$10,603,375 Price Reduction on the 203' (61.87m) Feadship Superyacht SEA OWL

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The 203’ (61.87m) Feadship Superyacht SEA OWL has received a price reduction of $10,603,375. Listed with Yacht Brokers Kevin Merrigan and Wes Sanford, the luxury yacht’s asking price has changed from €89,000,000 to $90,000,000. SEA OWL is docked in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

This pristine superyacht was launched in 2013 by the illustrious yacht builder Feadship, embodying the pure, meticulous craftsmanship of her maker and the impression creative vision of her owners. Partnering with Winch Designs for the configuration of both her interior and exterior, Feadship ensured that SEA OWL would fulfill a yacht enthusiast’s every dream and more. With the utmost care and passion of her owners, SEA OWL is in incomparable condition, fully equipped with the latest technologies to ensure cruising and activity at sea is pleasant, exciting and safe.

SEA OWL’s design takes influences from literature throughout her unique ambiance, spotlighting personalized detailing and a sumptuous on-water stay for 14 welcomed guests. Within her breathtaking interior, SEA OWL features an immaculate main salon with a distinct atmosphere leaving those aboard in awe of its design. This truly covetable space offers lavish couches, antique furniture and a formal dining salon accompanied by a gorgeous mural backdrop and an elegant Dale Chihuly Venetian glass chandelier. SEA OWL’s main salon entices guests to come and relax in natural lighting and the open breeze with massive windows on both sides and fully opening glass doors. Though impossible to choose just one of her many features, SEA OWL’s amazing Tree of Life staircase design champions what it means to have a bespoke luxury yacht. Hand-carved and custom-made from Brazilian Mahogany, this masterpiece converges art and architecture, wrapping around the onboard elevator and championing master design.

For those lucky enough to stay overnight aboard this prime superyacht, SEA OWL offers seven sumptuous staterooms, each with their own homage to her themes – from masquerade balls to pirate tales. The master stateroom is simply incomparable, offering inordinate space that truly realizes a full 40’ beam space. It spotlights a private office with gorgeous views, a custom replica of an 18th-century French desk and a breathtaking en-suite bath. She additionally offers six other guest staterooms, including three VIP suites with their own literary influences, as well as, a cabin intelligently designed for nannies, extra crew, or even additional guests.

Her additional spaces match SEA OWL’s grandeur fully. The bridge serves as a place for guests to congregate, socialize and enjoy life at sea. It offers a full-beam skylounge with a unique movie theater set-up, a large gym with a massage room, and even a classroom for lessons on the water. SEA OWL’s decks provide numerous opportunities for sunbathing, swimming, barbecuing and even more on-water activities to entertain family and friends while at sea. With an array of toys and tenders, as well as luxury amenities, SEA OWL brings a new take on luxury yachting.

For more information, media requests and photos of SEA OWL, contact N&J’s press team. 

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