Weighing in at 6,500GT, Sea Hawk has Polar Ice 6 classification and will feature oversized propellers and machinery to withstand ice interaction and debris.
She is equipped with over three months of storage capacity, and, with both diesel and electric propulsion and a range of 12,000nm, Sea Hawk is a superyacht designed to handle long periods at sea cruising the most remote and inaccessible parts of our world’s oceans.
According to Hawk Yachts, during the design process they “ask(ed) the question, why limit yourself?” They explained that this ethos is deeply engrained into the design of Sea Hawk;, “This vision is at the core of this ‘ocean-up’ build, incorporating over 35 features, allowing safe voyaging in extreme conditions, but at the same time never losing focus that this is a superyacht design.”
Hawk Yachts’ captain Matthias Bosse and his team will be introducing Sea Hawk at the Monaco Yacht Club at the 2016 Monaco Yacht Show, held from 23rd to 26th September, in order to find the first owner.
With the yard tender completed, and a shortlist of already drafted, Hawk Yachts is prepared to begin construction on the first vessel once the first order has been placed.
Hawk Yachts is also reportedly working on two more designs for 50m and 80m yachts with the same explorer characteristics as the Sea Hawk.
For more information, visit Hawk Yachts.