At 289 ft overall length, â€˜Maltese Falconâ€™ is the second-largest privately-owned sailing yacht in the World. It was built by an Italian firm, 'Perini Navi Yachts'. THE 'MALTESE FALCON'. The â€˜Falconâ€™ has clocked almost 20 knots under sail, and has twin 1,800 hp diesel engines for auxiliary power.
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At 289 ft overall length, ‘Maltese Falcon’ is the second-largest privately-owned sailing yacht in the World. It was built by an Italian firm, 'Perini Navi Yachts'
THE 'MALTESE FALCON'
The ‘Falcon’ has clocked almost 20 knots under sail, and has twin 1,800 hp diesel engines for auxiliary power
The ‘Falcon’ has an advanced ‘Dynarig’ sail plan – basically a square rig sporting three masts that can be rotated as needed to trim the sails for
The ‘Maltese Falcon’: Elevation and Sail Plan
MAIN DECK LAYOUT
LOWER DECK LAYOUT
The ‘Maltese Falcon’ – Deck Layouts.
Seagull’s view of free-standing carbon fibre masts, with the yards (cross-spars) rigidly attached to the masts.
The vessel was commissioned and owned by Tom Perkins, the first GM of HP and the venture capitalist behind
Amazon.com, AOL, Googleand Sun Microsystems.
It takes just one person to pilot the ‘Maltese Falcon’ from this centralized control console.
Perkins reportedly had to sell his beloved Bugatti in order to help fund the yacht. Poor guy...
A porcelain Bugatti emerges from the table in the center of the saloon at the mere touch of a button.
Above the table, in the leather-floored dining room, a skylight blind opens like the iris aperture of a camera.
An atrium with clear glass floor surrounds the main mast well, with a staircase spanning three decks.
One of 4 guest suitesthat can be reconfigured as two enormous VIP suites, each with his/her heads.
Falcon’s sea toys include: two 32' Rigid Inflatable Boats; 6laser sailboats; a 14' jet tender; 2 kayaks; wakeboard; 6 sets dive gear; water skis; snorkels; and a submarine.
- A magnificent craft
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