LADY JORGIA yacht is a 74-meter superyacht capable of hosting up to 12 guests in her eight spacious cabins, along with 25 qualified onboard crew members.
She was built and completed back in 2017 by CRN and was designed by Winch Design.
She weighs approximately 2,200 gross tons, cruises at speeds of 12 knots, and can go to a top speed of 16.5 knots.
|Length:||74 m (243 ft)|
|Guests:||12 in 6 cabins|
|Crew:||26 in 12 cabins|
|Designer:||Zuccon International Project|
|Interior Designer:||Winch Design|
|Price:||US$ 90 million|
|Annual Running:||US$ 5-10 million|
LADY JORGIA yacht interior
The interior of the LADY JORGIA yacht was designed by Winch Design, an award-winning studio founded by Andrew Winch and his wife, Jane.
Andrew Winch started his career by working at Jon Banneberg’s design studio.
This London-based design studio specializes in superyachts, sailing boats, buildings, and even private jets. They have tons of experience in superyacht designs.
They were involved in several superyacht projects, such as the AL MIRQAB yacht, a 133.2-meter superyacht capable of welcoming 25 guests and up to 55 qualified onboard crew members.
She weighs a hefty 9,604 gross tons, is capable of cruising at speeds of 21 knots, and can go to a maximum speed of 23 knots.
Another is the PHOENIX 2, a 90.1-meter superyacht built-in 2010 by Lurssen. She can accommodate up to 12 guests and 28 qualified crew members.
She weighs 2,667 tons and cruises at 14 knots and is capable of going up to 18 knots.
Aboard the LADY JORGIA yacht, guests can have full access to the yacht’s swimming pool, gym, exercise equipment, deck jacuzzi, spa room, tender garage, beach club, helipad, and BBQ station. She also has Satcom, complete air conditioning, and wifi access.
She also has tons of cool toys to play with, such as her kneeboards, snorkeling equipment, inflatable water toys, fishing equipment, seabobs jet-skis, an inflatable trampoline, and many more.
Hosting guests are also not a problem as she can easily fit 12 guests in her eight cabins with specifications of 1 Master, 1 VIP, 4 Doubles, and 2 Doubles/Twins. Along with this, she can also fit 25 qualified crew members.
LADY JORGIA yacht owner – Patrick Dovigi
The LADY JORGIA yacht is Patrick Dovigi, a former Canadian hockey goalkeeper.
He is now an entrepreneur and businessman who is also the Chief Executive Officer of Green For Life Environmental Inc., a waste management company that provides environmental services.
Data from 2018 suggests that he has an accumulated net worth of over $1 billion, making him one of the wealthiest people in all of Canada.
She has an overall length that spans 242.9 feet or 74 meters, a beam of 44.3 feet or 13.5 meters, and a draft of 12.1 feet or 3.9 meters.
She was built in 2017 by CRN and was designed on the exterior by Zuccon.
She weighs 2,200 gross tons and is powered by 2 Caterpillar engines capable of outputting 2680 hp, which enable her to cruise at speeds of 12 knots and can go to a maximum speed of 16.5 knots.
Adding to this, she can store 40,000 liters of water, and 250,000 liters of fuel, which allows her to cover a distance of over 6000 nautical miles.