LADY MAY a 46m Feadship superyacht by Dubois
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A fabulous luxury vessel, 46m Feadship motor yacht LADY MAY (ex Como) by Dubois Naval Architects features naval architecture and exterior design by Dubois with interiors by Redman Whiteley Dixon. The 46-metre superyacht LADY MAY, launched in 2014, boasts a contemporary styled bow and an emphatic, whaleback sheer, representing the forward thinking in innovative motor yacht design by the respected naval architecture studio, Dubois Naval Architects.
Feadship LADY MAY yacht boasts an efficient, semi-displacement hull combined with a long waterline, full-length side decks and glazed panels in the bulwarks. Her signature feature is the large fixed hardtop with sliding screens as well as her huge hull windows designed for the four guests cabins below.
With her dramatic sweep of glass along the full length of the superstructure, the 46m Feadship LADY MAY superyacht is a splendid yet practical vessel with a signature Dubois style. She was designed purely private use, accommodating her owner and cruising around the spectacular Mediterranean superyacht destinations of France, Italy and Sardinia.
She has maximum range of 4,500 nautical miles and features two 1,900hp Caterpillar engines, powering her up to a maximum speed of 19 knots and a fast cruising speed of 16 knots.
The new 46m Feadship LADY MAY yacht by Dubois is easy to handle thanks to her thrusters fore and aft and the zero-speed fin stabilisers guarantee a comfortable cruising experience.
Accommodation is divided into two comfortable and large double VIP suites and two twin-berth cabins below-deck and the main deck owner's suite. The spectacular owner's suite takes up the forward section of the superstructure and boasts glazed panels in the tall, seagoing bulwarks, providing plenty of natural light and unparalleled views.
The main deck saloon of the luxury yacht LADY MAY by Feadship has a circular seating plan, which rotates to provide flexible seating arrangements and a large L-shaped bar located aft to serve both inside and out into the cockpit. The saloon also has an extending dining table amidships, just aft of an impressive, professionally equipped galley.
Interior styling of the 46m superyacht LADY MAY (ex Como) by Feadship and Dubois was designed by Redman Whiteley Dixon and was created to complement a modern and sophisticated lifestyle. The vessel's layout can be described as fluid, providing great amount of flexibility; the informal areas can be easily transformed into more formal settings when needed.
LADY MAY Specifications
|Type/Year:||a 46m Feadship superyacht by Dubois/2014|
|L.O.A.:||46.22 m (151'6'')|
|Max Speed:||19 knots|
|Engines:||2x Caterpillar C32 / 1417|
|Cruise Speed:||16 knots|
|Builder/Designer:||Redman Whitley Dixon, Redman Whitely Dixon, Redman Whiteley Dixon Design, Redman Whiteley Dixon, Redman Whiteley Design, Feadship|
|Locations:||Rhodes, Bormes, Papua New Guinea, New Caledonia, Solent, The Gulf of Thailand, Dodecanese, Fethiye|
The upper deck boasts a bar and a dining table for an al-fresco dining experience and other seating and sunbathing options, as well as an external helm station. Sheltered from above by a hardtop with glazed roof panels, in cold or unpleasant weather conditions this whole area can be protected by a series of curved windows, which slide upwards to seal the space between hardtop and superstructure, providing an additional deck of air-conditioned 'interior' space as required.
The rescue boat is mounted on the foredeck, allowing for the yacht's main tender to be accommodated by the stern. The 6.4 metre jet RIB is stowed transversely and launched on an overhead crane through a hatch in the port side. The sheltered stern platform can be accessed by sweeping stairways each side of the aft deck as well as vie the 'beach club' which will feature aquatic and gym facilities.
Accommodation is provided in two spacious VIP cabins and two twin cabins below deck, as well as a fabulous owner's suite on the main deck. The latter takes up the forward section of the superstructure and boasts glazed panels in the tall, seagoing bulwarks, providing plenty of natural light and unparalleled views.
Amenities and Extras
The 6.4 metre jet RIB is stowed transversely and launched on an overhead crane through a hatch in the port side. The sheltered stern platform can be accessed by sweeping stairways each side of the aft deck as well as vie the 'beach club' which will feature aquatic and gym facilities.
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