The 51.2 metre superyacht Gallant Lady has been sold in three months with Kevin Merrigan and Kristen Klein of Northrop & Johnson acting for the seller and Tom George of Onewater Yacht Group introducing the buyer.
Gallant Lady marks the first superyacht launched under Feadship's Royal De Vries division back in 2007. She has a number of standout features including an exceptionally shallow draft of 2.1 metres and a dining room with wraparound windows. In 2020, she underwent a $6.9 million refit.
Her owner is a founding member of the Seakeeper's Society and Gallant Lady was built to reflect a longstanding commitment to the ocean environment. Her low draft also means she is well-suited to regions such as the Bahamas or the Caribbean.
She accommodates ten guests across five cabins, which includes a generous owner’s deck with a private al fresco area. Stretching out across the entire 9.6 metre beam, this cabin features fluted columns, wide windows and a 125 square metre bathroom with an ornate “Orioles in Oleander” theme across the shower walls and doors.
The remaining cabins can be found on the lower deck and comprise two queen and two twin guest cabins.
The yacht’s classic interior was originally designed by John Munford and includes a blend of woods ranging from black walnut, sycamore, eucalyptus and myrtle burl. Rich textures, plush fabrics and an ocean-inspired colour palette work in tandem with silk finishes and intricate glasswork.
Gallant Lady offers an al fresco dining area on the main deck aft, which comprises a smaller circular breakfast nook alongside a larger dining area for ten. Up on the flybridge is another seating area where guests can kick back and enjoy the views while underway.
Power comes from twin Caterpillar engines delivering a top speed of 15 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots, with Quantum Marine stabilisers keeping her steady at anchor and underway.
Gallant Lady was asking $25,000,000.