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63 metre Oceanco Lucky Lady emerges from six-month refit

10 May 2022• Written by Katia Damborsky

The 63 metre superyacht Lucky Lady has been relaunched in Alblasserdam following a comprehensive refit at her home shipyard. She was rolled down the slipway in April and hit the water shortly after.

The yacht was launched a decade ago as Lady Lola and has been thoroughly well-maintained over the years. In 2017, she underwent a complete interior refresh.

Her most recent refit with Oceanco included a number of technical and cosmetic upgrades that have left her in exacting condition ready for the upcoming season.

Lucky Lady when she was known as Lady Lola
All photos: Oceanco

Lucky Lady features exterior design from Monaco-based studio The A Group, with interiors courtesy of Francois Zuretti. With an interior volume of 1,083 GT, she can accommodate 10 guests in five cabins, with space for a crew of 16.

The yacht has proved a successful addition to the charter fleet over the years, with crowd-pleasing amenities including a retractable golf tee, a 7,000 litre jacuzzi with waterfall and al fresco cinema.

Lucky Lady was last listed as a yacht for sale in February 2020. She is expected to be redelivered in the coming weeks.

Meanwhile, Oceanco has two other projects in the water at its Alblasserdam facility. These include  Y720 and Y719, now known as Infinity

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