Sneek, in the northern Netherlands, is home to the Leonardo Yachts factory, where the Eagle 36, Eagle 44, and Eagle 54 are built. Inspired by the effortless class of J-class yachts, these boats turn heads with their classic lines and fantastic performance on the water.
If you have dreamt of daysailers that do not compromise on looks, quality, or ease of handling, the Eagle is a timeless sailing yacht guaranteed to thrill her owner for many years to come.
Sailing an Eagle should be uncomplicated fun
Designed for coastal and inland sailing, the Eagle 36’s elongated waterline allows for easy, spirited sailing, even in a light breeze. A V-berth and head allow for longer voyages aboard Strong, durable teak decking and mahogany woodwork complement modern conveniences that make the Eagle 36 a lovely, manageable boat to sail and own. The cockpit of the 36 can comfortably accommodate 8, though the boat is designed for easy single-handing seldom found on daysailers of this size.
Diesel 11 Gallons
Freshwater 11 Gallons
Waste 8 Gallons
Designed by Gerard Dykstra & Partners (well-known for great success with sailing yachts Hanuman and Rainbow,) the Eagle 44 presents a perfect marriage of functionality and beautiful design. The Eagle 44 is designed to be single-handed if desired, but offers a spacious cockpit with plentiful space for up to 8. Ample storage, a handsome mahogany table, a sink, and bar box can be found in the cockpit of the 44. A double V-berth and head may be found belowdecks, allowing for longer trips.
Draft 4’5″ or 6’7″
Diesel 13 Gallons
Freshwater 18 Gallons
Waste 13 Gallons
Leonardo Yachts worked very closely with Hoek design to create the elegant Eagle 54. Her long waterline allows for very comfortable, fast sailing with a semi-customizable interior. The Eagle 54 can be easily single-handed, thanks to deliberate jib winch placement and an electric mainsheet winch.
Draft 7’3″ or 9’2″
Diesel 40 Gallons
Freshwater 47 Gallons
Waste 26 Gallons