First look onboard charter superyacht Lady Linda
The latest delivery from Trinity Yachts, the 57 metre (187ft) Lady Linda has arrived in the Mediterranean for her inaugural charter season. Designed and built for owners with considerable superyacht experience, the yacht promises the most luxurious of charter experiences. Evan K Marshall’s richly elegant and bold interior is resplendent with highly glossed exotic woods, unique granite and marble finishes, rare art and custom furnishings.
With an expansive 10.2m beam, Lady Linda provides exceptional volume for living afloat in style and comfort. She effortlessly accommodates 12 guests in 6 spacious cabins. The sumptuous master suite on the main deck features a king-sized bed, his-and-hers bathrooms and a private study. Located amidships on the lower deck, are four guest suites with king-sized beds, all designed with soft, restful tones. The guest suite on the bridge deck houses a queen-sized Murphy bed and can be converted to a gymnasium if required.
Supremely well conceived for entertaining, Lady Linda’s main saloon is inviting and comfortable while the formal dining room seats 12 and is designed to offer impeccable white glove service. The more informal sky lounge features large picture windows bringing in an abundance of natural light and houses a high specification entertainment centre, a bar, a games table and plenty of welcoming seating areas for relaxing.
Equally spacious deck areas have been designed for al fresco enjoyment, with full outdoor dining amenities for 12 guests located aft on both the main deck and bridge deck, each of which can be completely climate controlled. The expansive sundeck will delight sun worshippers and is equipped with a jacuzzi, sunpads, sun loungers, a large full service bar, barbecue grill and full entertainment centre. Oval sliding glass doors enclose the bar and entertainment space to create a discotheque, if desired.
Following her inaugural charter season in the Mediterranean this summer, winter 2012/2013 will see Lady Linda chartering in the Bahamas, where her shallow draft credentials are certain to be appreciated by charterers. The yacht will also consider Caribbean charters over the winter months.