Formerly measuring 63 metres, the Danish-designed explorer yacht has left the Lusben facilities sporting new exterior lines penned by acclaimed superyacht design studio H2 Yacht Design and a fresh new interior from Italian architect Michele Bonan.
Her accommodation has significantly benefited from the refit, leaving her in exacting condition as she rejoins the charter fleet with Fraser. She welcomes 12 guests across six cabins, with a large bathtub in the en suite of the main deck master cabin.
According to Fraser, the 1,325GT Force Blue will offer a "completely new experience."
Alongside cosmetic improvements, the refit has focused on redefining the stern area to extend the swim platform and create a sea-level lounge area with direct access to the yacht’s expansive wellness facilities. An additional lounge area has been added to the yacht's aft deck, offering guests maximum choice when it comes to al fresco unwinding.
The refit has added significant charter appeal to an already popular yacht. Onboard highlights include a generous sundeck, a well-stocked bridge deck bar and a professional DJ station with a lighting system.
A true entertainer, Force Blue can host up to 60 seated guests and up to 300-350 guests for quayside events, subject to local approval.
When party turns to play, Force Blue offers a huge toy locker for her guests to take advantage of, including a Flyboard, Hoverboard, Wave Runner, Jet-Ski. She is also home to diving instructors and towable toys.
The icing on the cake is the spa, which includes a steam shower, Hammam, mud bath, sauna and hydro massage hot tub. Guests can also enjoy a gym and massage room with a masseuse as part of her crew.
The refit comes after she was sold at auction in February last year. She was delivered in 2002 to an exterior design by a team of Danish designers who have given her a rugged, explorer-style look that matches her capacities.