Introducing MY Drenec
Drenec was built in the Netherlands as a working boat designed to spend long weeks on the open seas.
In 1986, she underwent a major overhaul and was reborn as a high-class expedition vessel. Drenec spent the following years on expeditions to the Arctic, the Indian Ocean, Central American waters and the Mediterranean.
In 2012, she was completely refitted and upgraded in Malta.
Drenec joined Burma Boating's fleet in 2015 to explore the wonders of Myanmar's hidden islands.
Cabins & Quarters
Drenec has five spacious guest cabins, four with double beds and one with a twin bed. All cabins have ensuite bathrooms equipped with heated towel holders and the large owner's suite additionally features a bathtub.
With designated workspaces and sofas, the cabins feel like comfortable hotel rooms, designed with great love for detail.
All cabins are fully air-conditioned and have flatscreen TV sets. Guests have access to the large digital movie library through the yacht's on-board media system.
Drenec has all the luxury comfort you can expect from a yacht of her size.
Life on Board
Built in the Netherlands (Haarlemse Scheepsbouw), refitted (Cassar Shipyard Malta) in 2012
Steel superstructure and hull (reinforced for sea ice conditions); lateral stabilisers, approved for offshore navigation
3 decks: main, upper and sun all covered with teak, with teak-varnished handrails
Technical Details and Safety
MAN Engine 750HP overhauled in 2012. 9 knots cruise speed, 12 knots max speed
4 power generators, back-up engine, watermaker, waste treatment unit
3 long-range radars, 3 GPS systems
Satellite communication, satellite internet
HF radio, VHF radios, 2 autopilots
4 offshore Solas liferafts
Fuel tank capacity: 100,000 liters
Water tanks: 12 tons
Central heating and A/C throughout
Interior and Equipment
Interior entirely redesigned in 2012 by Sophie Bouakel-Kastelein
Fully equipped for 10-11 guests (5 cabins with independent bathrooms) and 5 crew (3 cabins) in separated areas
Professional galley with 4 large capacity freezers, cold and dry rooms
Two dinghies with 60HP outboard engines
2 canoes, water toys, camera-fitted drone
Air compressor and diving equipment