Northrop & Johnson is delighted to announce the sale of the 64-foot (19.51m) LADY CYNTHIA by Yacht Broker Jim Elliott, who acted on behalf of the buyer and seller.
Built by Jefferson Yachts in 2003, LADY CYNTHIA offers comfort for everyone aboard and impressive performance. The yacht is an outstanding go-to-sea pilothouse yacht with a Portuguese bridge. The motor yacht has been professionally maintained since her launch and provides a great on-water retreat for coastal cruising with the family or hosting friends.
The motor yacht features three staterooms and bathrooms and a crew or kids cabin aft with bathroom. She is able to accommodate eight in total. The amidships master stateroom has a walk-around king berth and en-suite bath. LADY CYNTHIA also has a VIP with a centerline queen and a guest stateroom with upper and lower berths.
LADY CYNTHIA has a 16-and-a-half-foot beam (5m), which provides spacious living areas aboard. The motor yacht features a causal interior with beautiful handcrafted teak and light-colored furnishings to create a timeless styling. The main salon has ample seating on both sides and direct access to the well-equipped galley. This open-plan layout makes the ideal space for hosting guests.
The luxury yacht features covered walk-around decks, which makes her well-suited for operating in any type of weather. LADY CYNTHIA also has a covered aft deck; this is well-suited for alfresco dining. Furthermore, the yacht has a well-sized flybridge with ample seating and a boat deck for the yacht’s tender. LADY CYNTHIA also has a spacious cockpit.
LADY CYNTHIA has a maximum draft of four feet (1.2m) and a minimum of four and a half feet (1.3m). The motor yacht has a top speed of 17 knots and cruises at 10 to 12 knots.