Tecnomar is famed for yachts with sporty, dynamic exterior lines and cutting edge interior design and First Lady II is no exception. Built in 2004 at the Tecnomar yard in Italy, she has been beautifully maintained since her launch, with high quality detailing evident throughout her design.
First Lady II is able to welcome up to nine guests in four ensuite cabins, including a master stateroom, a double cabin and two twins. The master stateroom delivers a luxurious feel, with dark wood panelling, mirrored wardrobes, a custom built dressing table and opulent gold fittings in the bathroom. This design extends through all the guest cabins and bathrooms, with Italian style and attention to detail seen in every space.
The main deck features a salon with a dining table for up to eight guests aft, a lounge area with a comfortable sofa forward, and a modern entertainment system including a retractable wide screen TV. Her galley is bright, with modern appliances and casual bar stool seating for three.
Outside areas are large, with plenty of areas for sunbathing and lounging. Glass doors between the saloon and aft deck can be opened to create a cohesive, flowing space that seamlessly links the inside and outside. Comfortable sofa seating in grey blue tones, with occasional coral details give a contemporary nautical feel. The swim platform is the ideal spot for guests to access the water and enjoy First Lady II’s many water toys.
A sleek exterior profile is complemented by excellent speed credentials. Powered by twin MTU 16V2000 M91 engines and with low engine hours, she is capable of reaching a top speed of 31 knots, cruising at 29 knots. With VAT already paid, First Lady II is on the market at a very attractive price.
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A New York Native, Kevin Bonnie learned to sail at an early age. After graduating from college in New York, he went to sea on yachts and served as deck hand, chef, engineer, first mate and Captain. Kevin returned ashore as a yacht broker in the Pacific Northwest and used his training in both business and yachting to build a reputation for integrity, honesty and going the extra mile for his clients. After a two year interlude in the financial markets of Wall Street and London, Kevin moved to the south of France to pursue his dream of selling megayachts. After three years with Monaco Marine, learning the European market and studying French intensively, he launched and is now managing partner of IYC’s original European office. He enjoys working and living in Monte Carlo while taking care of all his global clientele.