Since her delivery in 2021, the 115-metre Lürssen Lady Jorgia (formerly known as Ahpo) has remained one of the most exciting vessels available for charter. Having been recently sold, in one of the biggest brokerage deals to date, Lady Jorgia is now offered for charter with Edmiston and will be available this summer in the Mediterranean from €2,600,000 per week.
Designed by the renowned studio, Nuvolari Lenard, Lady Jorgia’s sharp profile was inspired by that of a supercar, with tapered decks, a striking two-tone colour scheme and half-moon windows – a nod to those featured on 86-metre Quatroelle, a previous collaboration between Lürssen, the design studio and the former owner.
Accommodation on board the 5,000GT vessel is for 16 guests across eight well-appointed cabins, each calling upon the nature-inspired theme that features throughout the interior. Lady Jorgia has a two-storey owner’s apartment arrangement with two identical bedrooms with different colour schemes and the owner’s cabin.
Graced with pastel colours, the owner’s cabin features two private terraces and two spectacular bathrooms with glistening metal bathtubs from Catchpole & Rye, mosaics inspired by the work of Gustav Klimt and crystal chandeliers by Lasvit. The walls are also embellished with hand-crafted maple leaf wallpaper in a pattern that continues onto the bed and around the rest of the cabin.
Wellness is another important theme on board and Lady Jorgia features one of the fleet’s most impressive set-ups, with one of the largest superyacht spas in the world. Combining wet and dry areas, the space has huge sofas and armchairs and a platform flipping down onto the water. There is also a bar with a backlit wall, decorated with bamboo leaves. The dry area is then separated from the deep-blue sauna, steam room, showers and a plunge pool.
Another impressive space is a 12-seat cinema. Here there are three portraits of Dandridge, Sidney Poitier and Sammy Davis Jr, in black and white fabric mosaics as well as a starlit ceiling.
The main interior dining area features a spectacular custom table made by List. Its glass top was created by DKT Artworks using the French technique of verre églomisé with a theme of water lilies, which is repeated in the chandelier above as well as the doors.
But guests are likely to spend most of their mealtimes in the aft-deck oasis, which is a large winter garden filled with foliage and a 16-seater table. The space can be completely opened or closed off from the elements on request.
On the upper deck, guests will find an eight-metre swimming pool, a Jacuzzi encircled by a spread of sun pads, as well as a vast gym, which is fully equipped with the latest equipment.
Lady Jorgia will be spending her first season cruising under new ownership in the Mediterranean and is available for charter with Edmiston from €2,600,000 per week.