Leonardo Yachts - Eagle 44
44' / 13.41m

Marina del Rey , California , United States
Exquisite beauty is in it's classic "J Class lines."
Fiberglass Hull
HIN/IMO: LSY44016A818
Vessel ID# 2798151
$325,000 USD
€301,778 Euros
CA$438,777 CAD
£261,754 GBP

EXQUISITE! Beauty is in it's classic "J Class" lines!

  • Huge Cockpit 
  • Electric Main and Jib winches
  • Volvo Sail Drive
  • Electric Head
  • Carbon Mast
  • In Boom Furling
  • Furling Cruising Spinnaker
  • Dodger

Data Sheet
LOA 44' (13.34 meters)
Type sail
Year 2018
Beam 9'
LWL 29'
Draft Max 6'
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Fiberglass

Engine 1

I D 140896
Engine Make Volvo
Engine Model D-120
Engine Type Inboard
Drive Type Sail
Power HP 20.00
Power KW 14.91
Fuel Type Diesel
Full Details


The mahogany/stainless steel steering wheel provides excellent control and maneuverability while sailing or using the inboard Volvo sail-drive. The winches are positioned within easy reach of the helmsman to make single-handed sailing possible.

Combined with the large teak benches and comfortable cushions, you can to take up to eight non-experienced sailing friends with you. Phenomenal stability and a self-draining cockpit will make everyone feel safe.

The cockpit features a large mahogany table with a sink and bar-box. Four large cockpit lockers provide ample of storage space.

The views over the deck as your Eagle 44 slices effortlessly through the waves add to the excitement. For the times when you wish to escape with just the two of you, the cabin features a large double V-shaped bed.

The varnished mahogany joinery and alcantare ceiling makes a classic and luxury interior. Daylight is provided through the emergency hatch which is flush mounted so as not to disturb the deck lines. The built-in toilet is out of view when not in use.


The standard 2 m keel gives the Eagle 44 excellent stability while also making her shallow enough to enjoy both coastal and inland waters.

The synthesis of a lightweight foam core laminate with a modern keel & rudder configuration and powerful rig makes the Eagle 44 fast and a delight to sail.

The white Selden mast has an in-mast car system so the mainsail is easy to hoist. The Furl Boom make hoisting and dropping the main effortless. The furling jib is controlled directly from the helm. The carbon mast stepped in combination with carbon/kevlar sails and a powerful gennaker give performance on all points of sail. With the electric winches single handling with or without crew is a delight.

Top quality materials are combined with excellent craftsmanship and design throughout the Eagle 44. Standard the Eagle 44 has with an impressive ‘ready-to-sail’ equipment package.

Eagle 44 Overview

The Eagle 44 is designed by Dykstra Naval Architects where the designers have reaped enormous experience with recent J-class projects such as Hanuman and Rainbow. The line’s plan is equally inspired by other famous racing Js of the 1930s or perhaps the boattail speedsters of that err. 

The use of modern materials and a modern keel shape has resulted in a beautiful day-sailer with an enormous cockpit.

Practical functionality and stylish design meet throughout the Eagle 44, with a fine balance between the various materials, white panels, mahogany, teak, stainless steel and luxury fabrics.



· Depthsounder

· Long-speedometer

· Wind Speed and Direction

· Autopilot

· Compass



· Fully Battened Mainsail

· Furling Genoa

· Gennaker/Cruising spinnaker


· Steering Wheel

· Electric Winch


· Electric Head

· Refrigerator

· Electric Bilge Pump

· Manual Bilge Pump

· Hot Water


· Teak Cockpit

· Teak Sidedecks

· Cockpit Cushions

· Cockpit Table


· Mainsail Cover

· Cockpit Cover

· Genoa Cover

· Spray Hood


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.


For more information about this vessel, please contact Bill Petersen.
We look forward to working with you!

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Bill Petersen

California Yacht Sales Agent
The Boatyard
13555A Fiji Way
Marina del Rey California 90292 United States
Cell: 1-310-871-1977

Southern California native, Bill has been involved in yachting for 45+ years. A past Commodore of the California Yacht Club, Bill has a strong involvement with the local yachting community. Spending 20 years as a sailmaker, Bill has sailed the major ocean races in the world. He was the sailmaker and mainsheet trimmer for "Stars & Stripes" in the victorious 1987 "Americas Cup" in Perth, Australia. Cruising has not been left out of Bill's resume, under power and sail in Southern California, East Coast, Pacific Northwest, Mexico, Caribbean, Australia, New Zealand, and the Mediterranean. Bill has owned many power and sailboats and has a vast knowledge of both.