The Dutch shipyard Royal Huisman has announced its latest project Sea Eagle has officially left the yard in Vollenhove, Netherlands on schedule.

Featuring a dark blue hull and chevy white superstructure, the 43m sloop was designed by naval architect German Frers and interior designer Rhoades Young.

The sale of the sailing yacht in South East Asia represents the development of increased business synergy between the Dutch shipyard and the region. This relationship is also assisted by regional liaison Bart J. Kimman, director of Northrop & Johnson Asia.

Sea Eagle

The extension of both the Royal Huisman paint and refit halls, by 10m and 15m respectively,will soon begin. The halls will have high-intensity lighting, and better air flow, temperature and humidity controls  in order to increase the workflow in the halls. It will also boost Royal Huisman's capacity to accommodate 60m new build or refit projects in four of its halls, and a 90m vessel in the fifth hall.

Royal Huisman build halls

Sea Eagle is expected to be delivered to an offshore sailor from Taiwan after completing all sea trials.

Builder: Royal Huisman
LOA: 43m
Naval Architect: German Frers
Interior designer: Rhoades Young
Delivery date: June, 2015


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