Originally built for Dr. Antoine Cloetta from Switzerland, Aiglon then belonged to Johannes, 11th Prince of Thurn and Taxis in the 80s.
Her present owner bought her in 1994 and invested over 3 million Euros in a total refit adding up a raised pilothouse and a flybridge, an elegant bowsprit, new Caterpillar engines and much more. L'Aiglon means the Eaglet in French, and was also the nickname of Napoleon’s son, François Charles Joseph Bonaparte.
Aiglon's impressive timeless interiors create an elegant atmosphere giving you feeling of a bygone era full of charm.
This sleek and graceful, yet strong and powerful 45-meter aluminium schooner from Abeking & Rasmussen will take you anywhere.
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Please contact our broker Andre Barbier:
Mobile: +34 609 622313
Office: +34 971 700844
Sleeps up to ten guests in four rooms, including a master suite. She is also capable of carrying up to six crew to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience.
Robertson Gyro compass
Three Robertson AP 40 and Raymarine autopilots
Racal Decca 96 mile colour radar
Two magnetic and one electric compasses
Authelm ST80 displayed throughout the yacht
Two 12" colour screen Raymarine C120 plotters
Three Sailor VHFs interfased with GPS
Skanti 400W SSB radio with world wide tel/telex
American Magnum 55hp bowthruster
Twin Mercedes OM 62.5kW each generators
Onan 12kW emergency generator
Magic 6400 litres/day water maker
Atlas 25kW converter
Air compressor for valves and throttles
Two PTOs for bowthruster
Condaria air conditioning
Zodiac Medline 5.10m with Yamaha 100hp outboard
Zodiac 3.10m with Yamaha 15hp outboard
Yamaha Wave Venture 80hp Jet
Waterskis, surfer, two aquanauts, inflatable toys
Electric anchor winch
Two 115m anchor chains
Flybridge crane 890kg
Side boarding ladder
Reckmann stainless steel rigging
Fully furling rig
Sails: Sailing up to the wind with 800 sq.m
2002: Engines replaced
2010: Teak decks replaced
2010: Rigging replaced
2010: New paint
2018: All tanks serviced
2018: Shafts and cutlass bearings replaced - rudders serviced
2018: Batteries replaced
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.