Italian shipyard Codecasa has launched a 65m displacement superyacht named Lady Lau, featuring classic interiors and differently styled guest rooms.
Launched on June 14, 2010, the new Lady Lau superyacht, Hull C 118, will be delivered to the owner by the end of July 2010. Distinct with classic and traditional lines, the new 65 yacht has been built according to the wishes of the owner, who collaborated with architects Franco and Anna Maria Della Role.
Superyacht Lady Lau is notable for classic interiors resonating with marble and Mahogany. Each guest room is designed in a different style according to the owner’s wish. Thai, Chinese, Egyptian influences can be observed in the design of guest rooms displaying a rich variety of décor and materials. The extensive use of Mahogany wood is a distinct design element in the interior, while marble bathrooms are designed to match each guest room’s style.
The five-deck yacht features a lift for easy access to each floor. A Top Tank Deck is featured housing service areas and useful spaces for laundry and stowage. The garage and the engine room are located at the lower deck with the guest and crew areas forward.
Two relax zones and a grand piano is housed in the main deck. The main deck opens to the saloon, where a dinner table that can seat up to 18 people is featured. The upper deck has been designed to house an additional dining area and a large saloon with a bar and game table. The Wheelhouse area is designed by incorporating a spa pool with sofas, a cinema and a gymnasium. The sundeck is equipped with large sun pads to serve as a complete relaxation area.
Superyacht Lady Lau is engineered to reach 17 knots and a range of 5000nm at 12 knots, powered by twin Caterpillar 3516B engines. This new 65m yacht marks the third launch of Codecasa in 2010 following the launch of 65m Family Day and the 45m open Framura 2. The firm is gearing towards the launch of its first 42m Vintage and a traditional 51m superyacht in 2011.