How do you describe a yacht built to rigorous, exacting, tough as nails standards, yet beautiful enough to proudly show off as the princess of the ball? Just say LADY C! This yacht is built to a strength standard rarely seen today with a resin-impregnated, top-grade, high-pressure bonded marine plywood (as used in offshore extreme heavy-seas-designed rescue boats). Inside she boasts a beautiful interior, of luxury appointments, Beautiful mediterranean woods, just look at the photos. And, the hull is so tough that when trying to cut out a notch for a depth sounder at the shipyard in Athens, the shipyard wore out multiple SAW BLADES!
Learning this about LADY C's reminded me of other boats built to the same standard. Look off the beach in the roughest conditions and you will see lifeguard boats built in the 80's and 90's, and still in use today. Built in this resin impregnated, mulit-layer plywood manner, these boats are still used all over southern California. Look at lifeguard boats, tow boats, harbor patrol, etc. and you will find rugged boats, tougher than nails, that are trusted it in intense conditions. Built in this time-tested manner.
LADY C has strength, power, and luxury. Being able to cruise at 19-21 knots. The interior shows a Mediterranean style, with beautiful Italian craftsmanship, and stunning woodwork. Powered with Detroit Diesels, and maintained to an outstanding level of care and commitment.
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