Built by Richmond Yachts in 2004, the 42-metre (138-foot) tri-deck motor yacht, Penny Mae can accommodate up to twelve guests in six staterooms.
This yacht has a nautically-styled interior, rich in raised-and-fielded panelling, marine art and artefacts. The main saloon offers guests a spacious bar, comfortable seating and a 12-seater formal dining table, as well as access to the yacht's entertainment centre which has access to satellite HDTV and the well stocked media centre. The second saloon, aft on the bridge deck, has a relaxing bar, large television and ultra-comfortable seating.
The guest accommodation includes a full beam master suite on the main deck, which has an office area and his-and-hers ensuites with spa and steam room. The VIP cabin, equipped with a spa bath, is located on the bridge deck from where it enjoys amazing sea views, while the remaining four cabins - two queen bedded staterooms, and two twin bedded staterooms are on the lower deck.
The sun deck, well shaded by the awning and umbrellas, offers a large spa pool and sumptuous chairs to relax or watch the flat screen television, while the two remaining decks both offer excellent alfresco dining.
She tows a 32-foot Intrepid tender that is ideal for expeditions, as well as an 18-foot Novurania RIB, ideal for her selection of wakeboards, water skis, tubes, sled and banana.
Built for comfortable family cruising she has a cruising speed of 13 knots and is available for charter in the Bahamas.