Eileen II represents some of the most beautiful in the sailboat world. She was designed and constructed by Alfred Mylne and built at the renowned Alexander Stephen & Son yard in Glasgow. She had her maiden voyage just after launch in 1934. With classic lines reminding us of a bygone age, there is no doubt that Eileen II is completely unique in both Norwegian and international context.
Eileen II combines all the features that make up a fantastic classic wooden sail. Beyond being the most beautiful lady on the sea, she offers plenty of space, comfort, speed and golden opportunities as a charter boat. The current owners have not spared anything in terms of maintenance and to keep her in such a state of merit deserves to be. All of the work is done with professional precision and accuracy to historical details by professional professionals.
- Hull material: Wood
- Dimensions: 28.04m x 5.26m x 3.54m
- Yard: Alexander Stephen & Son yard in Glasgow
- Designer: Alfred Mylne
- Year built: 1934
- Location: Høvik, Norway
- Displacement: 78 Tons
- VAT status: VAT not paid
- Engine: Caterpillar 3306T with 285 horsepower
- Price: € 1.020.000