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Burgess Announces Exclusive Sale Listing For M/Y Lady May

Burgess  a global leader in the superyacht industry has just announced their exclusive sale listing of the gorgeous 151.60 foot/46.20 meter M/Y Lady May. Built in 2014 in the Netherlands by Feadship, this unique beauty boasts a highly efficient hull design and naval architecture by Dubois and elegant interior styling courtesy of Redman Whiteley Dixon. This winning combination has resulted in Lady May winning a slew of awards since her launch at the World Superyacht Awards.

Her chic and minimalist exterior lines and smart silver paintwork harmonise perfectly with her calming modern interior which is decorated in an easy-going neutral colour palette and accented with luxurious textiles and thoughtful artworks. In the main saloon the inclusion of large windows and high ceilings creates a light airy feel and allows guests to feel a deep connection with the sea and the spectacular scenery outside. There are also ample areas for coming together and socialising al fresco on the roomy flybridge which can accommodate up to 50 guests for events or parties and boasts a large bar and dining area.

Overnight guests are also well-catered for with a total of four guest suites situated on the lower deck and a grand master suite which boasts two six-metre-long windows on both sides of the yacht to give the lucky new owner astonishing views from the comfort of their bed. In total Lady May can accommodate up to 10 overnight guests and she has capacity for a crew of 8.

As well as stunning good looks and a thoughtful interior layout, this stylish superyacht also delivers when it comes to performance and speed. Lady May boasts a top speed of 19 knots thanks to her two 1900hp Caterpillar engines and she has a range of 2000 nautical miles when cruising at 16.5 knots which makes her ideal for adventurous cruising.

Lady May has an asking price of $33,886,000/€29,000,000 and those interested in finding out more are encouraged to contact Burgess directly.

Alice Longhurst

After her first taste of life at sea aged three, Alice spends her time writing about yachts, fine wine and the good things in life.

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