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CIM Sailing Yacht Lady Emily Sold

14 April 2020 • Written by Malcolm MacLean

The 26.69 metre motor yacht Lady Emily has been sold with the buyer and seller represented by Andre Barbier and Sandra Totten at Dolphin Yachts.

Designed by Sparkman & Stephens as a family cruising yacht,   Lady Emily is an attractive Maxi 88′ sloop built in GRP by the French yard CIM to Bureau Veritas class and delivered in 1990. She is very well equipped and offers comfortable accommodation eight guests in two doubles and two twins, plus four crew. With her outstanding range and go-anywhere capabilities, she has proved to be a very popular charter yacht.

Lady Emily was asking €750,000.

Her fully air-conditioned contemporary interior is predominantly cream with warm wood accents and pale fabrics. The relaxation area of the main saloon offers two large settees with tables to port while individual chairs seat eight guests comfortably at the inlaid wood dining table to starboard. Above deck, a permanent Bimini top lends shade to generous seating for eight around the cockpit’s U-shaped table. For more al fresco enjoyment, there is a large teak deck aft.

Lady Emily has an hydraulic platform at the stern, suitable either for carrying a large dinghy or for diving activities. The well protected centre cockpit area is the perfect space for long, leisurely al fresco meals. Further features include confident sailing performance, a large volume interior, and a sizeable crew area. Under power, her top speed is 12 knots and she boasts a maximum cruising range of 1,600 nautical miles at 9 knots with power coming from a 300hp Caterpillar 3208 diesel engine.

Lady Emily was asking €750,000.

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CIM   29.69 m •  1990

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