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  • Delivered in 2010 by Feadship Royal Van Lent, the 68m LADY CHRISTINE was designed by De Voogt Naval Architects with stunning Art Deco interiors by Rodney Black Design. She has been built to Lloyd's 100 A1 with a steel hull, aluminium superstructure and teak decks. At 1,608 GT, LADY CHRISTINE has incredible volume for a 68m yacht clearly demonstrated by the impressive spaces on board.

    Her vast sundeck features an observation area forward, and an exceptional panoramic and air-conditioned dining room, bar and lounge, perfectly suited for casual dining throughout the day or relaxing in the shade. Aft of that is a dedicated helideck certified for touch-and-go commercial use or unrestricted private use, complete with refuelling capability and fixed firefighting systems.

    The owner's private deck is below, featuring an informal dining area, ideal for al fresco breakfasts on a generously-sized and covered aft deck. Moving forward, his and hers studies lead through to a vast full-beam owner's suite with full-height windows offering excellent views and flooding the room with light. Forward of that is a magnificent onyx-laden bathroom and walk-in dressing room. Leading from the owner's lobby with spiral staircase, there is a fully-equipped gym, and forward to the owner's observation lounge with magnificent 180-degree views.

    On the main deck aft, is an 18,000-litre infinity pool with contraflow swim against jets and a lounge area with bar. Inside is the main salon, commanding excellent views through huge full-height windows, leading to the formal dining room to port and a fully-equipped bar with baby grand piano to starboard. Large folding balconies either side open up the space creating the ideal location for pre-dinner cocktails.

    Four generously sized guest cabins are located on the lower deck; three doubles and one twin, which complete accommodation for 10 guests in five cabins. Forward of the guest accommodation is a dedicated cinema with a 75in screen for movie nights. Aft of the guest cabins is a spacious tender garage with a shell door to port for launching the Costoldi 23 jet tender, and a range of other water toys.

    LADY CHRISTINE is an exceptional yacht, custom-built for a highly experienced yacht owner.


  • Asking Price
    USD 69,000,000 (EUR 61,388,000*) (EU VAT paid)
  • Built
    2010, Feadship, Royal Van Lent, The Netherlands
  • Length
    68m (223.1ft)
  • Beam
    12.5m (41.0ft)
  • Draft
    3.6m (11.8ft)
  • Type
    Twin screw diesel yacht
  • Class
    Lloyd's Maltese Cross 100 A1, SSC, Yacht (P), Mono, G6 LMC, UMS, MCA Compliant LY2
  • Flag
    Cayman Islands
  • Engines
    2 x 1,770hp MTU
  • Lying
    West Mediterranean
  • Gross Tonnage
  • Construction
    Hull - Steel, Superstructure - Aluminium, Deck - Teak
  • Cruising Speed
    13 knots
  • Maximum Speed
    15 knots
  • Exterior Design
    De Voogt
  • Interior Design
    Rodney Black
  • No. Of Guests
  • No. Of Guest Cabins
    5 (4 x Double, 1 x Twin)
  • Crew
  • Key Features

    • Stunning example of Feadship Royal Van Lent's craftsmanship
    • Art Deco influenced interiors by Rodney Black Design
    • Dedicated owner's deck with vast owner's suite and split-level forward up to panoramic observation lounge
    • Midships, full beam bar and dining room with opening terraces to port and starboard
    • Cinema
    • Gymnasium on owner's deck
    • 4.9m length infinity pool on main deck aft
    • Lloyd's certified helideck
    • Range 7,600 nm at 11 knots
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