46m 2014 De Vries Feadship
A sleek and innovative yacht from Feadship, with naval architecture by Dubois and interior styling from Redman Whiteley Dixon, LADY MAY is a class apart from any other yacht her size.
Featuring a modern, near-vertical bow and whaleback sheer, this 46m luxury yacht was a winner at the 2015 World Superyacht Awards, in the categories of exterior design, naval architecture and interior design.
LADY MAY boasts an unprecedented use of glass, with sliding doors and windows on the flybridge and main deck facilitating a wide range of outdoor/indoor scenarios. A radically different mast design, a rotating floor in the main lounge and an exceptionally large refrigeration capacity all add to her allure.
Within, white marble, stainless steel trim, Macassar ebony cabinets and bleached oak joinery create a modern, sophisticated and calming interior. Natural light is maximised throughout the interior of the vessel, culminating in the stunning views from the owner’s suite.
Perfect for entertaining thanks to her vast one-level, fully air-conditioned upper bridge, LADY MAY will offer her new owner an unmatched on-water experience, whether on deck or inside. Her shallow draft also means she is able to access smaller harbours and bays, making her an ideal vessel to explore the Caribbean this winter.
A state-of-the-art yacht that does not compromise on design or performance, LADY MAY is modern, sophisticated and perfect for entertaining or relaxing.Download PDF Brochure
|Feadship De Vries Custom Specifications|
|Length:||46.22m / 151.64 feet|
|Beam:||9m / 29.53 feet|
|Max Draft:||2.2m / 7.22 feet|
|Cruising Speed:||15 knots|
|Cruising Speed:||19 knots|
|Exterior Design:||Dubois Naval Architects|
|Interior Design:||Redman Whiteley Dixon|
|Engines:||2 x 1900hp CAT C32 Acert|
|Class:||Lloyds & MCA|