International Yacht Collection offers superyacht Lady Lola for charter
by Malcolm MacLean
Terry Hines, Charter Marketing Director at International Yacht Collection is offering the spectacular 62.5m motor yacht Lady Lola for charter in the Mediterranean from 1 July 2012.
Originally built by Oceanco in 2002, she has been undergoing a major refit during the winter of 2011/2012.
Her international crew of 15 is lead by Captain Gui Garcia; his wife Christina Jones, formerly of Tuscan Sun, is the chef.
The stunning Zuretti interior makes luxurious use of her 10.5m beam, including private access to the owner’s area, which occupies the entire upper deck, encompassing 325 square metres. Here, the owner’s suite features a king-sized bed, 270-degree panoramic views through huge windows, his-and-hers en suites with steam shower and spa pool, respectively, a private forward terrace, lounge, study and aft deck. For guests, Lady Lola features three queen-sized cabins and a twin on the lower deck, sleeping 10 in all.
On the main deck, the saloon showcases a custom Steinway grand piano, a service bar and a games table, while the dining saloon seats 12. The raised bridge is forward with observation seating; her main aft deck includes high/low tables for casual dining, a large sunpad and a tairway to the fitness centre. She will be equipped with brand new toys and tenders.
The sundeck is huge: the forward raised, semi-circular seating features a glass windbreak and occasional tables. Her 'Cinema in the Sky' under the arch includes a television with drop-down projector/screen and surround sound. Aft, her custom lit spa pool has a two-level waterfall and guests can relax on sunloungers with umbrellas for shade if required.
Lady Lola is available in the Mediterranean at €370,000 per week plus all expenses and in the Caribbean in the winter of 2012/2013 at €290,000 per week plus all expenses.