The construction of 34m superyacht Lady of Leisure is progressing well at the Van der Valk shipyard ahead of her September delivery date.

The 34m custom explorer yacht has been commissioned by experienced owners for specific requests, and is destined to be a lady of leisure on the seas. The owners have been keen to get out to sea as soon as possible, and took inspiration from Van der Valk’s previous work on 29m Venera. Designer Guido de Groot also worked with the owners to add distinctive rounded details and an additional deck that will provide panoramic views of the environment wherever Lady Lene cruises. 

The all-aluminium superyacht benefits from an extra 6-metres in length, featuring a master stateroom with office, a VIP stateroom, two guest suites and good accommodation for four crew members. There is also room for a gangway and wing stations on a yacht which synthesises everything the family requires in a true home from home. 

An interior elevator ensures ease of movement between the three decks, which has been a great accomplishment in design and engineering on a 34-metre yacht. The superyacht also boasts a performance-enhancing Hull Vane appendage, an impressive exhaust system from Marquip and a giant window for the dining area. Lady Lene also promises to be exceptionally quiet, further enhancing guests’ enjoyment of life on the seas. 

We look forward to following Lady Lene’s progress as she moves ever closer to her delivery in September. 

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