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Oceanfast superyacht Lady Arraya sold

The 40.33 metre Oceanfast superyacht Lady Arraya has been sold by Steve Smith in an in-house deal at Denison Yacht Sales.

Delivered in 2009 she was previously known as Opal C and later named Lady Arraya. This semi-displacement yacht was fully refitted in 2003 and has been constantly upgraded.

Lady Arraya was one of the largest all-aluminium yachts in the world at her launch. She features naval architecture by Phil Curran and both interior and exterior design by Jon Bannenberg.

Characterised by her large round windows, Lady Arraya also stands out thanks to the spoiler on her stern. These large windows that almost span the height of her interior fill the yacht with light and help to create a spacious and airy feel inside.

This yacht for sale has accommodation for eight guests. Her owner’s cabin lies on the upper deck and offers the perfect blend of spectacular views and privacy. The VIP suite is on the main deck beside the saloon and has a queen-size bed and an en-suite bathroom. Below sits two guest cabins with twin beds and en suite bathrooms. If an additional cabin is required, there is one on the bridge that has a king size bed and en suite, which can also be used by the Captain.

Lady Arraya was also made available for charter in Asia. Her shallow draught allows her new owner to experience the bays of the Andaman Sea unrestricted.

Lying in Thailand, Lady Arraya was asking $2,495,000.

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