Featuring an exterior by Sam Sorgiovanni, Secret was built in steel and aluminium by German yard Abeking & Rasmussen to Lloyds class and delivered in 2013. She completed her five-year class survey in 2018 and benefited from a top-to-toe repaint in 2017.
Designer Jim Harris developed a flexible interior layout accommodating up to 12 guests in seven cabins comprising a master suite, VIP suite, four doubles and a guest cabin suitable for three children or staff. All of the en suite guest cabins come with entertainment centres and Sony television screens and crew quarters sleep up to 25 staff.
The main saloon is ready to host large events with an abundance of seating carefully laid out for guests to circulate throughout. A sit-up bar facing the aft deck and a chandelier complete this space with a red, black and gold theme. A formal dining room is located in an intimate space kept separate from the saloon, or alternatively, guests can enjoy lunch served al fresco dining space on the upper deck.
Among her many other features, she is equipped with a cinema, gymnasium, elevator and beauty room. Though Secret's crowning jewel is her sun deck where guests will find a raised Jacuzzi, sit-up bar and a love seat shaded by a retractable umbrella forward.
Elsewhere, Secret's lower decks are serviced by a state-of-the-art elevator, while an aft garage houses two 9.9 metre tenders.
Twin 1,492hp Caterpillar diesel engines enable a cruising speed of 14 knots topping out at 16.5 knots and she is fitted with Quantum zero-speed stabilisers.
Secret was asking €78,500,000.