Built in GRP by US yard Hatteras, Eccentric was delivered in 2006 and has never been chartered. Accommodation is for eight guests in four cabins consisting of a full beam master suite, two doubles with queen sized beds and a twin, all with flat screen LCD televisions and full en suite facilities.
The interior cabinetry and panelling throughout is in high-gloss cherry wood with curved entry doorways as well as curved dressers and nightstands in the guest cabins. Just inside the saloon, a sunken bar sits to starboard with a flat screen 42 inch LCD television for easy viewing anywhere within the lounge or dining area. The sunken bar showcases an onyx countertop, Scotsman ice maker and fridge, stainless steel sink and bottle and glass storage. The saloon also features comfortable custom built seating, all of which provide additional storage capacity. Moving forward there is dining for six with the ability to expand for a dinner party of eight. Further forward there is a day head and a fully-equipped country kitchen style galley with island feature.
Moulded-in GRP steps lead up from the swim platform to the aft deck. This deck provides built in seating across the stern with Sunbrella cushions and a high gloss teak table for al fresco dining. Additional seating is provided around the teak table with two wicker chairs and a shared ottoman.
The open flybridge has a large console featuring a full array of electronics and two helm chairs. This area has its own air conditioning/heating system, all housed under a custom hard top with freshwater sprayers for the windshield. A four-sided enclosure is used to ensure it is as water-tight as possible for an open bridge. Aft of the helm is a bar housing a separate ice maker and fridge with three bar stools on polished stainless steel bases. Customized twin loungers provide ample seating and dining at three custom cocktail tables on polished stainless steel pedestals.
Eccentric was asking $3,650,000 and will be renamed Symphony.