After a EUR 700,000 reduction, as instructed by her owner, the 48.3m LADY ELLEN II is now asking EUR 7,500,000.
With the Mediterranean season about to begin, this significant drop in asking price, combined with LADY ELLEN II’s award-winning 2015 refit and well-established track record as a successful charter yacht, makes her an irresistible prospect.
She will be attending the Greek Mediterranean Show (4-8 May 2019) in Nafplion and is ready for inspection in Athens now, potentially just days away from giving her new owner an unforgettable summer and a revenue-generating asset.
LADY ELLEN II is a 48.3m (158.5ft) yacht delivered in 1996 by leading Italian yard CRN Ancona to exterior designs by Paolo Scanu and interior designs by French studio Zuretti. She underwent extensive improvement work in 2015, which was executed so well that she won the Rebuilt Yacht category in the World Superyacht Awards 2016.
She has a huge amount of deck space, which is just one of the features that has made LADY ELLEN II a sought-after charter yacht. The focus of a vast sun deck is the jacuzzi with swim-up and walk-up bar, forward of which is a crescent of sun pads and aft a lounge area for sundowners and al fresco entertainment. Further aft still is a versatile space for sun loungers, a massage table and gym equipment. Shade is provided by the arch and awnings.
The bridge deck is home to the yacht’s main lounge area, which offers a large social space with an arc of sofas and a smaller, more intimate snug and library. The aft upper deck is also enormous, with seating aft either side of a central stairwell to the main deck aft where her tenders are stowed, and a large open space with great potential for relaxation, entertainment and al fresco dining.
There is a spacious formal dining room aft on the main deck and forward is the full-beam owner’s suite with his and hers bathrooms, walk-in wardrobe, sofa, vanity table and a separate office. A VIP suite on the lower deck has his and hers bathrooms, a walk-in wardrobe and lounge. A double cabin on the main deck, two twin cabins on the lower deck, each with a pullman berth, and a single cabin on the bridge deck complete versatile accommodation for 13 guests attended by up to 11 crew.
Her steel hull and aluminium superstructure is powered by twin 2,068hp Deutz engines that give her a top speed of 17kn and a cruising speed of 15kn. With a 4,000nm range, transatlantic passages are well within her compass.
Currently lying in Athens, ready for immediate inspection and now representing excellent value in this market, LADY ELLEN II offers her new owner an exceptional private yacht that also has an impressive charter record.
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