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Delivered in April 2003, LADY BARBARETTA is the largest all-carbon multi hull yacht ever built and a true feat of engineering. Designed by Chenus, Presles & Associes (CPA), she was built by CMN/JMVI, one of the world's leading shipyards for carbon construction. Her long, slim hulls and powerful rig make her an astonishing sailing machine. She effortless reaches 25 knots, always maintaining a very stable position due to her broad beam. LADY BARBARETTA's stunning interior has a modern yet elegant style of Maple woods and Bamboo. Her expansive sunbathing deck spaces combined with a wide range...

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LADY BARBARETTA has been built with an impressive level of detail No expenses have been spared and most of the metal fittings on deck She carries a 290 square metre addition has a 520 square metre asymmetric spinnaker for long and fast downwind legs. The sails and engines are handled form the cockpit on the flybridge which doubles as a great sundeck A wide U-shaped area on the lounging or dining with cleverly designed seats and a centrally positioned table that can be raised, swivelled and extended to create a dining table for eight.

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LADY BARBARETTA offers vast deck areas for relaxing, dining and sunbathing. An ingenious design allows two full sized tenders to be stored under the sunbathin areas either side of the aft cockpit. The stern hatches open to provide swim platforms on each side of the yacht and a cleverly design storage area in the stern section offers full diving equipment with a entering shallow waters is easy for LADY places untouched by other large yachts, giving guests the ability to enjoy the

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The panoramic views and spacious seating for up to I 5 guests in the aft cockpit, the vast sunpads, together with the large trampoline in front of the bridge, offer sunbathing, relaxing and socialising areas unparalleled by any other sailing yacht. Due to LADY BARBARETTA's bread beam of 14 metres, the size of her aft cockpit is comparable to those found on much larger motor yachts. During sailing, it can also provide a sheltered and quiet place for guests wanting to escape the wind

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LADY BARBARETTA's interior is luxuriously spacious for the eight guests that she accommodates and features a stunning crushed bamboo floor, a seating area to starboard and a bar area to por t. Her dining table, which can be stowed away when not in use to create space, can comfortably seat eight guests. In addition, an Owner's office located near the bridge benefits from the latest communication equipment giving the ability to do some quiet work or stay in touch with the office while on board.

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LADY BARBARETTA accommodation consists of three principal guest suites on the main deck and a fourth double cabin with en suite shower room in the starboard hull. The Owner's suite features a king-sized bed and adjoining shower room with double washbasins together with a Jacuzzi shower and steam bath. between either double or twin beds - each with a bathroom with Jacuzzi All cabins are spacious, with large windows providing excellent views. The modern decorative scheme is light and airy with the use of comfortable and versatile furnishings, creating an elegant and spacious feel. Each guest...

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LADY BARBARETTA MAIN CHARACTERISTICS DIMENSIONS TONNAGE YEAR BUILT BUILDER DESIGNER Length O.A. Length W.L. Beam Minimum Draft Maximum Draft 105.00ft (32.00m) 101.70ft (31.00m) 45.90ft (14.00m) 5.90ft ( 1.80m) 14.75ft ( 4.50m) Gross Displacement 185 tons 68 tons April 2003 Constructions Mecaniques de Normandie (CMN), JMVI, James Chenus, Presles et Associes (CPA) HULL CONSTRUCTION Carbon Epoxy with Nomex honeycomb core (Hull and Superstructure) CLASSIFICATION Bureau Veritas I3/3 (E) Charter Yacht/Mach ACCOMMODATION NUMBER OF GUESTS 8 OWNER’S CABIN Double Cabin on platform with Jacuzzi shower...

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