Alumercia underwent a radical makeover in a period of 100 days, starting in March last year. The Heesen-built yacht was transformed from an expedition yacht into an attractively decorated Mediterranean family cruiser, with disco sound and light on three decks in just over three months. The fly deck was extended by almost 30 square metres, providing more space on the fly deck and also shadow space on the bridge deck, above the new outdoor dining area. The big hatch on the bridge deck was removed, gaining space as lounging and dining area. This made the profile of the vessel now look like a real tri-deck yacht. On the lower deck a car drawer and an inconvenient passarella were removed to create a beach area. The refit on the 14-year-old Alumercia was undertaken by Borancili Marine and Istanbul Tuzla shipyards.