The 30 metre motor yacht Lady Amanda has been listed for sale by West Nautical.
Built in Kevlar by French yard Guy Couach to Bureau Veritas class, Lady Amanda was delivered in 2006 as a Couach 3000 Fly model and most recently refitted in 2018. The design, by Exequiel Cano Lanza, is typical of the modern and sporty Couach style with its sleek lines and extensive window panels running along the sides. With a sober, classic interior, she has accommodation for up to nine guests in four double cabins, all with en suite bathroom facilities. Crew quarters are for three members of staff aboard this yacht for sale.
A major feature is an extended flybridge with a novel helm station, positioned far enough aft of the windscreen to allow a row of sun loungers in the space between, so the captain can drive and still keep an eye on guests. Farther aft is a full wet bar, a U-shaped dining area, a hot tub, and more sun pads. In fact, the bridge is so completely dedicated to entertainment that stowage for the tender is relegated to the swim platform. Twin 2,000hp MTU engines give her a cruising speed of 26 knots and a top speed of 30 knots.
Lying in Cannes, France, Lady Amanda is asking €2,500,000.