The 52.46 metre Gallant Lady is en route to Rotterdam following a full-scale refit at Feadship's Aalsmeer shipyard. The yacht entered the refit shed almost a year ago and is set to be redelivered in the coming weeks after the successful completion of sea trials.
The yacht has undergone significant work to both her interior and exterior and the yard has also performed scheduled maintenance and technical upgrades to bring her up to 2022 standards.
In a statement, Feadship described the refit as "intensive". The yard hasn't disclosed all of the specifics of the work, but it has said that the interior has been "completely reconfigured".
The yacht has also benefitted from new alfresco areas, including a the addition of a new beach club and reconfigured flybridge.
Gallant Lady was delivered in 1996 to a design by Rick Jorden with interiors by Paola D. Smith. Her striking profile features a contrast of horizontal and vertical segments of glazing, and, unusually for a yacht of this size, is home to a flybridge with a control station.
Meanwhile, the yacht's interiors have been kept under wraps since she hit the water, however it is known they follow a classic theme.
It comes at a busy time for Feadship, with the yard having recently redelivered Mogambo fresh from an eight-month refit.