Previously named Kanaloa, the 48.2-metre yacht Lady Ellen II has been sold, thanks to Northrop and Johnson yacht broker Ed Dickinson who acted on behalf of the buyer alongside Burgess who acted on behalf of the seller. Built by CRN and delivered to her original owner in 1996, Lady Ellen II underwent an extensive two-year rebuild in 2015 and emerged with new teak decking, technical spaces and a full exterior repaint. Her exterior and the classic Italian-style is the work of designer Paolo Scanu, whereas Francois Zuretti created a similar style for the interior layout, which features light colours, cherry wood and marble throughout. Up to 11 guests can be accommodated for onboard in six staterooms, including a full-beam master suite with a private office and his-and-hers ensuite bathroom and a VIP stateroom also with his-and-hers ensuite bathroom and a lounge. The remaining staterooms are arranged in a format of one double, two twins, each with a Pullman and a single.Guests can also enjoy the yacht's sundeck with a Jacuzzi, sunpads, lounge seating and a bar and the alfresco dining area on the main deck aft. Built to RINA class and MCA compliances, Lady Ellen II can reach a top speed of 17 knots. At the time she was listed as a yacht for sale, Lady Ellen II had an asking price of €5,950,000.