Built in GRP by the British yard Sunseeker International, she was delivered in 2018 as a Sunseeker 131 model. She comfortably accommodates 10 guests across five cabins. The full beam master suite is forward on the main deck and benefits from near floor to ceiling windows. On the lower deck are two generous VIP doubles and two twins that convert into doubles, all with full en suite bathroom facilities. She also sleeps eight crew.
On the outside decks, Lady M boasts a full range of sunshades covering the sundeck forward and aft section, bridge deck aft and the bow areas. An upgraded sundeck sound system and DJ setup with built-in seating and large sun pad at the stern area make this deck a dream for entertaining, with a pop-up television screen from the bar on the starboard side. On the main and upper decks, the sliding doors have been upgraded to electric operation, and the large outside dining table on the upper deck is the primary space for socialising and sampling the chef’s latest creations.
In the garage, she houses a large Williams diesel jet 565 tender with refuelling station, alongside a plethora of water toys, including two Seadoo RXP-X 300, two Sea bobs F5S, a hydro foil, fishing gear, water-skis, and wakeboards, stand up paddle boards and a selection of inflatables, in addition to a Bauer air compressor and dive equipment. There is also a range of gym equipment available on-board including yoga mats, treadmill, spin bike, TRX equipment and a Bowflex adjustable dumbbell set. With a top speed of 23 knots and a cruising speed of 13 knots, she is fitted with twin MTU 12V 4000 M93 diesel engines.
On display at the Monaco Yacht Show, Lady M is asking €18,900,000.