The LUCKY LADY yacht is a motor yacht built and delivered in 2002 by Oceanco in their Netherlands shipyard.
Launched two decades ago as Lady Lola, she was originally built for the late American newspaper publisher, Duane Hagadone.
He sold the superyacht in 2004 for $90 million and purchased her back in 2011 for $47 million.
Over the past twenty years, she has been refitted a few times, the last one five years ago.
|Designer:||The A Group|
|Interior Design:||Zuretti Interior Design|
|Engines:||2 x Caterpillar|
LUCKY LADY Yacht Interior
The LUCKY LADY yacht interior was penned by French studio Zuretti Interior Design.
An exquisite combination of Norwegian birch burl (from Norway), mahogany, and a color scheme with light tones and opaque hues, as well as Lalique crystal panels and gold flourishes.
Her design includes sliding doors, incredible floor-to-ceiling windows, and a massive open upper deck.
She can accommodate up to 10 guests in five staterooms, comprising one master cabin, three double cabins, and one twin cabin.
The upper deck is fully dedicated to the owner, featuring a suite, private dining area, terrace, office, salon, and 270-degree views. She can also host up to 16 crew members on board.
If you are looking for relaxation and entertainment, LUCKY LADY has you covered. Her amenities include a jacuzzi, outdoor cinema, air-conditioning, gym, WIFI, beach club, retractable golf tee, and projector.
Probably one of her main attributes is her pool with a two-level waterfall, a feature seen for the first time on a yacht.
Her toys include wave runners, kayaks, waterskis, wakeboards, sea bobs, towable toys, scuba diving equipment, snorkeling equipment, and fishing equipment.
In 2017, she underwent a full refresh, having a completely new interior refresh.
LUCKY LADY Yacht Exterior
The LUCKY LADY yacht features exterior design by The A Group and naval architecture by Oceanco.
She is built with an arctic white steel hull and aluminium superstructure design with discreet lines.
The superyacht has a Midnight Express Tender and a Novurania landing craft.
LUCKY LADY Yacht Specifications
The LUCKY LADY is a 62.60m motor yacht with a beam of 10.5m, a draft of 3.65m, and a volume of 1,038 GT. She is powered by twin Caterpillar engines (1,651HP).
She cruises at 12.5 knots and reaches a maximum speed of 14.5 knots with a range of 3,100 nautical miles.
The yacht can carry 117,000 litres of fuel and 16,000 litres of water on board.
She is the 25th largest yacht ever built by Ocean, and one of the largest yachts in the world, ranked number 405th.
Some of her awards include the ShowBoats Awards 2002 for Best Full Displacement Motoryacht and the International Superyacht Society Awards 2003 for Best Power Interior.
She was built to comply with MCA and Lloyd’s registration, and currently sails under the Cayman Islands flags.
THE LUCKY LADY yacht is not listed for sale, but she was put for sale in 2015 for 49.9 million EUR. However, she’s currently available for charter.
Her summer cruising regions are France, Italy, Monaco, Amalfi Coast, Corsica and Sardinia. Her weekly rate goes from 310,00 to 355,000 EUR plus expenses.
During winter, she cruises in the Bahamas with a charter price starting from $310,000 per week.
She has a running cost of $1 to $3 million annually and a current price of $35 million.