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Open House on superyacht Gallant Lady with Northrop & Johnson

Kevin Merrigan at Northrop & Johnson will be your host at an Open House on Wednesday March 20th on the 51.2m motor yacht Gallant Lady at the north end of Face Dock at the Bahia Mar Yachting Centre between 4pm and 7pm.

Built by Feadship and delivered in 2007, Gallant Lady is one of the most environmentally friendly yachts afloat – her owner is a founding member of the Seakeeper’s Society and she was built to reflect their longstanding commitment to protecting and restoring the world’s oceans. She incorporates a number of innovations including a bio-reactive waste sewage treatment plant.

The use of hi-tech lightweight materials in her construction gives her a very shallow draft compared to other yachts of her size and quality, increasing her cruising capabilities.

Her John Munford interior is influenced by eighteenth and nineteenth century French and Italian antiques and showcases beautiful woods ranging from black walnut, sycamore, eucalyptus and myrtle burl. Stunning glasswork artfully combined with seventeen granites and marbles create the feel of romantic elegance. Custom-made Edward Fields carpets and silk panels accentuate luxurious textures throughout the yacht.

A recent $7 million price drop sees Gallant Lady asking $42.5 million.

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