The 25.46 metre expedition yacht Spirit of Romo, listed for sale with Yachting Partners International, has been sold. The buyer was introduced by Steve Huppert with YPI's Jason Duggan representing the seller.
Built in steel by Danish yard Svenborg Skibs to an in-house design, she was delivered in 1973 and spent the first part of her life cruising the Danish coastline and Arctic sea. In 2018 she was rebuilt by Dutch yard Scheepswerf Talma to become a rugged yet luxurious expedition yacht. Functional and neutrally designed, the four-cabin accommodation layout includes an owner’s suite, two doubles and a twin room with bunk beds, all with full en-suite facilities.
The communal spaces include a light, formal dining space and a kitchen-bar area for serving guests. A comfortable lounge area in the main saloon has ample seating for all those on board with access to the aft deck.
When cruising in sunnier climes, meals can be enjoyed outside thanks to her al fresco dining space. Her boat deck, meanwhile, offers further deck space complete with deck chairs and seating.
Other key features on board this unusual vessel include a fully equipped galley with direct access to the main deck saloon, while tenders can be stored and deployed from on her foredeck.
A single Cummins QSK19-M, 750HP main engine affords her a 2,800 nautical mile range at 10.5 knots.
Spirit of Romo was asking €1,650,000.