Northrop & Johnson is delighted to announce the in-house sale of the 82-foot (24.99m) sportfish LADY LILA with Yacht Broker Jim Elliott representing the buyer and Yacht Broker Paul Daubner representing the seller.
Built by Hatteras in 1995, LADY LILA is an exceptional convertible sportfish that boasts impressive fishing capabilities as well as luxurious motor yacht amenities. The yacht has seen consistent upgrades throughout her life, including a 2008 engine rebuild, and is perfectly poised for her new owners to start enjoying their time on the water.
LADY LILA has an exceptional, spacious cockpit that is perfect for offshore fishing. It features two fighting chairs, two bait tanks and a tuna door. A few steps up from the cockpit is an aft deck with a settee, which provides the perfect viewpoint for watching the action in the cockpit as well as enjoying alfresco meals.
The interior of LADY LILA is inviting with contemporary styling. The main salon has large ultra-leather couches on either side, providing ample seating for socializing and relaxing. Forward is a well-laid out galley with a dinette opposite. The Hatteras sportfish also has an enclosed bridge with seating and a well-equipped helm.
The sportfish offers accommodations for up to seven guests in four well-appointed staterooms. LADY LILA showcases a lovely master stateroom with a king-size bed, two cedar-lined closets, a flat-screen TV with an entertainment system and a pilothouse navigation computer monitor. There is also an en-suite bath with dual vanities and a Whirlpool tub/shower that accompanies the stateroom. Offering guest versatility, the additional staterooms include a queen VIP and two mirroring twin staterooms that can convert into queens. In addition, LADY LILA has accommodations for two crewmembers.