The vessel, of less than 500gt, has an aluminium superstructure and a displacement of 570 tons, whilst her variable keel length allows for a draught that goes from 4.3 to 12.3m. Designed by Perini Navi in collaboration with Ron Holland, she has a total sail plan area of 2.125sqm featuring two aluminium masts of 62 and 52m. With her carbon fibre booms, spreaders, foils and head-stays for the first time, Perini Navi has also used carbon fibre for the standing rigging. On the foredeck a new generation of fully recessed furlers for the head-sails has been created by the Perini Navi Mast Division.
The interiors, penned by French designer Christian Liaigre, have a refined and elegant contemporary feel with traditional maritime elements. The three principal areas on Seahawk’s main deck - dining room, living room and office - are planned around a staircase, an element that unites the three levels of the yacht.
The lower deck has four en suite guest cabins and a full-beam owner’s suite whose original layout features two double beds placed diagonally across from each other and sliding walls that can be closed to divide the suite into two for charter use.
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