icon-tablet icon_arrow_down icon_arrow_left icon_arrow_left_large icon_arrow_right icon_arrow_right_large icon_arrow_up icon_back icon_bullet_arrow icon_bullet_dot icon_call icon_close icon_close_large icon_compare icon_facebook icon_favourite icon_googleplus icon_grid_off icon_grid_on icon_information icon_instagram icon_menu icon_message icon_minus icon_pinterest icon_plus icon_quote_end icon_quote_start icon_radio_on icon_refresh icon_search icon_share icon_star icon_tick_on icon_twitter icon_youtube icon_video_play

Subscribe to our mailing list

Newsletter Preferences

Choose one or more newsletters
No, thanks

Price drop on Feadship superyacht Gallant Lady at Northrop & Johnson

Kevin Merrigan at Northrop & Johnson sends in news of a $3.5 million price cut on his listing for sale, the 51.2m motor yacht Gallant Lady.

Gallant Lady was built by Dutch superyacht yard Feadship and delivered in 2007, fitted with a host of eco-friendly innovations specified by her environmentally conscious owners – including a bio-reactive waste sewage treatment plant. The use of high-tech lightweight materials in her construction gives her a very shallow draft compared to other yachts of her size and quality, increasing her cruising capabilities.

British designer John Munford designed her interior, influenced by eighteenth and nineteenth century French and Italian antiques. She showcases beautiful woods ranging from black walnut, sycamore, eucalyptus and myrtle burl. Amazing glasswork artfully combined with no fewer than seventeen granites and marbles creates a feel of romantic elegance. Custom-made Edward Fields carpets and silk panels accentuate the luxurious textures found throughout the yacht.

Accommodation is for 10 guests in five well-appointed staterooms laid out as a master suite, VIP stateroom, a double and two twins and all staterooms have en suite facilities. Twin 1,000hp Caterpillar engines give her a range of 4,200 nautical miles at 12 knots.

Lying in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Gallant Lady is down from $42.5 million to $39 million.

Loading content...
Show all results for “%{term}