|Year of production||1964-1968|
|Ballast weight (t)||2.20|
|Total sail area (m2)||44.50|
|Number of boats||ca. 70|
The Sea Eagle II was the successful larger successor to the Sea Eagle I. Her design was by Olle Einderlein and it was characterized by the same features as long keel and soft lines.
The Sea Eagle II was able to achieve some outstanding regatta achievements that demonstrated the quality of the design. Olle Enderlein himself scored regatta victories with the modified Sea Eagle II "Galatea". But partly this ship was sailed with great success by other crews (Lennart Ivarsson and friends). In 1966 in Germany Dr. Karl Plump with his "Lumme III" won against most of his competitors.
The "Sea Eagle II" was also distrubuted by AB Telfa from Gothenburg, Sweden as well as the smaller "Eagle". The naming of the ships reflected the problem of the shipyard with the names for the international distribution. The name for the Scandinavian area was "Havsörnen II", for the English-speaking area "Sea Eagle II" and the German-speaking "Imperial".
|No. of cylinders||2|
|Engine output (kw/(HP))||11/(15)|
Volvo-data was taken from the Volvo Penta engine-database