Worth Avenue sells Burger luxury yacht Lady Sarah with Luke Brown
Built in aluminium by US superyacht yard Burger Boat to a design by Don O'Keefe and Douglas Richey, she was delivered in 2001 as Bella Una. Her interior is ‘classic contemporary’ with traditional accents and exotic African cherry woodwork throughout.
Lady Sarah accommodates six guests in three staterooms including a full-beam master suite and two double cabins. The master suite has a king-sized bed, 55 inch Samsung HD television, DVD and a full surround-sound audio system plus en suite facilities while the VIP stateroom comes with a queen sized bed and a marble en suite with shower. A crew cabin for two has upper and lower berths along with a shower and head.
Forward to port in the main saloon is a custom dining table with exquisite woodwork inlay. Six matching chairs comfortably surround the round table. Opposite to starboard is the built-in wet bar with marble counter tops and an under mounted, black enamel sink. Aft in the main saloon is a lounge area with an upholstered sofa, leather armchair, and a custom built coffee table. To port, aft of the stairway to the master suite, is a built-in entertainment center housing the vessel's primary audio and video equipment including a large Samsung 46 inch HD flat screen television screen that lowers out of sight when not in use.
Twin 1,650hp Caterpillar engines power her to a cruising speed of 17 knots and a maximum speed of 21 knots.
Lady Sarah was asking $2.4 million.