Built by Greek yard Golden Yachts in steel and aluminium with styling by Giorgio Vafiadis, O'Rama was delivered in 2007 and is Bureau Veritas classed. Upgraded in 2014, a warm, relaxed interior is designed by Interin Studio and Giorgio Vafiadis using light colours combined with classic design to create a graceful ambience.
Accommodation is for as many as 17 guests in a master suite, three double VIP suites and three twins, two with Pullman berths, and all with en suite bathroom facilities.
On the main deck, the generous saloon offers a large seating area, coffee table, panoramic windows and a pop-up television and entertainment centre. Forward of the entertainment centre is a full beam formal dining area, seating up to 12 guests in considerable style. The saloon leads out onto a shaded aft deck with ample seating and a spacious entertaining area ideal for al fresco dining.
O'Rama's vast sky lounge offers a large semi-circular seating area in front of a 42 inch flat screen television and entertainment system, allowing plenty of space for rest and recreation, and opens onto a sheltered aft deck with a wet bar and additional al fresco dining options. Twin 2,012hp Caterpillar engines give her a range of 3,500 nautical miles at 12 knots and she is fitted with zero speed stabilisers.
Lying in Piraeus, Greece, O'Rama was asking €18.4 million.