Cedar Sea II

Cedar Sea II

About Cedar Sea II

Launched in 1986, Cedar Sea II’s owner initially commissioned a smaller yacht. “If I have to wait three years for a 40 meter yacht, I might as well have a 60 meter plus version,” was his memorable response when told how full order books were at the time. Cedar Sea II, was commissioned by a jeweler, whose exquisite tiaras had graced most of the world’s royal families. Highly enthusiastic, the owner visited the Feadship yard every 10 days or so to add extra, self-designed touches to the interior. These included a stunning array of precious metals and antique art, which were incorporated throughout the yacht.


General info
  • Launch name Cedar Sea II
  • Current name Cedar Sea II
  • Build year 1986
  • Hull number 751
  • Yard Royal Van Lent
  • Length 63.60m / 208'8''
  • Beam 10.20m / 33'6''
  • Draught 3.20m / 10'6''
  • Speed 16 knots

  • Fuel Capacity 132,600 litres / 35,080 US gallons
  • Water Capacity 64,000 litres / 16,930 US gallons

  • Naval Architect De Voogt Naval Architects
  • Interior Design Jon Bannenberg
  • Interior Design Jon Bannenberg

  • Main Engines 2x M.A.N. Marine Diesel Engines, model 12V 20/27 of 1630 hp at 1000 rpm each