The 47.1m (154.5ft) motor yacht MARY A has a steel hull and aluminium superstructure built to Lloyd's classification and delivered in 2001 by the renowned Dutch shipyard Feadship, Royal Van Lent. Though currently being used privately, she is also LY1 compliant if her new owner chooses to operate her commercially.
She has been meticulously maintained by her experienced owner and recently emerged from a comprehensive 2021 refit and 20-year class survey. She received a full repaint, a reconfigured sun deck, rebuilt gearboxes, a W6 rebuild of her generators and a new entertainment system among a host of other cosmetic, technical and mechanical upgrades.
With a beam of 8.8m (28.9ft) and an interior volume of 499GT, she has generous guest spaces for a yacht below the 500GT threshold. Her John Munford interiors evoke the sophistication of a gentlemen's club with satin-finished mahogany panelling throughout and her exterior design and naval architecture are by De Voogt.
Her sun deck has a raised jacuzzi forward surrounded by sunpads, a fully equipped sit-up wet bar beneath the hardtop, two C-shaped sun lounges aft and plenty of versatile deck space for exercise equipment, entertaining or sun loungers.
The bridge deck also has two C-shaped sun lounges aft and open air dining with buffet bars either side. Walkaround sidedecks lead forward to an intimate seating area.
The main deck aft serves as a boat deck for the yacht's two tenders, launched by horizontal davits, and offers a large adaptable space for entertainment and relaxation when the tenders are launched. Steps lead down to the swim platform, which was extended in a 2013 refit.
Her hardwood-floored sky lounge enjoys abundant natural light and has a fully equipped marble-topped bar serving L-shaped sofas and two armchairs around a coffee table. There is a guest dayhead off the lobby where stairs lead down to the main deck foyer, where there is another dayhead.
Moving aft there is a formal dining room for up to 14 guests, which also serves as a conference room. Sliding doors open into the main saloon, which has sofas and armchairs around a coffee table and there is a TV on the forward bulkhead. Sliding doors aft open onto the main deck aft.
From the main deck lobby a corridor leads forward to the owner's suite. A door opens into the owner's study then into the full-beam owner's bedroom. Forward to port is the bathroom with jacuzzi bath and shower room, and to starboard is a walk-in wardrobe. Port aft is a child's room with a single berth and an additional pullman berth.
From the main saloon steps lead down to the lower deck guest lobby. Forward are two double guest suites and aft there are two twin guest suites, each with a pullman berth, completing accommodation for up to 14 guests in five cabins, all with en suite bathrooms.
Twin 1,014hp Caterpillar diesel engines give her a top speed of 15 knots and a cruising speed of 13 knots, as well as a transatlantic range of 4,600nm at her passage speed. She also has zero speed stabilisers for comfort at anchor.
This is a superbly maintained yacht of impeccable pedigree and we are delighted to bring it to the sales market with an asking price of USD 19,500,000. Inspections, either virtual or in person, can easily be arranged so please contact your Burgess broker for more details and to make arrangements for your personal tour.
Not available for sale to US residents while in US waters.