Now named Drinkability, she was built in GRP by the Taiwanese yard with exterior styling and interior design by Evan K Marshall and delivered earlier in 2017 as hull number seven in the yard’s OA100 series. Accommodation is for eight guests in four cabins consisting of a main-deck master suite, lower deck VIP suite, and port and starboard twins convertible to doubles. All cabins have entertainment centres, LED television screens and en-suite bathroom facilities.
The saloon has enlarged windows providing ample natural light, satin-finished wood panelling, custom-made furniture, a bar and an entertainment centre including a 60-inch television screen and a blu-ray audio/visual system.
Exterior spaces are generous and include a sheltered aft deck with al fresco entertaining and dining on built-in upholstered bench seating, a table, wet bar, fridge and a barbecue grill. Up on the large flybridge, guests can choose between a soak in the four-person Jacuzzi, drinks at the bar, seating on three Stidd helm chairs, or entertainment via the 32-inch flip-down television screen, which is built into the hardtop.
Twin 1,920hp MTU diesel engines give her a cruising speed of 16 knots and she is fitted with zero-speed stabilisers.
Drinkability was asking $11,800,000.