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62.6 metre Oceanco superyacht Lady Lola sold

The 62.6 metre motor yacht Lady Lola, listed for sale by Merle Wood at Merle Wood & Associates, has been sold with the buyer introduced by Bob McKeage at SuperYachts International.

Built in steel and aluminium by Dutch yard Oceanco to a design by The A Group, Lady Lola was delivered in 2002 and hailed at the time as the highest quality yacht yet launched from the yard. Lloyd's classed and MCA compliant, her interior by François Zuretti is themed around Norwegian birch burl wood and mahogany, with a liberal use of fine marbles.

She completed a refit and interior re-design in 2012. During the refit the entire upper level owner's deck was transformed into a 325 square metre private owner's apartment boasting a forward facing owner's suite with 270 degree panoramic views, separate his and hers bathrooms, a private forward facing terrace, a study and a saloon aft. A previous refit in 2005 added a convertible helicopter pad to Lady Lola.

Accommodation is for 10 guests in five cabins including the master suite. The four guest suites below deck feature en-suite marble bathrooms, seating areas and large closets, making them VIP cabins.

She also features a spacious flybridge for enjoying the space outdoors, which includes a plunge pool with waterfall, an outdoor cinema, two al fresco dining areas and a golf driving range. Twin 1,650hp Caterpillar diesel engines give her a range of 4,500 nautical miles at 12 knots.

Lying in Florida, Lady Lola was asking $39,750,000.

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