Among the 2010 jewels of the sea born in the Codecasa Shipyards of Viareggio, we introduce here m.y. LADY LAU, a wonderful white painted 65 meters steel hull, which from an aesthetic point of view is impressive and welcoming. The yacht is characterized by classic and traditional lines and was realized following the precise wishes of the Owner, who studied the various stages of construction step-by-step with architects Franco and Anna Maria Della Role.
With her 5 large decks, the boat offers a Top Tank Deck with service areas and useful spaces for laundry and stowage, very easy to reach thanks to the lift connecting all 5 decks. The Lower Deck hosts the garage and the engine room, whereas the Guests and crew areas are more forward. Going up, the Main Deck faces on a Veranda with two relax zones and a wonderful grand piano which opens to the saloon and a dinner table, rectangular with rounded edges, able to seat up to 18 people. This one is so admirable thanks to its wood inlays and decorative natural veins. This deck also hosts the main galley, three Guests cabins, 2 cabins for the staff and an extra crew cabin.
The Upper Deck, with another dinner table in the alfresco area and a large saloon with a bar and a game table, hosts more forward the Owner’s area in its full beam bedroom. This seems the perfect solution for the Owner who dominates on the bow thanks to the wide windows surrounding the room in the front and walls and bringing more light in the bedroom. Let’s consider previously this was the wheelhouse dedicated area. The Owner’s area also includes a comfortable bathroom, a studio, a walk-in dressing, and a VIP bedroom with relevant bathroom. Upper, the Wheelhouse Deck offers a relaxing spa pool with sofas outside, and a cinema and a gymnasium in the inside area, whereas on Sun Deck there is be a large sunpads area.
She has very classic interiors with a great quantity of marbles, mahogany woods and upholstery all over the boat. Great care is given to all Guests areas, in particular to the 4 cabins in Lower Deck, which differ the ones from the others both in colours and style. The Owner expressly asked to have each room in a different style: thai, chinese, aegyptian, modern, so to be able, at the occurrance, to host his many foreign guests in an even more comfortable atmosphere. In detail, the Thai cabin is particular in its decorated mirror hanged over the bedhead and in its furniture characteristic in its reverse wooden legs. The aegyptian one sees the application of many decorative grids on the wardrobe’s doors and light inlays in the carpentry work in dark wood for furniture and walls. The Chinese twin bed cabin is dominated by the dark-light contrast. Wardrobes and bulkheads are here very linear. The second twin bed cabin does not follow a precise style. It is modern, essentialand very elegant.
This difference in styles is the main characteristic for this vessel, which is very rich in decorations and materials. Mahogany is the wood used for the cabins but also all over the boat. The marble bathrooms are in style as well, matching with each bedroom’s style, so are their taps and fittings and their furniture articles. The ceilings in the cabins have a particular indirect lighting system and very very few down lighters, whereas the floors are in carpet in the relax areas and quarters whereas we can admire the wonderful work done by light marble with wood inlays mostly in the inside deck halls.
Aesthetically the yacht reflects the Codecasa style with its sleek bow and a portholes game filling hull and superstructure. Then two Caterpillar 3516B engines, each of 2448 HP, allows the yacht to reach 17 knots at cruise speed and a range of 5000 nm at 12 knots with the possibility to have an oceanic navigation.