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Mondomarine & Luiz de Basto Join Forces For The SeaFalcon Sport Yacht

By Victor Baker


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The SeaFalcon superyacht has been revealed just a couple of months ago at the 2015 Monaco Yacht Show. This beautiful, three-deck vessel was designed by Mondomarine and Luiz de Basto, two big names in the yachting industry which teamed up to design a breathtaking sport yacht, boasting elegance and speed.

The mono-volume vessel encompasses the hull and main deck, both framed by a long arch housing the upper deck and the long flybridge. The hull shape was sliced open towards the aft deck, featuring an eye catching Tuscan red structural element.

The upper deck, flybridge and hard top supports were imagined in a radial way, right along the top arch, in an effort to get a sleek, compact and unified shape.

The accommodations on SeaFalcon include a spacious owner’s cabin on the main deck forwards and five guest staterooms on the lower deck. The main deck also shows off the main salon and formal dining room, as well as a spacious skylounge salon and a charming convertible indoor/outdoor dining area.


The wonderful outdoor areas continue with the amazing flybridge, fitted with a sunbathing area which surrounds the hot tub, a full-size bar, al-fresco dining, gourmet galley, and a small lounge where up to 10 passengers may cool off and enjoy their day.

The fore deck provides additional seating and an extra sunbathing area, while the beach club found here, with a bar and resting area, seems like the best place to socialize.

Offering the ideal mix between speed and comfort, SeaFalcon shows off a high-performance hull, as well as the numbers to match: an average speed of 22-27 knots, depending on the engine selection, and price-tags that will surely leave anyone breathless.



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About Victor Baker

Victor is our go-to associate editor for anything with four wheels – and more! With over a decade of experience in automotive journalism, his expertise spans from classic cars to the latest in electric vehicle technology. Beyond vehicles, he has broadened his editorial reach to cover a wide range of topics, from technology and travel to lifestyle and environmental issues. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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