The 33.5m (110ft) motor yacht ESTHER 7, from Horizon Yachts' popular RP110 series, was constructed in fibreglass with naval architecture by Don Blount and contemporary interiors and exteriors by Espinosa Yachts Design. She was delivered in 2014.
The large sun deck has a deck crane for launching tender and toys, sunlounging deck space and a raised jacuzzi aft, and beneath the hardtop there is L-shaped seating around two tables port and starboard as well as a bar and BBQ. Forward there is forward facing seating to port, a flybridge helm station to starboard and behind a central sliding door are steps leading to the bridge, which has guest seating.
The main deck aft has open-air dining and a drop-down TV. Steps either side lead down to the large swim platform, which is used for toy stowage underway, and the tender garage, which also has internal access from the main deck aft. Walkaround sidedecks lead forward to a Portuguese bridge and large sunpad and full-height sliding glass doors open into the main saloon.
Inside the main saloon, which has huge picture windows, is a fully equipped bar, making the main deck aft well suited to entertainment. There is an L-shaped lounge opposite a pop-up TV, a formal dining area forward and a dayhead off the main lobby.
The owner's suite, forward on the main deck, is well lit through large windows port and starboard and two circular skylights. There is a walk-in wardrobe and steps forward lead down to a marble bathroom with shower and bath. On the lower deck are two double guest suites and two twin guest suites, both of which have an additional berth, completing accommodation for 12 guests in five suites.
Twin 1,800hp Caterpillar diesel engines give her a top speed of 18 knots and a cruising speed of 15 knots.