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Benetti motor yacht Lady Lara sold

The 59.3 metre motor yacht Lady Lara, listed for sale by Y.CO, is sold.

Built in steel and aluminium as a displacement yacht by Italian superyacht yard Benetti to a design by Stefano Natucci, Lady Lara was delivered in 2009. Studio Massari worked with design house Fendi to create an exquisite interior incorporating only the finest and most rare materials. 

Lady Lara accommodates up to 12 guests in six cabins. She is an MCA compliant vessel built to Lloyd’s classification, with renovations in 2014 including full paint work by Pinmar at the MB92 shipyard in Barcelona.

A unique interior has created beautiful and luxurious living spaces throughout. Her full beam master suite situated on the main deck boasts an additional panoramic lounge area, while the remaining cabins consist of a VIP suite, three doubles and a twin, all with en suite bathroom facilities. The main saloon has soothing cream and beige upholstery, while gold finishes and mouldings give the space an extremely warm quality.

An elevator within the yacht's spiral staircase seamlessly connects each deck, and on the lower level a built-in sauna sits with direct access to a large swim platform. An outstanding sundeck is the highlight of her exceptional exterior spaces, providing guests on board with the ultimate in al fresco entertainment and dining areas. Other features include a large Jacuzzi and fully air-conditioned gym.

Twin 1,770hp MTU engines power her to a cruising speed of 15 knots and a range of 6,142 nautical miles.

Lady Lara was asking €35 million.

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