She began life as a Baltic Sea tug built in 1990 at Veb L Warnke shipyard, Germany, converted to luxury cruise
yacht at CMN shipyard, Cherbourg, France in 1999 to Bureau Veritas compliance standards and retains all the
rugged power and capability of her origins.
A full conversion by noted designer Martin Francis and a continuing schedule of upgrading has transformed the
vessel for a life of luxury. The Spirit of Adventure has undergone extensive work since 2007 to maintain and
upgrade many aspects from equipment to furnishings, ensuring total comfort, ambience, performance and
Further upgraded where undertaken in 2009-2014 and she is currently lying Chalong, Phuket, Thailand.
Steel hull with aluminum superstructure, 8 crew berths and 8 guests in 4 king size (convertible to twin) ensuite
Robust and well found vessel with numerous features and additional toys and items including 18' RIB with
90HP Honda outboard, 15' RIB with 20HP Honda, 2 x 1500 Sea Doo Bombardier Polaris jet skis, 2 x kayaks,
diving compressor etc and a hydraulic access ramp at stern.
Speed is 10 knots to 12 knots with an estimated range of 2000 nautical miles.
This vessel could be available for charter and is ideal for longer term exploration / research or soft commercial
charters such as film and documentary, security or shadow vessel.