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Pendennis Palma completes refit on motor yacht Fair Lady

The 42m Fair Lady’s six month refit at Pendennis Palma has recently been completed, including a 5 year MCA LY1 survey which required substantial engineering work.

Fair Lady is a classic steel hull and teak-decked motor yacht, built in 1928 by the Camper & Nicholsons yard. A team from Pendennis carried out an overhaul of the main engine and generators, accompanied by a complete maintenance schedule for all engine room equipment.

Pendennis contracted several experts from their UK yard to work alongside local sub-contractors to complete the work. This refit was complemented by a full re-paint, for which all topside joinery was removed, refreshed and reinstalled, and overhaul of the standing rigging.