About GO

GO was built in 2010 and, after five years of world cruising, the owners decided to extend all the decks of their yacht. A study into the various aspects of form, stability, seakeeping and comfort was carried out to ensure that GO could be lengthened while maintaining her running gear. Four metres was found to be the optimal length for the hull extension, enhancing the lines while maintaining her seakeeping qualities.

Additions to hull and deck space made room for a larger tender created internal access to the lazarette and added a crew cabin – features typically found on a much larger yacht. The upper deck expansion also provided a huge additional amount of outdoor space for relaxing. The interior was restyled by Sinot who transformed the design to an even higher level than was already the case. You’ll see what we mean if you watch this charter video released in 2016 to showcase life on the ‘new’ GO.

Refit specifications

Extension all decks, enlarged lazarettes and extra staff cabin aft, full repaint, interior refurbishment in luxury areas, AV upgrade etc.

General info

39.00m / 127′11″
14 knots
9.10m / 29′10″
2.75m / 9′0″
Feadship Aalsmeer


De Voogt Naval Architects
Studio De Voogt
Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design & Fokkema & Partners Architects


2x MTU 12V2000 M70, 788 kW / 1070 bhp @ 2100rpm


40,000 litres / 10,567 US Gallons
12,000 litres / 3,170 US Gallons




1x Castoldi tender 6.4 m, 1x MOB tender
1x Seadoo RXP-X260 jet ski, 1x Water skis & specialist monoski, 2x Wakeboard, 1x Several pull inflatable toys including 2 x donut and aqua glide, 8x Snorkel gear (masks, snorkels, fins), 2x Fishing rods for trawling, 2x Fishing rods for jigging, 1x Miscellaneous beach toys, 2x Naish hard paddle boards, 1x Jetsurf
1x Jacuzzi on sun deck, 1x RYA jet ski training school, 1x Padi dive school, 4x Full dive set up, 1x BBQ, 1x 4x4m jellyfish pool - 3m deep, 1x Inflatable trampoline