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DRIZZLE Yacht – $80M Superyacht

Specifications

Description

Amancio Ortega’s 67m DRIZZLE yacht was built by master shipbuilders, Feadship, featuring an exterior design by De Voogt Naval Architects. Her low profile in the water compliments the contemporary and homely interior styling by Redman Whitely Dixon.

The $80 million superyacht was delivered to the experienced yacht owners in 2012, replacing their yacht of the same name.

DRIZZLE yacht interior

Her interior is designed by Redman Whiteley Dixon, with a comfortable and homely style. She can accommodate ten guests in a master suite, three double staterooms, and a twin cabin.

The outdoor spaces of the DRIZZLE yacht offer al fresco dining and a spacious sun deck for relaxation and rejuvenation. Across three decks, there are multiple spaces for leisure and entertainment.

She features a deck jacuzzi and a deck that wraps around the yacht. There are three seating and lounging areas across the yacht.

In 2019, a full-length swim platform was fixed to the DRIZZLE yacht with a shower and a swim ladder. The crew quarters are impressive and include a separate and fully enclosed lounge and crew mess.

The owner was particularly concerned for the crew’s welfare and insisted on high-quality finishings to optimize their comfort.

Exterior

Feadship De Voogt Naval Architect penned the exterior design and naval architecture of the DRIZZLE. The low profile of the DRIZZLE yacht enhances the contemporary lines of the yacht.

She was built by Feadship in their Aalsmeer shipyard in the Netherlands, featuring a steel hull, teak decks, and aluminum superstructure.

Feadship delivered DRIZZLE in 2012, and she was last refitted extensively in 2019. The experienced owners commissioned her to replace their previous De Vries yacht.

Specifications

The DRIZZLE yacht has a length of 67m, a beam of 11.2m, and a draft of 3.65m. She has a volume of 1274 gross tons, and 2 MTU engines drive her through the water. She maintains a cruising speed of 11 knots and a top speed of 16 knots, with a range of 4500 nautical miles.

She is built to Lloyds Register classification society rules and is MCA Compliant. DRIZZLE has a $5 – $8 million running cost per year.