A true explorer outfitted to the highest standard
SPIRIT OF ROMO is a remarkable explorer yacht capable of operating autonomously for extended periods of time. Built originally as a Danish Royal Navy cutter, the vessel underwent a substantial refit in the Netherlands in 2018 and can almost be considered ‘as new’. It was outfitted with the sole intention of enabling its Owner and guests to enjoy new adventures and explore the oceans. The DNA of the yacht is based on naval and commercial standards, and this is evident throughout the yacht. Technically, the yacht impresses with a new (2019) Cummins Tier II engine and the latest Veem Gyro stabiliser, offering comfort to guests and crew. The helm station in the bridge would satisfy even the most experienced captain and features the latest navigation equipment and instrumentation.
The yacht's layout is both practical and functional, and movement around the yacht is a pleasure with double access to the lower deck and large accessways from stern to bow. The sheer of the yacht is something to experience and brings the feeling of a true ocean-going vessel. The main deck can be accessed by the portside and stern door, or via the hydraulic steps for bathing, tender embarkation, swimming or diving.
The foredeck accommodates the larger 5.5m tender and hydraulic crane to deploy and recover, while the smaller 4m tender is stowed on the upper deck aft. Both tenders have less than 100 hours of use and are rated 90hp and 25hp, respectively.
The yacht interiors are comfortable and include a main saloon with a dining area and a master cabin on the main deck with an en suite. The lower deck accommodates the guests in two double cabins and one twin (all en suite). In total there is accommodation for eight guests and four crew in three separate cabins. The captain’s cabin is located on the bridge deck.
Exterior dining is also available on the aft main deck for up to ten guests.
The yacht is immensely well built, offering traditional lines and functional living spaces. The combination of modern technology with an original helm wheel and chart table provides an almost romantic perspective of life at sea.