Classic FAIR LADY a Camper & Nicholsons Superyacht
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Built by the UK-based Camper & Nicholsons Shipyard in 1928, the 42-metre superyacht Fair Lady (ex Fair Lady, Fair Maid) is a classic steel hulled and teak-decked vessel, with last refit by Pendennis Palma in 2013. Motor yacht Fair Lady features exterior design by Charles E. Nicholson, while her interior design is by John Munford.
Classic FAIR LADY Specifications
|Type/Year:||a Camper & Nicholsons Superyacht/1928|
|Max Speed:||12 knots|
|Engines:||2xGardner 8L3B diesels|
|Cruise Speed:||10.5 knots|
|Builder/Designer:||John Munford Design, John Munford, Charles E Nicholson, Camper & Nicholsons, Camper & Nicholson|
Luxury yacht Fair Lady can comfortably sleep up to 8 guests. She offers 5 lovely cabins, including a master cabin, a double guest cabin, a twin guest cabin, as well as two single guest cabins. Service aboard is ensured by a friendly crew of 7 professionals.
Made of steel and aluminium, the 42-metre classic yacht Fair Lady (ex Fair Lady, Fair Maid) can achieve a maximum speed of 12 knots and a cruising speed of 10,5 knots. She is run by twin Gardner 8L3B diesels. Fair Lady has a beam of 6,40m (21') and a maximum draft of 2,75m (9'02'').
Accommodation aboard Fair Lady yacht is offered to a total number of 8 guests. There are 5 well appointed cabins, including a master cabin, a double guest cabin, a twin guest cabin, as well as two single guest cabins. The vessel also carries a professional crew of 7.
Amenities and Extras
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"First it is necessary to listen to the client’s requirement, motor or sail, private or charter, leisure or performance, business or pleasure, approximate length, how many guests, classic or modern, cruising waters, toys, tenders, equipment, communications, pools; gyms, cinemas and so no. All relating to how many crew are required to run the vessels efficiently whilst maintaining the owners requirement. Once you have that the naval architect and designer can form the body of the yacht." - John Munford