The 28 meter motor yacht seahawk was sold by Gabriele Modica Ragusa at Northrop & Johnson, with the buyer being represented by Dimitris Molfesis at DM Yachts.
The yacht, built by Italian manufacturer Falcon Yachts with a fiberglass hull and delivered in 2011, is one of the most successful Cantieri Navali Falcon models on the market, according to the shipyard.
seahawk demanded €1,750,000
All images courtesy of Northrop & Johnson
seahawk shows the external styles of Stefano Righini, while the interior and naval architecture have been worked on internally. Her last overhaul came in 2017, which saw her upgrade her amenities and navigation technology.
The yacht takes full advantage of her 6.6 meter beam and accommodates up to eight guests in four cabins, each with ensuite bathroom, vanity and integrated entertainment systems. Quarters for a crew of four are also located on the lower deck.
Accommodation is for eight guests in four cabins
The main saloon features leather seating, alongside a large screen TV with ample storage space whilst a dining table is positioned aft.
Elsewhere, the flybridge houses a custom hardtop bimini, second dining table, kitchenette and BBQ. Adjacent to this outdoor dining area is a second helm station and crane that deploys the yacht’s tenders and toys.
Two MTU 16V2000M91 diesel engines propel the yacht to a top speed of 28 knots, a cruising speed of 23 knots and an economical speed of 14 knots.
seahawk demanded €1,750,000.