The Lürssen shipyard is preparing to launch motor yacht LADY KATHRYN V, previously known as Project Coco. The fifth in a line of luxury Mediterranean yacht charter vessels of the same name, motor yacht LADY KATHRYN V is the successor of a 164′ Wesport.
The first photos of the superyacht, taken this week by photographer Claus Schaefe for Boat International, show the vessel after leaving the shed – ready to launch at the shipbuilder’s Bardenfleth facility. Espen Oeino International is credited with her exterior lines, while Adam Lay Studio gets the nod for the interior.
Built in steel with an aluminium superstructure, Lürssen motor yacht LADY KATHRYN V is an evolution of the Linda Lou series begun in 2006. At 61 meters in overall length, she is slightly longer than her predecessors. Significant build evolutions are evident, such as her bridge deck. There is no full-beam section to this deck, giving the yacht a sleeker, more classic appearance. Another noted difference is the addition of a crow’s nest above the sundeck, affording a panoramic view of the sea.
The Adam Lay interior features accommodations for 12 charter guests. The master suite is situated on the main deck, with a VIP stateroom on the bridge deck, and four double cabins positioned on the lower deck.
Other yachts built by this esteemed builder and available for charter include motor yacht KISMET, motor yacht SOLEMATES, motor yacht TV, and motor yacht MARTHA ANN.
After he owner takes delivery this Summer, the Lürssen yacht charter vessel will be immediately available for hire in the Mediterranean, followed by her first winter season in the sunny, tropical Caribbean.