Rayburn motor yacht Lady Victoria sold
by Malcolm Maclean
The 26.85 metre motor yacht Lady Victoria, listed for sale by Merle Wood & Associates, has been sold with Dirk Johnson at Perini Navi USA acting for the buyer.
Built in GRP by Canadian yard Rayburn Custom Yachts, Lady Victoria was delivered in 2004. A gorgeous interior by Gregory C Marshall accommodates eight guests in four cabins consisting of a master suite, two double VIP suites and a twin. All cabins have new Sony flat screen televisions, Blu-Ray DVD systems, iPod docking stations and full en suite bathroom facilities.
Entering the saloon from the aft deck, there are a sofa and two occasional chairs to port and two armless upholstered chairs and a pop up 52 inch plasma television screen to starboard. To immediate starboard is a curio cabinet that houses the yacht’s music system, the burglar alarm, and the electronic curtain control.
Moving forward, the formal dining area of the boat features a large round mahogany dining table with six upholstered chairs to port and a granite topped buffet cabinet to starboard, which conceals the stairwell to the master stateroom. All the way forward is a beveled glass door breakfront cabinet, built into the forward bulkhead to port and a mahogany panelled day head to starboard.
The flybridge is accessed from the pilothouse or aft deck (both are gradual stairways, not ladders.) Features include Stidd pilot seats and double wide forward facing seating, a U-shaped settee with an al fresco dinette table, a full bar plus two permanent bright varnished teak bar stools with ladder backs, a double electric grill, plenty of storage, refrigeration and an ice maker. Twin 1,400hp Caterpillar engines give her a cruising speed of 13 knots.
Lying in South Florida,Lady Victoria was asking $3,495,000.