25-10-2021

The 34-metre explorer motor yacht Lady Lene has been launched on 15th October. Lady Lene features exterior and interior design from the drawing boards of Guido de Groot Design.

Commissioned by a repeat Van der Valk client, Lady Lene will be fully wheelchair accessible thanks to an elevator connecting all decks. Her sophisticated interior has been designed with accessibility as a top priority: all floors in the yacht are flush, and the design is characterised by round corners and a lack of sharp edges and angles.

Accommodation is comprised of two owner’s cabins (one on the bridge deck, and one located midships on the lower deck) as well as two VIP cabins and a bunk for children on the lower deck. A crew of seven is housed on board across four cabins.

The main deck is home to an airy, open-plan lounge and dining area perfect for relaxing in all weathers. As a focal point of the yacht’s design, the aft entertainment space offers various zones perfect for lounging and dining, as well as an alfresco bar and swim platform.

Performance-wise, Lady Lene leaves nothing to be desired. An all-aluminium superyacht sporting a round bilge fast-displacement hull, twin MAN 1650 hp engines enable her to reach a top speed of 18 knots and cruise comfortably at 14 knots.

Lady Lene will be delivered at the end of 2021.