Built in 2007 by the highly esteemed Guy Couach
shipyard, Lady Emma's modern and sleek lines are enhanced by her classic and timeless interior. With a cruising speed of 25 knots, she can easily cruise from port to port in luxury and style. The saloon and adjacent formal dining area are luminous and spacious, with immense windows giving a wonderful view and providing both the sensation of space and coziness. The yacht is finished in neutral soft furnishings that contrast with the waxed teak of the wood flooring and paneling and the warm reds of the contrast pieces. Each of the four cabins is equipped with separate and en-suite bathroom and conceived in the same elegant and warm tones of the living area. The master cabin has a separate bath and shower, as well as two large portholes at water level. The yachts
is designed to give the utmost privacy to guests, the kitchen, crew quarters and the piloting area are discretely separated from the guests' space by doors.
However, the most attractive part of the yacht is her extremely large fly area, measuring 58m2 with a jacuzzi, forward sunbathing area, two large aft sunpads and lunch dining area. The swimming platform that carries the tender can be transformed into a perfect diving platform or additional sunbathing area when not under way.
Lady Emma has a crew of 5 including her Captain.