Step back in time to the Roaring Twenties with FAIR LADY. A truly authentic classic, this distinguished charter yacht was built in 1928 and retains her exquisite period features, alongside the latest communications and technology.
Stunning original features include the 1920s ship's wheel and brass binnacle which sit alongside the very latest navigational equipment in the wheelhouse. Time has stood still in the cosy card room on the main deck, which retains the original pear wood detailing and furniture. A peaceful retreat, this is the place to hideaway with a good book and a pre-dinner drink. The traditional mahogany-panelled dining room was designed for formal dinners, while the main saloon's plump sofas and art nouveau furniture create a calm and relaxing space by day or night.
The cabins on the lower deck are accessed via separate staircases forward and aft. The aft double and twin have en suite bathrooms, original portholes and a warm feel with traditional, understated decor. The full beam master suite mid-ships is spacious and elegant, with an en suite bathroom, bureau and sofas nestled beneath the portholes to port and starboard. Further forward, two comfortable single cabins each have their own washbasin and share a large guest bathroom.
Guests on this charter yacht love FAIR LADY's immaculate deck spaces which include a choice of dining and sunbathing areas. A sheltered alcove on the sun deck is a popular spot for breakfast, while the expansive sun pad and wooden sun loungers aft offer plenty of opportunities to catch the sun. A chic Parisian bench bends around the stern on the main deck and a further shaded dining area offers a cool, refreshing escape from the heat.
Popular with classic and sailing enthusiasts, FAIR LADY has been meticulously maintained and retains the refined elegance of the luxury yachts of her era.