A €550,000 price drop has been confirmed on the 41.5-metre Feadship motor yacht Lady Charlotte, listed for sale with Hans Van Doornmalen at Edmiston.
Constructed by Dutch yard Feadship of steel hull and aluminium, the yacht was delivered in 2003 to a design by Michael McQuiston. Originally developed with naval architecture from Feadship De Voogt Naval Architects, her CRAVT-penned interiors sleep eight guests in four cabins comprising a master suite, a VIP suite and two twin cabins.
She emerged from a refit in 2022 which included lengthening her hull by three metres and an overhaul of the majority of her systems. Other highlights saw the replacement of her interiors, a full top-to-bottom paint job and the addition of an extra crew and captain’s cabin.
Over half of her teak decks were replaced and she received a full ECDIS bridge and a new, professional galley.
During the refit, her original De Voogt naval architecture was revamped by Azure Naval Architects, who also oversaw a refresh of the interiors.
Her new interior is home to the main saloon with an L-shaped settee and two armchairs forward of a dining table for eight guests. Two al fresco dining areas are located on her aft deck and upper deck aft, while a sun lounging and social space can be found on her foredeck.
Twin CAT diesel engines provide this yacht for sale with a top speed of 12.5 knots and cruising speed of 11 knots. Lady Charlotte's 5-year Lloyd's survey is due for completion in March 2023.
Lady Charlotte is now asking €16,950,000 with VAT paid.