In the saloon, the aft glass doors and the window can disappear, making one large social space. Meanwhile the saloon’s entire seating area, including the coffee table and carpet, can rotate 360 degrees to face the aft deck and bar.
Previously named Como, Lady May was delivered to its owner in 2014. Naval architecture and exterior design was penned by Dubois Naval Architects while interior design comes courtesy of RWD.
A bar and dining area for eight sits on the aft main deck.
Moran describes the interior as "sophisticated and calming" with materials including white marble, stainless steel and Macassar ebony.
Lady May features large hull glass windows that flood the interior with natural light. The owner's suite features far-reaching ocean views.
Total accommodation on board is for a total of 10 guests in five cabins and eight crew.
Lady May is powered by twin 1,900hp Caterpillar diesel engines for a range of 3,000 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 14 knots.