DRUMBEAT, a 53-meter sailing boat built by Alloy Yachts in 2002, is displaying the results of her 2019 renovation, which has transformed her into one of the most sophisticated sailing yachts ever built.
The naval architecture of DRUMBEAT, an attractive sailing boat designed by Dubois, combines safe cruising with excellent performance — DRUMBEAT won the 2005 Rolex Transatlantic Challenge.
Aside from its seaworthiness, the DRUMBEAT yacht also serves as a magnificent charter base. Inside, the cream furniture and oak cabinets are roomy and pleasant, with clever lighting, classic fixtures, and timeless design.
DRUMBEAT has a spacious flybridge that also serves as the main bar and an area for active participation in maneuvers. On the main point, there is a large cockpit well protected from the elements, with a permanent acan to provide shade on the bridge. This is the ideal location for a beverage or a meal. The main salon, which is also located on the main bridge, is entirely made up of windows and so has 360-degree visibility.
Drumbeat's child-friendly setup makes her ideal for families. She was built in 2002 and has a configuration that includes a master bedroom, two double cabins, and two twin cabins to accommodate up to 11 passengers. In all, there are 8 beds: 1 king, 2 doubles, 4 singles, and 1 pullman. She can also accommodate up to 10 crew members for a stress-free luxury yacht charter experience.
Drumbeat offers a huge assortment of water toys and equipment onboard to help you and your guests interact with the water. Two Topaz Race X sailboats, for example, are designed to bring out the adventurer in you. There are also waterskis, which are a lot of fun whether you're a novice or a seasoned veteran. With the dive gear and compressor, explore the world under the ocean's surface. Drumbeat also has wakeboards, kayaks, a WindSurfer, fishing equipment, and snorkeling equipment if that isn't enough.