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Classic 40m Feadship

SEAGULL OF CAYMAN, a well-owned, well cared for Classic Canoe Stern Feadship, thoughout her life.She was built as “ENTEPRISE III” then “ALMA”,”CAMDEN” and “BIG EAGLE” before becoming “SEAGULL OF CAYMAN” with the same owner for more than 20 years. With 6 staterooms, including an on deck Master, and fly bridge, she is truly a delightful and rare yacht. It is obvious she has been blessed with a knowledgeable owner and crew, and perhaps most exciting of all; she is a classic yacht that has been upgraded with care and forethought.

Seagull of Cayman was built in steel and aluminium by the Dutch yard Feadship to a design by De Voogt Naval Architects and delivered in 1980 with a full refit in 2006. With interior styling by Robin Rose, she accommodates 12 guests in an on-deck master suite and five double cabins, all with full en-suite bathroom facilities.

Seagull of Cayman is asking €5,900,000
Outdoors, Seagull of Cayman offers multiple choices for al fresco entertaining and dining including a large covered aft deck and an extensive flybridge sheltered by a Bimini top. Powered by twin 675hp GM engines, she has a range of 3,200 nautical miles at her cruising speed of 13 knots.

Fresh from a three-year refit programme from 2015-2017, she is now in prime condition. Work undertaken in the recent multi-million Euro refit has included steel work on her bottom, replacement of 95% of engine room piping, new zero speed stabilisers for added comfort at sea, a full new Awlgrip paint job, a huge new sun pad on the upper deck and new entertainment systems throughout this yacht for sale. In addition, her previously closed aft deck was opened up to create a very large al fresco entertainment area.


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Feadship Custom Specifications
Name: Seagull of Cayman
Year Built: 1980
Refit Year: 2017
Hull Material: Steel
Length: 40m / 131.23 feet
Beam: 8.17m / 26.80 feet
Max Draft: 2.44m / 8.01 feet
Cruising Speed: 13 knots
Cruising Speed: 14 knots
Sleeps: 12
Staterooms: 6
Crew: 9
Naval Architect: De Voogt & Voon
Interior Design: Patrick Khayat
Engines: 2 x 12V149, 675hp, General Motors
Flag: Cayman Islands