After one year on the market, the 43.3-metre sailing yacht Sea Eagle I has been sold. Burgess represented the seller in the deal whereas KK Superyachts brought in the buyer. Photo: BurgessBuilt by the Dutch shipyard Royal Huisman in 2015, Sea Eagle I revisited the yard last year for a refit. Her naval architecture and exterior design comes from the drawing boards of German Frers, with interiors by the British studio Rhoades Young Design to meet the original owner’s plans to cruise the world and participate in various superyacht regattas along the way.Photo: BurgessPhoto: BurgessOn board, guests can enjoy the large sun lounge with its alfresco dining area and nearby swim platform. The lower deck houses accommodation for up to eight guests in four cabins including a full-beam master stateroom with private access.Photo: BurgessPhoto: BurgessPhoto: BurgessAt the time of sale, Sea Eagle I had a last asking price of €18,000,000.