M/Y WELL DONE features an interior by Cor D. Rover Design, while the shipyard in-house team produced her naval architecture and exterior appearance, which looks seamless with a white hull and superstructure contrasted by large dark windows on the main and upper decks.
Within, the lounge and dining area are light and contemporary, making use of various types of wood and white furnishings to amplify the sense of space within the already roomy 7m/22ft beam. The Owners selected the enclosed sky lounge version of the FD80 model, where guests can have a casual meal and chat over drinks, and one last shared lounging area can be found in the beach club. Outside, the upper deck is a hub for outdoor dining and socialising, and has a bar, barbeque grill and Jacuzzi.
The accommodation sleeps a total of 8 guests in 4 en-suite cabins, of which there is a spacious Master Suite with a lounge area and a VIP stateroom in the bow.
The GRP materials give M/Y WELL DONE a lightweight draft for accessing the best-secluded spots of cruising grounds the world over, and the Owners intend on visiting the East Coast of the USA and the Bahamas. The twin MAN engines give a top speed of 17.4 knots and a range of 1,700 nautical miles at 10 knots for exploring along coasts and hopping between multiple island destinations.