Drinkability was designed and built by a longtime yacht enthusiast with an aviation background. She has redundant systems throughout and is capable of long-range and remote area cruising. Comfortable at 20 knots or 30 knots, she is equally at home cruising up the east coast to the Canadian Maritimes, to the outer islands of the Bahamas, or a dinner cruise in the Intercostal. The owner has spared no expense in maintaining the yacht. She has been used exclusively by his family and guests only since new.
When you step aboard Drinkability onto the large aft deck, you are greeted by an elegant outdoor living area. There is a large teak inlaid table with comfortable seating for 8 people. Forward and to starboard is a bonus day head offering guests easy access if enjoying a day of water sports from the swim platform. A stairway to port leads to the flybridge.
Going forward you step up into the Salon with her beautiful teak and ebony satin finish woodwork which is showcased throughout the yacht. With her large windows you have excellent views in all directions. A comfortable “L” shaped couch graces the starboard side while the port side houses the entertainment system including a 52” retractable TV, and two custom American Leather recliners. Forward is a friendly wet bar with hidden sink, beverage refrigerator, wine cooler, marble counter and bar. Not to be missed is the reading nook with two comfortable designer chairs. The stairway to the Master Suites private entrance is to starboard. The full beam Master Suite is quite spacious featuring a king size bed, plenty of storage, full entertainment system, combo Miele washer and dryer, and an ensuite bathroom with shower.
Moving forward from the salon and up three steps you enter the Galley that is perfectly set-up to serve the finest gourmet meals. The Galley is large, open and very well equipped with state of the art appliances. Forward of the Galley is the lower helm with two STIDD chairs and a breakfast table and settee to port. The helm is equipped with the finest electronics you will see on a boat this size, including a complete GMDSS set-up and night vision camera.
Stairs to port from this area lead down to the remaining three Guest Staterooms. Twin staterooms with ensuite bathrooms are on either side of the hallway with the VIP to the bow offering sleeping for up to 4 persons with a king bed and a twin bunk bed on either side along the bow “v” berth. This versatility is perfect for young families or children. There is a full sized Whirlpool washer and dryer in the guest hallway. All staterooms are finished to the highest level with designer fabrics and the teak and ebony satin finish woodwork seen throughout the yacht.
DRINKABILITY boasts 2 C32 Caterpillar engines with low hours and under warranty.
Designed and built by a longtime yachtsman and aviation enthusiast, DRINKABILITY is a head turner at 30 knots fast, yet comfortable for guests.
DRINKABILITY’s beautiful teak and ebony satin finish woodwork is showcased throughout the yacht.
Mark Elliott was born in Miami, and quickly developed a passion for sailing. At 18, he delivered a 48’ Grand Banks from Miami to Alaska and subsequently earned his Captain’s license. At 24, he met Bernie Little and went on to Captain and manage the most successful fleet of charter yachts afloat for 18 years. As General Manager of Florida Yacht Basin he developed the shipyard into the largest megayacht paint and repair facility on the East Coast. Next, Mark took over the Allied Marine Shipyard, a Hatteras, Azimut and Benetti dealership with over $30 million in inventory and 110 employees. With over 20 years of running and managing yachts, Mark turned his attention to selling and marketing them with IYC. His insight, experience and advice are some of the most valuable in the industry, and part of what makes IYC an ideal yacht consultancy.