The yacht has an off-white hull and superstructure, all freshly painted.
Boarding the yacht can be by passarelle from the aftdeck or from the sidedecks . The passarelle aft leads to the covered aftdeck. The aftdeck is steel, covered with teak. The full-beam salon is entered through sliding doors from the aftdeck. The sidedecks start forward of the salon and are entered through portside- and starboardside doors forward in the salon. The sidedecks, also covered with teak, lead to the foredeck which is directly in front of the main superstructure, providing ample deckspace to be enjoyed while cruising.
The flybridge has a second steeringposition, a large sunbathing area and a U-shaped dining area for lunch or dining. Accommodations
Entering the salon from the aftdeck, there are seating areas on portside aft and starboard forward. On starboard aft is a counter with a fridge and a freezer. Centre portside there is a circular staircase leading up to the flybridge and down to the guest quarters and engineroom.
In the center forward of the salon is the pilotstation with the wheel and navigation equipment. The navigation equipment is as to be expected from an ocean-going yacht, including compass, log and speed instruments, radar, GPS, plotter and autopilot.
Stairs forward on the starboardside of the wheel lead to the VIP guestcabin half a deck lower. The VIP has a kingsize bed (2.20 x 1.80) and bathroom ensuite. A corridor leads forward to the crewquarters.
The mastercabin and a double guest cabin are located aft on the lower deck, situated down the staircase from the salon. The mastercabin has a kingsize double bed (2.20 x 1.80) and a bathroom ensuite with toilet and shower. The mastercabin is full beam and is situated at the end of the hallway, walking towards the aftside of the yacht. The guestcabin is forward of the mastercabin, on starboard, and has a bathroom with toilet and shower opposite the corridor, on portside.
The interior woodwork is teak . Carpetry on floors in the living-areas and cabins.
Crew quarters and engineroom
The central corridor on the lowerdeck also leads to the engineer’s station forward. The engineer’s station is where the two generators are located. The 17Kva Onan generator has 1229 hours, the 17Kva Vetus generator has 2823 hours. This space also houses the Kabola central heating, washer, dryer, battery chargers, inverters and electrical panels are located. It is fullbeam and has a workbench on portside. A watertight door leads forward to the engineroom.
The engineroom is equiped with the two Vetus main engines, couplings, hydraulics and stabilisers.
The crewquarters in the front of the yacht consist of three cabins with six berths in total and sharing a bathroom with toilet and a shower. The crewquarters also have an (emergency)exit to the foredeck.
The forepeak in front of the crewquarters contains the galley and crewmess. The galley has an electric stove, a combi oven, fridge and freezer, a dishwasher and an extractor fan.
Steel shafts and four-blade bronze propellors
Liferaft 6 persons (2)
Lady Jane has a 5m00 XSRIBS tender with a 60HP Honda four-stroke outboard engine. Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
Allied Marine is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Bart de Ven international yacht brokerage.