The radical 88.2-metre asymmetric catamaran Asean Lady, listed for sale by Raffles Yacht Group, has had a further price drop of €7,000,000.
Delivered in 2004, she was built by Chinese yard Pride Mega Yachts and is listed on the brokerage market as the owner anticipates delivery of a new build. Her asymmetric design is by Ian Mitchell and is based on a Proa: a bamboo outrigger canoe, which has been used for centuries by the indigenous people of the South Pacific.
Asean Lady offers accommodation for 18 guests in eight cabins including a 160-square-metre master suite with a private balcony and office that can be shut off by curved doors hidden in the bulkheads. \
A beam of 21 metres means her interior spaces are vast and include a large formal dining setting, a sit-up bar for 12 guests and a grand central staircase. Her interior features glossy woods and occasional wood carvings.
Power comes from a single 2,000hp Caterpillar diesel engine with a Counter Rotating Propeller (CRP) Azimuth Drive. She has a top speed of 15 knots and the yacht is also equipped with a 600hp retractable thruster that is capable of propelling her at a speed of seven knots. Other features include a dedicated helideck with storage for four Jet Skis in the bow.
She was built in steel to ABS class and offers a range of 10,000 nautical miles.
Lying in Malaysia, Asean Lady is now asking $15,000,000.