Set to run from March 20 to 23, this year’s 29th annual Palm Beach International Boat Show will feature the all-new Primadonna Series Hull #2 yacht LADY CHRISTING by IAG Yachts. Luxury motor yacht LADY CHRISTING has made her debut at the recently concluded 2014 Miami Yacht Show.
Heading into 2013 Fort Lauderdale Boat Show and 2014 Miami Yacht Show, IAG found the boat buying and selling climate are uniformly positive and all indications are that the yacht market in the U.S. is finally in full recovery. Demand has returned especially for larger and more complex yachts and IAG believes and expects the 29th annual Palm Beach International Boat Show to be as good or better so they decided faithfully to present the second edition of the Primadonna Series superyacht LADY CHRISTING during the show.
IAG is welcoming all the visitors to walk around on the LADY CHRISTING yacht and they will find out that event at first glance, they can see the difference. And when they stepped aboard, they will be immediately impressed by the yacht’s serene beauty and all that beauty is more than just skin deep.
IAG always requires a particularly high level of details and performance to meet everyone’s expectations. The exterior of luxury yacht LADY CHRISTING is a clean, modern and stylish creation by renowned Italian designer RED and YD&AS. The interior design varies considerably from the same size boat of other companies, revealing a contemporary design and furnishings, as well as expanded indoor living spaces. Through automatic sensitive sliding door, you are going to step into spacious main saloon with full entertainment system, lifting TV and built-in fridge ready for party any time. The dining area is visually separated from the saloon. The full-beam master stateroom is situated on the main deck which is the only cabin on this deck in order to keep privacy of the owner.
The lower deck of LADY CHRISTING superyacht has two en suite twin guest cabins and two VIP cabins, the sixth cabin is placed on skylounge. Not only is the boat beautifully appointed and easy to live in for the owner and guests, but also for the captain and crew. One captain room is connected to pilot house on the upper deck and crew quarters in the lower deck include four divided crew cabins, laundry facilities, walk-in freezer and plenty of stowage.