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Superyacht Lady Lola sold by Merle Wood and Fraser Yachts

Now for the eighth and largest sale so far this month as Cromwell Littlejohn at Merle Wood & Associates tells me that he and Merle Wood acted for the buyer in the sale of the 62.6m motor yacht Lady Lola, listed by Antoine Althaus at Fraser Yachts.

Built in 2002 by Oceanco to a design by The ‘A’ Group, Lady Lola was at the time hailed as the highest quality yacht yet launched from the yard. Lloyds classed and MCA compliant, her interior by François Zuretti is themed around Norwegian birch burl wood and mahogany, with a liberal use of fine marbles.

Accommodation is for 10 guests in five staterooms including an owner’s suite on the main deck with its own private deck and saloon, while the four cabins below deck are all near-identical VIP staterooms. Refitted in 2005 and featuring a convertible helicopter pad among many other innovations, Lady Lola has two 1650hp Caterpillar engines powering her to a range of 5,500 nautical miles.

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