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Designed to Charter

Danielle Cutler Wallin

The Feadship group escorted another beauty out of its De Vries shed in early October. The 207-foot (63-meter) Lady Britt wowed the crowd with its quintessential Feadship finesse. But one thing sets this steel-and-aluminum megayacht apart: It sports six large lower-deck guest staterooms, two of which convert to full-beam VIP suites, allowing better equality in times of charter. Armed with years of chartering—with Feadships in particular—the Scandinavian owners chose this layout and its many amenities with friends and family cruising in mind, but the yacht is perfect for charter as well.

Besides the ample guest accommodations, Lady Britt features a New York apartment–style owner’s suite. In addition to its private study, the stateroom offers up both his-and-hers dressing rooms and bathrooms. Overall, the yacht sleeps 14 guests, plus 17 crew.

Lady Britt’s other charter-inspired offerings include a full gym, a French sauna with private sea access, an alfresco cinema, a wellness spa, and generous outdoor lounging space. A main-deck dining room seats 14.

Working with the owners, Redman Whiteley Dixon designed the modern yet warm Scandinavian decor, while De Voogt Naval Architects took care of exterior styling and architecture. Two MTU engines provide the power, and Quantum ZeroSpeed stabilizers keep things steady. (+31.23.524.7000, www.feadship.nl)

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