The extraordinary 88.15 metre asymmetric catamaran Asean Lady has been listed for sale with an asking price of €30,500,000. Inspired by the design of a Proa – a bamboo outrigger canoe used for centuries in the South Pacific – Asean Lady has been turning heads with its distinctive design since it was first delivered in 2004. BOAT steps on board.
The all-steel superyacht was first launched by Chinese yard Pride Mega Yachts in 2004 as a Proa 88 model and features exterior design courtesy of Ian Mitchell and interiors by Anne Chang. The unusual yacht is packed with standout superyacht amenities, including the helideck, which is located aft, allowing guests to arrive and depart in style.
Alongside the helipad, Asean Lady also has storage for four Jetskis at the bow, ensuring lots of watersport fun for the guests on board.
The entrance hall
Once on board, guests enter the inside of the yacht via the dedicated entrance hall.
The grand staircase
The main staircase leads guests down to the living areas on board, which include a dining area, lounge and bar.
Asean Lady was designed with tropical climates in mind, resulting in plenty of indoor areas for entertaining guests inside. One such area is the lounge and bar, where guests can enjoy an aperitif before dinner.
The dining area
The main formal dining area on board is large enough to host a party of 14 guests for dinner.
The master cabin
Accommodation on board Asean Lady is for a total of 18 guests in eight cabins, including the massive 160 square metre master cabin.
The master office
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