designer Christian Liaigre, who opted for dark, warm and natural shades.The open plan saloon is bathed in natural light as it is separated from the cockpit by large glass windows while the main aft saloon has an intimate and comfortable atmosphere.The Seahawk also differs in the abundant amount of space available outside, with large wells both in the bow and in the stern and a beautiful terrace overlooking the sea that extends to the bow of the ship. This also functions as accommodation for two 21-foot tenders.Do not miss the outdoor dining area on the flybridge and two swimming platforms, one located on the transom and one on the left side.Up to 12 guests and 11 crew members can be accommodated on board the modern ketch. The luxurious suites include a full beam master with two double beds at opposite ends of the room, making it possible to divide the room into two VIP suites.The ship is equipped with two MTU 8V 2000 M72 engines and two propellers, with a maximum speed of 15.5 knots.Seahawk was sold in 2019 and, at the time of sale, the asking price was € 29,750,000.
July 2020 © Mediterranean Yachting Magazine
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