53.00 Metres / 173.10 Feet
12 Guests

Expand your horizons onboard this magnificently super-sized 53m sail yacht

Built in 2002 by Alloy Yachts and designed by Dubois Yacht Designs, Drumbeat is one of the largest modern sailing yachts ever built. Combining excellent performance, sea worthiness and comfort, she is also the winner of the 2005 Rolex Transatlantic Challenge.

This yacht’s design features a unique one-level layout from the cockpit to the forward wheelhouse through the salon and dining area – creating an expansive space for entertaining. Her full-width master stateroom is also extremely spacious, with a king-size bed, en-suite bathroom with both bath and shower, walk-in closet, desk and state-of-the-art entertainment system.

Drumbeat at a glance

53m length
Up to 11 guests
5 cabins (Master, 2 x Double, 2 x Twin)
10 crew

  • Specification
  • Tenders & Toys
  • Drumbeat Brochure
Length:   53.00m (173' 11")
Beam:  10.35m (33' 11")
Draft: 4.85m (15' 11")
Year built:  2002
Year refit: 2014
Builder: Alloy Yachts
Rig: Ketch
Number of Cabins: 5
Total Guests (Sleeping):  11
Total Guests (Cruising 11
Cabin Configuration:  3 Double, 2 Twin
Air conditioning:  Yes
Gym/exercise equipment:  Yes
Wifi: Yes
Deck Jacuzzi:  No
Tenders & Toys
Castoldi 6.2m (21') RIB - 182hp water jet with weather protection 1 inflatable SUP
Avon 4.5m RIB for the crew with 50 hp outboard and for pulling the water toys 2 underwater Sea-Doo sea scooters
2 Topaz X sailing dinghies for 1 or 2 people (with new sails: regular, beginner and racing) 
3 wake board
2 x water skis
Double doughnut
1 windsurfer
2 Sea kayaks + 1 Inflatable
16 sets of snorkelling gear and fins for adults and 10 sets for children, 6 full sets of dive gear with compressor (however RDV diving only)
Fishing gear