The SEALYON yacht is a 62.0m superyacht built by Viareggio Superyacht in 2009 at their Italian shipyard. She was originally named Candyscape II.
She was originally built for British property developers, Nick and Christian Candy to replace their previous yacht, Candyscape.
In 2011, she was sold by the Candys to British investor Anthony Lyons, who listed SEALYON for sale asking for 29,500,000 EUR.
|Designer:||Espen Øino International|
|Interior Design:||Candy & Candy|
|Engines:||2 x Caterpillar|
SEALYON Yacht Interior
The SEALYON yacht interior was penned by English design house Candy & Candy.
Her interiors are inspired by 1930s Hollywood glamour and feature contemporary classic styling.
Some of the eccentric materials that can be found on the inside of the vessel include dark wood, rosewood, and metallic accents.
Following the 30’s concept, the interiors are Art Deco styled giving Great Gatsby vibes.
The main salon is decorated with a Schimmel piano and the owner’s special art collection.
She can accommodate up to 10 guests across six luxury cabins, including the owner’s cabin, a VIP room, and four convertible guest cabins. She can also carry 16 crew members on board.
The master suite is located on deck level and features panoramic views, as well as a private dressing room and an ensuite bathroom decorated in Grigio Carnico marble.
The amenities this stunning yacht offers include a gym on deck, jacuzzi, treadmill, free weights, HDTV TV, iPod system, air-conditioning, and WIFI.
SEASON is also equipped with an exclusive variety of toys such as jet skis, seasons, wakeboard, waterski, banana, doughnut, and snorkeling equipment.
SEALYON Yacht Exterior
The SEA LYON yacht features exterior design by Espen Øino International and naval architecture by Studio Ing. A. Arnaboldi.
Her gorgeous white exterior is defined by clean and geometrical lines giving her a contemporary aesthetic. It is built with a steel hull and aluminum superstructure.
The vessel has a modern stabilization system to help reduce the roll and side-to-side effect, making the cruising experience even more comfortable and safe.
She has a 23’ Castoldi tender and a U-shaped lounge for guests to enjoy the open air.
SEALYON Yacht Specifications
The SEALYON yacht is powered by twin Caterpillar engines which give her a cruising speed of 15.0 knots with a range of 4,000 nautical miles. She can reach a maximum speed of 17 knots.
This superyacht has a beam of 11.02m, a draft of 3.2m, and a gross tonnage of 1,065. She has a fuel capacity of 141,000 liters and can carry up to 39,000 liters of water.
The award-winning yacht is built to comply MCA (Maritime and Coastguard Agency) and RINA (Royal Institution of Naval Architects) specifications.
She won first prize at the World Superyacht International for Best Displacement Motor Yacht in 2010.
Additionally, she is a PADI Certified Training Center and an Approved RYA Water Sports Centre.
She is currently sailing under the United Kingdom flag, she has an annual running cost that goes from $1 to $3 million.
The SEALYON yacht is not listed for sale, but she’s available for charter.
Her weekly rates go from 325,000 to 375,000 EUR, depending on the season. Consider these prices don’t include expenses.
SEALYON Yacht Owner
Early this year, the SEALYON yacht was sold at Northrop & Johnson by Kevin Merrigan and Bob Frisky.
According to some websites, the buyer was introduced by Kurt Bosshardt from Denison Yachting.
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