Filed under: Yachts & Sailing
A classic motor yacht has hit the market. Lady Goodgirl, once known as the Lady Angela, was originally built back in 1964 by Hall Russell of Aberdeen. She had a refit in 2001 and additional cosmetic work in 2004. The yacht now offers room for 10 or 11 guests in three double staterooms and two twins. The 140 yacht cruises at 12 knots.
The yacht has a main saloon with dining area and a also a dining space on the aft deck for at least 12 people. The interior also offers a study with television, large day bathroom. The bridgedeck has a horseshoe bar with seating for 10 and drop down television/sky receiver and a large area with rattan seating and cushions. The upper deck has a sunbathing pad and exercise equipment. Entertainment options include Sky television and DVD access in all cabins.
The list of tenders that come with this yacht is impressive. Not only do you get a 15' Zodiac tender with 40HP Yamaha and a 25' tender with 200HP outboard but the yacht also comes with water skis, a wakeboard, two clear bottom canoes, snorkeling gear, fishing equipment, four sets of golf clubs and more. Lady Goodgirl has an asking price of $ 7,850,000.
[via Superyacht Times]