Designed by Andre Hoek, she was built by Dutch specialist yard Bloemsma and launched in 2006, and she underwent a refit in 2012. She features a classic two cockpit layout, offering space and privacy for owners and guests – especially when moored stern-to. The aft cockpit is dedicated to steering and sailing gear while further forward the centre cockpit is intended for socialising. Below, a timeless interior design has panelling throughout in semi-gloss Swetenia mahogany and flooring in jetobo with maple inlays.
Accommodation is for up to seven guests in three staterooms consisting of an owner's cabin aft with a double berth to port and a single berth to starboard. There are also two guest cabins forward of the saloon, one with a full double berth and one with upper and lower berths. All cabins have en suite bathroom facilities. Under power, a single 185hp Perkins Sabre engine gives her a range of 1,000 nautical miles.
The winner of the 2011 Palma Superyacht Cup, Drumfire is asking €2.4 million with VAT paid.