Designed by De Voogt Naval Architects, this classic, canoe-sterned yacht has remained under original ownership since her delivery in 1993. Lady Beatrice underwent a 30-year survey this year and is in "pristine" condition following an extensive and meticulous maintenance programme, according to the broker.
Accommodation is for 16 guests across eight cabins, with further space for 17 crew. The main deck features two master cabins, both fitted with a walk-in dressing room and a private study. Further guest accommodation is situated on the lower deck and comprises two double cabins and four twin cabins.
Renowned designer Jon Bannenberg is the brains behind her palatial interiors, which sees a "blend of traditional patterns and opulent textures" such as oak wood and plush carpetry. Floor-to-ceiling windows fill the main saloon with natural light, whose drawing room aesthetic is cultivated by a grand piano, ambient lighting and pin-striped sofa seating. Adjoining the main saloon is a formal dining area, seating up to 16 guests under a Renaissance-style fresco ceiling. Alternatively, her upper deck saloon offers a more intimate space for gatherings with plush seating and panoramic ocean views.
Lady Beatrice has ample convivial areas on deck, too, including a shaded, al fresco dining area on the lower deck and a seating area on the main deck complete with Bimini cover. Up on the sun deck is a spacious pool with adjoining shower and sun loungers.
This yacht for sale is complemented with a selection of tenders, including a 7-metre GRP custom, a 6.1-metre Boston Whaler and a 4.5-metre Novurania RIB. There are also two sets of diving gear onboard for maintenance purposes.
Powered by twin Caterpillar 3516 DITA engines, she has a cruising speed of 14 knots and can reach a maximum speed of 16 knots. A Vosper stabilisation system ensures smoother cruising.
Lady Beatrice is now asking €19,750,000.