boot Düsseldorf 2019 debut: Leonardo-Yachts Eagle 37 daysailer is a real eye-catcher on the water
The excitingly beautiful, classic lines are the trademark of Leonardo-Yachts’ exclusive Daysailers in Holland. This year the Leonardo-Yachts Eagle 37 (Length: 11.15 m; beam: 2.60 m; draught: 1.25 m; engine: Volvo D1-13 12 hp sail drive) is presented as a world premiere at boot Düsseldorf 2019.
The Eagle 37 yacht is designed in close cooperation with Hoek design, one of the world’s leading offices for naval architecture. The 37 will replace the succesfull Eagle 36 and offers the same spacious cockpit but more interior space is gained in the new design.
Leonardo Yachts Eagle 37 is designed as a real daysailer fully sailed with one hand.
The cockpit of this luxury sailing yacht can comfortably accommodate several people. For easy handling, the jib winches are positioned within reach of the helmsman. For even more comfort, the winches can optionally be electrically controlled so that the sails can be adjusted at the touch of a button. With the standard manual furling genoa and the electric mainsail halyard, setting up the sails is no hassle.
The interior of Leonardo Yachts Eagle 37 is in lacquered mahogany and offers space for 3 adults through a double V lying surface and a full-length starboard bed. To complete the comfort of a Daysailer, a toilet is also standard. The Eagle 37 can be further personalised by choosing between different types of sailcloth such as the North Sails 3Di or even a full carbon rigging. The cabin can also be equipped with a sink and stove top to increase comfort for weekend stays.