DOUBLEYOU is a Cheoy Lee 90 'Expedition' which was commissioned in 1999 and launched in 2000.
Formerly named CONTINENTAL DRIFTER II when popular American music singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett owned her, the 90'/27m expedition yacht cruised around SE Asia, before being purchased by the current owner and undergoing an extensive interior refit in 2019.
The yachts interior was stripped and almost rebuilt from scratch. Starting from the strong and durable all-fibreglass hull, a bright, tastefully furnished family yacht was created.
The light and airy 'beach house' interior was complemented by striking artwork and photographic prints.
There are four cabins on the lower deck, accommodating 8 guests. Located aft and accessed via a private staircase are the Master and VIP staterooms which are equally sized and full beam. Located forward to port and starboard, are two mirror image twin cabins. All cabins have en-suite bathroom facilities.
The main salon has an interior dinette and comfortable sofas and adjoins the aft deck, which offers bench seating. A day head is found forward of the main salon and side doors to access the decks on both sides are also available.
Moving forward from the main salon one can find the galley and dinette which again takes up the full beam of the yacht. The galley is well equipped, with opening hatches and work surfaces in stainless steel. Moving forward from this location leads to the crew cabins.
An internal staircase leads to the pilothouse, which is well equipped with navigational equipment and has a small sofa and table for when accompanying the captain. The bridge is surrounded by a Portuguese bridge with central steps down to access the open deck forward. A mast with crows nest is situated in the bow just ahead of the crane which is used to lift and load the 2 x large tenders onto the foredeck for true expedition style practicality.
DOUBLEYOU offers the perfect, stable platform for anyone seeking a vessel for comfortable, long range cruising. She would also offer considerable charter possibilities if that was attractive to a new owner.