Innovative in every sense of the word, the 152′ (46.2m) Feadship LADY MAY was delivered in 2014. She features a sleek design and naval architecture by Dubois Naval Architects and an incredibly elegant interior by Redman Whiteley Dixon. The combination of design, performance, and comfort led LADY MAY to win a succession of Superyacht awards in 2015.
LADY MAY’s interior has been designed with entertaining in mind, and her sliding glass windows and doors blur the boundaries between inside and out. White marble, stainless steel trim, Macassar ebony cabinets, and bleached oak joinery create a modern, sophisticated, and calming interior. Through the unprecedentedly large glass windows integrated into the hull and superstructure, natural light is maximized throughout the interior of the vessel, best demonstrated by the stunning views from the owner’s suite. This iconic Feadship superyacht for sale accommodates up to 10 guests in 5 spacious staterooms and is served by 8 experienced crew members.
The upper deck onboard LADY MAY boasts a dining table for an al-fresco dining experience, seating, and sunbathing areas, as well as an external helm station. Sheltered from above by a hardtop with glazed roof panels, in cold or unpleasant weather conditions this whole area can be protected by a series of curved windows, which slide upwards to seal the space between hardtop and superstructure, providing an additional deck of air-conditioned ‘interior’ space as required.
Twin Caterpillar C32 engines propel her to a maximum speed of 19 knots while cruising effortlessly at 15 knots. She features a transatlantic range of 5,500 nautical miles and quantum zero-speed stabilizers provide an incredible level of comfort for guests onboard LADY MAY.
A stunning, state-of-the-art yacht that does not compromise on design or performance, LADY MAY is modern, sophisticated and perfect for entertaining or relaxing. Contact us today to learn more about the LADY MAY yacht, a Feadship for sale with Worldwide Central Agents Moran Yacht & Ship.
LADY MAY is not available for sale or charter to U.S. residents while in U.S. waters.