Featuring the classic silhouette of a Grand Banks yacht, Lady Ann is an elegant vessel, perfect for long leisurely days spent on the water. She has been well maintained by careful owners since her launch in 2006. For a 47’ (14m) vessel, she delivers a huge amount, with multiple levels and generous outdoor spaces – perfect for cruising as a couple, or with more guests on board. She functions well as either a live-aboard vessel, or a luxurious day cruiser.
Lady Ann has a wide beam of 15’9” (4.8m), giving her a spacious interior. The main saloon is multi-functional, housing the main helm station, galley, lounge seating with dining space, and convertible guest cabin. The space is decorated using tasteful hardwood cabinetry and panelling alongside soft furnishings with nautical touches. Lady Ann can accommodate four guests in two cabins, including a master. The double in the guest cabin can be converted to sofa seating when not in use, making this a more versatile space with an option to become an office.
Outdoor spaces have been optimised. This includes the flybridge, which houses the second helm station and several areas of soft seating, including an in built sofa arranged around a casual dining table and multiple sun loungers and deck chairs. Further seating is found on the aft deck, with a swim platform just below, which has a fold down ladder for easy access to the water. Lady Ann can reach a maximum speed of 23 knots, cruising at 19 knots, and is powered by Caterpillar engines.
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With a yachting background that spans forty years, Roy Sea has expertise in many of the world’s leading yacht brands and brokerages: Broward, Burger Boat Company, Christensen, Feadship, Jarrett Bay Yacht Sales (Hatteras, Grand Banks and Albemarle), Merrill Stevens, Ocean Alexander, Palmer Johnson, Vicem USA and Viking to name but a few.
Roy’s experience includes technical skills critical to advising clients buying and selling yachts and considering new yacht construction. He holds a B.S. in Industrial Engineering, a B.A. in Economics and an MBA. He worked for the U.S. Navy’s Diving and Ocean Engineering Department, with secret security clearance, testing and operating equipment.
He’s also sailed the Atlantic, dived to 290’—and authored engineering papers on diving— worked as a project manager for the cleanup of the Exxon Valdez oil spill in Prince William Sound and has held a U.S. Coast Guard Ocean Operators License since 1972.