|Year of production||1964-1968|
|Number of boats||ca. 25|
The Eagle was built parallel to the bigger Sea Eagle II for Storebro could also offer a smaller model. It was also designed by Olle Enderlein with a typical layout and was known for its excellent sailing characteristics. Hull and superstructure were made entirely of mahogany.
The "Eagle" was also distributed by AB Telfa from Gothenburg, Sweden as well as the "Sea Eagle II". 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 "Írnen", for the English-speaking area "Eagle" and the German-speaking "Admiral".
The promotional photos taken inside the ship were taken at the production hall in Storebro. In order to optimally represent the interior, a slightly smaller woman was chosen, who could stand almost upright in the cabin.