Seagull of Cayman is a classic build that has been impeccably maintained, with a major refit in 2006 and three-year refit program from 2015-2017.
Work undertaken in her multi-million Euro refit has included steel work on her bottom, replacement of 95% of engine room piping, new zero speed stabilisers for added comfort at sea, a full new Awlgrip paint job, a huge new sun pad on the upper deck, a new entertainment system throughout the yacht and much more. New interior styling by Patrick Khayat has given her interior a refresh in a ‘modern classic’ style, that pays tribute to all her classic features whilst bringing her in line with today.
The main salon and dining salon, located aft, are huge spaces, bigger than that of most yachts of this size, and feature formal dining, leather seating, an entertainment set up, desk and more. Beautiful styling includes the original Feadship joinery, custom silk carpet, leather and brass in true keeping with the yacht’s overall style. The salon opens out to the aft deck, accessed by double teak and glass doors, expanding this space even more if desired. Home to a round glass table with seating for 10 this deck space is perfect for enjoying al fresco meals and gatherings. Moving upwards, the extensive flybridge provides additional guest space, with huge sun pads, seating, barbeque and space to relax.
Seagull of Cayman has six staterooms, sleeping 12 guests, with nine crew berths. The master suite located on the main deck, features a private bath area with beautiful marble, a centre line king bed that affords panoramic views to both port and starboard, an entertainment system and walk in wardrobes. Five guest cabins are located on the lower deck, accessed by a traditional staircase, all finished to high Feadship standard. The cabins count two mirror image staterooms that can be either twin or kings, a smaller cabin with two single berths, another twin/king cabin and a final twin. The guest space is also home to a wine cellar and generous storage spaces.
A New York Native, Kevin Bonnie learned to sail at an early age. After graduating from college in New York, he went to sea on yachts and served as deck hand, chef, engineer, first mate and Captain. Kevin returned ashore as a yacht broker in the Pacific Northwest and used his training in both business and yachting to build a reputation for integrity, honesty and going the extra mile for his clients. After a two year interlude in the financial markets of Wall Street and London, Kevin moved to the south of France to pursue his dream of selling megayachts. After three years with Monaco Marine, learning the European market and studying French intensively, he launched and is now managing partner of IYC’s original European office. He enjoys working and living in Monte Carlo while taking care of all his global clientele.