Built in Turkey to Bureau Veritas "all oceans" classification, the Kando 110 Series explorer yacht was designed throughout by AvA Yachts' in-house naval architects. The broker pointed out that she was first commissioned by the shipyard in 2019 then recommissioned and completed for her first owner in 2022.
Lady Caroline accommodates 12 guests in six cabins, with a main-deck, king-sized master suite and four guest double cabins on the lower deck. The master cabin's bathroom includes both a shower and bath tub. Large windows offer tremendous views.
The saloon, with wenge soles, is entered from the aft deck through glass sliding doors and one cannot miss the newly-installed oval-shaped glass elevator that serves two decks. Forward of the lounge area is a large pop-up TV that partially separates the dining area from the saloon when deployed. A generously-proportioned galley is positioned forward and to port.
Lady Caroline's skylounge, also featuring wenge soles, boasts a six-seater settee with three electric-recliner seats facing the TV. Near-full-height windows, offering commanding views, compete for guests' attention. Up top, a hard bimini, supporting the mast, provides shade for al fresco meals. Guests can cool off in the aft-facing Jacuzzi.
The 320GT yacht for sale is powered by twin 650hp Volvo Pentas giving her a cruising speed of 10.4 knots and maximum speed of 13.8 knots. Range is 6,500 nautical miles.
Lady Caroline is asking $9,975,000 and is lying in Florida, USA.Read More/First look: Inside Ava Yachts' Kando 110 Lady Caroline