Lady May is a head turning semi-displacement yacht that was constructed by Feadship in 2014. Her exterior was designed by the famed Dubois Naval Architects which was established by the British yachting pioneer Ed Dubois . Lady May won Dubois the award in both the exterior design and naval architecture categories, at the Showboats Design Awards in 2015. Her interior was designed by Redman Whiteley Dixon (RWD), and here too, Lady May was the winner in the “interior design” category, at the 2015 award ceremony. She also won the 2015 World Superyacht Awards 2015 in the category of “Semi-displacement or Planing Motor Two Deck Motor Yacht – 38m and above”. The designers state that the yacht was designed for “entertaining” and consequently, spaces are flexible and boundaries can be easily modified (by opening sliding glass doors and windows). The boundaries between the yacht interior and her exterior spaces, are highly blurred. The yacht includes two bar areas, on each of the decks, so entertainment is clearly a central aspect element in the vessel’s design. Lady May can accommodate up to 10 guests in five cabins; a master suite, two double cabins and two twin cabins. Lady May is equipped with advanced underway stabilizers that ensure comfortable reduced-roll while underway.
Rotating salon seating in main salon, air-conditioned, WIFI.
5,85m Naumatec Tenderlux.