Christensen launched LADY BEE (ex-NAMOH) in 1995. At the time, she was the most innovative and unique yacht of her size built in the United States. Not only was she the first U.S.-built yacht to feature an elevator and Christensen’s groundbreaking ocean terrace, but she also was the only U.S.-built yacht of 142-feet to offer a six-stateroom configuration. LADY BEE has always been maintained to the highest possible standards, but due to consistent maintenance and a 2015 refit, she now is in supreme condition.
LADY BEE has a voluminous interior with an array of spaces well suited for entertaining and relaxing. Floor-to-ceiling windows in the main salon bathe the space in natural light. Her skylounge also offers impressive views and has a state-of-the-art entertainment system. LADY BEE is able to accommodate up to 12 guests in six large, comfortable staterooms.
LADY BEE’s main deck has a bar and alfresco dining table. Port and starboard stairs offer access to the ocean terrace, which is an excellent place to launch water toys. During a sunny day, guests will enjoy relaxing on the forepeak’s sunpads and settee or barbecuing on the sundeck, which also has a settee, as well as a large Jacuzzi.
LADY BEE will be on display at the 2015 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. For more information, please contact Cromwell Littlejohn or Crom.Littlejohn@NorthropandJohnson.com or Joe Foggia or Joe.Foggia@NorthropandJohnson.com.