Constructed by Dutch yard Feadship with a 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 rooms.
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, which 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 a top speed of 12.5 knots and 11 knots.
Lady Charlotte is asking €17,500,000 with VAT paid.