LADY L, a luxury yacht of 44 metres is currently offering a charter special in the Western Mediterranean - don't miss out and find out more ...
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Fantastic unmissable special announcement! The 44m Dutch superyacht by Heesen LADY L is offering an introductory charter rate for all summer weeks while cruising the West Mediterranean. Launched in 2012, she features interior design by Omega Architects and accommodates up to 10 guests, over 5 cabins, comprising a master, 2 queen and 2 twin suites. The yacht will be based in the South of France and enjoying surrounding areas, including the Italian coastline, Corsica, Sardinia and Sicily.
Constructed to the highest of standards, the yachts interior and exterior finishes are exquisite. There is a lovely open plan salon with lounge aft, complemented by a cocktail bar to port, and formal dining placed forward. Space has surrounding windows, bringing in fabulous natural light, to infuse the elegant décor and rich timeless styling. Further forward on this level, there is a full beam master stateroom with king size bed, vanity and private lounge. An upper deck boasts a sky lounge, perfect for unwinding and catching up with family and friends, after a fun-filled day.
M/Y LADY L delivers excellent outdoor living, on 3 beautifully appointed teak decks. Adjacent to the salon, charter guests will find a partially shaded space, offering a full beam seating/sun pad area. This leads to the swim platform and good assortment or water toys. Up to one deck, is a shaded alfresco dining option with additional sitting areas. Side decks lead around the bridge, to a cosy Portuguese bow that offers stunning, seating and casual tables, ideal for light refreshments. The Heesen’s sundeck is sure to please everyone in the charter group, with endless possibilities, no matter the occasion, including a large sun pad surrounding the deluxe jacuzzi, a cocktail bar situated under the shade, plus an intimate exterior dining table.
Notable features for LADY L
~ Good cruising speeds of 18 – 25 knots, while her semi-displacement hull is assisted by zero speed stabilizers, to reduce motion.