10 guests, 10 crew
Built in 2002 by
Alloy Yachts and designed by Dubois Naval Architects, DRUMBEAT (ex-SALPERTON) is
one of the largest modern sailing yachts ever built. Combining excellent sailing
performance, sea worthiness and comfort, DRUMBEAT is also the Winner of the 2005
Rolex Transatlantic Challenge.
A unique design feature of the yacht is the one-level layout from cockpit through the salon and dining area to the forward wheelhouse. This creates an expansive area for entertaining.
The full width Owners' stateroom with King sized bed is extremely spacious. It has an en-suite bathroom with both bath and shower, a walk-in closet with ample clothes storage, a separate seating area, a desk and state of the art entertainment system.
Guest cabins include 2 identical double cabins with seating area and en-suite bathrooms, a twin cabin and a further triple cabin (two bunks and a pullman for a children) all with en-suite facilities.
She has undergone both interior and exterior refits in 2008 and 2009, revealing her unique alluret. Now in her optimum form, she is seeking out even more adventure and excitement.
YACHT DRUMBEAT TOYS: Castoldi 6.2m (21') RIB - 182hp water jet with weather protection, Avon 4.5m RIB for the crew with 50 hp outboard and for pulling the water toys, 2 Topaz Race X sailing dinghies for 1 or 2 people (with new sails: regular, beginner and racing), wakeboard, waterskis, double doughnut, 1 windsurfer, 2 Sea kayaks, 16 sets of snorkelling gear and fins for adults and 10 sets for children, 6 full sets of dive gear with compressor (rendez-vous diving only), fishing gear and 2 underwater Sea-Doo sea scooters.