Codecasa superyacht Lady Lau sold

14 August 2015 • Written by Malcolm MacLean

The 65 metre motor yacht Lady Lau, jointly listed for sale by  Worth Avenue Yachts and Merle Wood & Associates, is sold with Peter Thompson at Worth Avenue introducing the buyer.

A full displacement yacht built by the Italian superyacht yard  Codecasa in steel and aluminiun, Lady Lau was delivered in 2010 and is Lloyds classed and MCA compliant offering accommodation for up to 18 guests, with a full beam owner’s suite on the upper deck and eight further guest cabins. There are also cabins for 10 crew. The original owner specified that each stateroom should be decorated in a different style including Thai, Chinese, Egyptian and modern, to host his many foreign guests in a comfortable ambience. All cabins have full en suite bathroom facilities and each is decorated in a style matching that of its cabin.

Lady Lau - yacht sold by Worth Avenue

The main deck saloon is expansive, with comfortable seating, a bar, grand piano and an entertainment centre, and leads forward into a formal dining area with seating for 18 guests.

She also features a gym, a cinema and a large, wind-protected al fresco dining area on the upper deck. In addition, this deck has a further saloon offering more seating, another dining table and a wet bar. Her rich mahogany and marble interior was designed by Della Role, and includes an elevator serving all five decks.

Twin 2,448hp Caterpillar engines give her a maximum speed of 17 knots and a cruising range of 6,000 nautical miles at 12 knots. Anti-roll comfort is provided by Quantum zero speed stabilisers.

Lady Lau was asking €39.5 million.

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