Feadship’s Eye-Catching Sea Owl

  • Diane M. Byrne

The 203-foot Sea Owl, built by Feadship’s Royal Van Lent shipyard and designed by Andrew Winch, features a head-turning green hull. But the yacht’s detailed interior is jaw dropping. The lucky few who will have the opportunity to view the yacht’s interior—Sea Owl is strictly for private use and not charter—will get to see firsthand the abundant intricately hand-carved wood featured throughout the yacht. There is, of course, more to Sea Owl than just joinery. The yacht was commissioned for family travel, so to that end two children’s staterooms, which are in proximity to a nanny’s cabin, complement the master suite. Three guest staterooms round out the accommodations. (www.feadship.com)

 

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