LUCKY LADY is a 62.6m (205.5ft) yacht delivered in 2002 by renowned Dutch shipyard Oceanco with naval architecture by Monaco's The A Group and interiors by Francois Zuretti.

LUCKY LADY has the sun deck of a much larger yacht
LUCKY LADY has the sun deck of a much larger yacht

Chief among her many desirable design elements is a private owner's deck so rich in features and amenities that it serves as a private yacht in a private yacht.

Outstanding views from the owner's bedroom
Outstanding views from the owner's bedroom

The owner's sky lounge with huge picture windows
The owner's sky lounge with huge picture windows

The aft sky lounge doubles as a home cinema
The aft sky lounge doubles as a home cinema

Private dining on the dedicated owner's deck
Private dining on the dedicated owner's deck

The owner’s quarters include a master suite with 270-degree views and his and hers bathrooms, an office, a sky lounge with bar and a private terrace with open air dining, along with an intimate forward facing terrace.

A VIP guest double cabin on the lower deck
A VIP guest double cabin on the lower deck

Her lower deck guest cabins are designed to be VIP suites as they are all similar in size and quality, showcasing Norwegian birch burl and mahogany, fine marbles in the en suites, huge wardrobes and seating areas.

A spectacular sun deck jacuzzi...
A spectacular sun deck jacuzzi...

...on a vast sun deck
...on a vast sun deck

Al fresco highlights include a huge sun deck with a large 7,000-litre glass-fronted cascade jacuzzi with paddling pools, a bar, two al fresco dining areas and plenty of wide open, versatile space aft.

A lounge on the main deck aft
A lounge on the main deck aft

There's another open air lounge on the main deck aft and the transom folds down to create a large swim platform.

A fully equipped showpiece bar in the main saloon
A fully equipped showpiece bar in the main saloon

Her main deck is also home to two large lounge areas, lit by large picture windows, separated by a fully equipped bar with entertaining space and a formal dining room forward to starboard.

With the toys deployed, the garage doubles as a sea level gym
With the toys deployed, the garage doubles as a sea level gym

She has been regularly maintained and upgraded since delivery, including an 8.5m bow ramp RIB tender, currently being built, which will join the yacht's inventory in April. In 2012 she received a complete refit and interior redesign. The interiors were refreshed throughout in 2017 and in 2018, her main engines were overhauled, her generators were replaced, and all TVs on board were renewed along with a hull repaint. Today she presents in excellent condition.

LUCKY LADY has transatlantic range
LUCKY LADY has transatlantic range

Twin 1,650hp Caterpillar engines give her a top speed of 15 knots and an economical cruising speed of 12.5 knots gives her maximum range of 5,500nm.

We are delighted to bring her to market as worldwide Central Agent. The yacht, asking USD 32,000,000, is lying in West Palm Beach, Florida, where inspection can be arranged. Please contact your Burgess broker.

To find out more about Burgess’ yachts for sale and yachts for charter, please contact your Burgess broker. Alternatively, get in touch with one of our offices directly: LondonMonacoNew YorkMiamiSingapore or all other locations.

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