Spirit was built in composite/Kevlar to a design by Bakewell-White Design and was delivered by New Zealand Yachts in 2005. She is a wave piercer catamaran fitted with canted counterbalanced rudders that allow for trimming of the vessel and reduced roll.
Accommodation is expansive, as would be expected on a catamaran of this size, and consists of five cabins for 10 guests. These include a full-beam master suite on the upper deck, two VIP suites and two twins, all with home theatre systems linked to a central server and all with en suite bathroom facilities. In addition, she has quarters for nine crew members.
The main deck saloon offers a lounge and a games table, with a dining table located to starboard. Plenty of natural light is provided through large windows. Her voluminous Ken Freivokh interiors were last refitted in 2016.
A U-shaped sit-up bar is located on the sun deck beneath a hardtop, while forward is a flybridge helm station with sun pads aft plus a hot tub further forward at the bow. The bridge deck is accessed by a spiral staircase port aft and acts as the private terrace for the owner, hosting a bar and seating.
Twin 1,400 Caterpillar diesel engines power her to a cruising speed of 10 knots topping out at 18 knots.
Spirit was asking $6,495,000.