Unusually, she was built by Dutch sailing superyacht specialist Royal Huisman in 1985 to a design by De Vries Lentsch. A complete refit in 2009 saw a rebuild of much of her major equipment, with modern electronic and navigation systems installed. A large open aft main deck is sheltered by the overhang of the boat deck above and offers al fresco dining in eight wicker armchairs. This leads into the main saloon furnished in neutral tones and panelling in striped African mahogany. Entertaining is aided by a wet bar, fridge and ice maker. Moving forward, the formal dining room offers panoramic views from three sides and an oval mahogany table seats up to 10 guests.
Accommodation is for 10 guests in six staterooms. The master suite is full beam with a queen size bed and an en suite with double sinks, a bidet and Jacuzzi tub. The VIP stateroom is also full beam and has a king size bed that can be split into twins. The remaining staterooms are double bedded, and all have en suite facilities. Twin 1,090hp MTU engines give Camelot a cruising speed of 14 knots and a range of 2,150 nautical miles.
Camelot is now down from $1,495,000 to $695,000.