Superyacht Lady Linda starts inaugural charter season in the Med with Burgess

The recently launched 57m Trinity yacht Lady Linda has arrived in the Mediterranean for her first charter season, joining the Burgess fleet.

Designed and built for experienced superyacht owners, Lady Linda is the epitome of floating luxury, style and comfort. Her richly decorated interior was designed by Evan K Marshall in a modern classic style with a variety of high gloss exotic woods, granite and marble, bespoke furniture and exquisite art work.

Lady Linda accommodates 12 guests in six spacious cabins. The sumptuous master suite on the main deck features a king-sized bed, his-and-hers bathrooms and a private study, while located amidships on the lower deck, are four guest suites with king-sized beds, all designed with soft, restful tones. The guest suite on the bridge deck has a queen-sized bed and can be converted to a gymnasium if required.

A formal main saloon and 12-seater dining room are complemented by the more informal sky lounge, which is naturally lit by large picture windows and hosts an entertainment centre, bar, games table and seating areas for relaxing, and spacious deck areas designed for al fresco dining and relaxation.

The expansive sundeck has a spa pool, sunpads, sun loungers, bar, barbecue grill and full entertainment centre. Oval sliding glass doors can enclose the bar and entertainment space to create a discotheque. A touch-and-go helipad, stash of water toys and dedicated crew of 13 are also at the disposal of her guests.

Following her inaugural charter season in the Mediterranean this summer, Lady Linda will be wintering in the Bahamas, able to get to many secluded bays and anchorages thanks to her shallow draught. The yacht will also consider Caribbean charters over the winter months.

Lady Linda is chartering for a weekly high season rate of €350,000 and low season rate of €322,000. For more information contact:

T: +44 20 7766 4300
E: london@burgessyachts.com
W: www.burgessyachts.com

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