The explorer yacht was built in steel and aluminium by Dutch yard Bloemsma & Van Breemen to a design by Vripack and delivered in 2003. In 2009/2010 her owner sent her to US yard Delta Marine for a major refit including new engines, generators and inverter system, a bulbous bow extension and a rebuild or replacement of nearly every system aboard. She had a further refit in 2018 at Derecktor.
She accommodates up to eight guests in a full-beam master suite, double and twin cabin plus two Pullman berths, all with entertainment centres, LCD television screens and ensuite bathroom facilities.
The saloon has comfortable sofas arranged in a U-shape facing an entertainment centre with access to an open deck. Access to the swimming platform is via twin staircases.
On the flybridge, there is a control station situated on the centreline, a bar to port and a large U-shaped settee along with easy chairs and a dining table to starboard. Down three steps is the boat deck area which also has a shaded dining table arrangement and access to the main deck via a staircase. There is a large Jacuzzi further aft.
Twin 425hp MTU diesel engines give the 190GT explorer yacht a range of 6,000 nautical miles and she is fitted with Naiad zero-speed stabilisers. Her cruising speed is 10 knots and maximum speed is 12 knots.
Gayle Force was asking $4,950,000.