Previously known under the project name Coco, the motor yacht Lady Kathryn V left her shed at Lürssen a few days ago to be prepared for her imminent launch.
Built in steel and aluminium, her design by Espen Øino is an evolution of the Linda Lou series started in 2006. With an LOA of 61m, she's slightly longer than her previous sisters. Significant evolutions are noted. Her bridge deck has no full-beam section for example, giving a sleeker and more classic design to the yacht. Note also the presence of a crows nest above the sundeck, offering a panoramic view of the sea.
Her interior, designed by Adam Lay, accommodates 12 guests in a master suite on the main deck, a VIP stateroom on the bridge deck, and four double cabins on the lower deck.
Lady Kathryn V is the proud successor of a Westport 164. She will be delivered this Summer, and will be immediatly available to the charter in the Mediterranean followed by a Winter season in the Caribbean.