The popular charter yacht Lady E, a 68.5-metre Amels built in 2006, has arrived at Pendennis’ yard in Falmouth where she will undergo an extensive refit over the coming winter months and is expected to be relaunched by spring 2020. Photo: Andrew WrightThe works will encompass an addition of six metres to her overall length, with extensions of the lower and main decks adding 120 square metres to the already voluminous vessel. The refit will also have her showing off a 60-square-metre beach club with a bar, sun loungers and a seating area, and she will see her main deck reconfigured with an added sun pad with integrated skylight.Photo: PendennisBut those aren’t the only changes awaiting Lady E. Refit works will also include updated engineering - such as the installation of new generators, exhaust system and shorepower converter - and the placement of AVIT equipment throughout the superyacht as well as a servicing and maintenance of the entire engine room.
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