At the helm of LADY E since July 2018, Captain Charles leads a team of relaxed, confident and skilled professionals to deliver an exceptional service. He has been a charter Captain for over 17 consecutive years.

Charles has sailed around the world extensively. He has also been directly involved in the building of yachts, the outfitting and commissioning and warranty phases of yachts and all other operations of yachting including yacht management.

1) What makes LADY E so unique and why should someone charter her?

LADY E surpasses her competition because she offers great comfort and space to her guests: high ceilings, big windows on all decks, wide deck space, guest rooms that are elegant and harmonious, the latest in a long list of water toys and a crew that can service all the guests’ needs. In addition, the artwork on board is world class.

2) What is your personal favourite feature of the yacht and why?

My favourite feature on board is the feeling I get of the space the yacht offers. Guests can relax quietly in many different areas – being separate – and yet they can come together to one spot to enjoy each other’s company.

3) What is your favourite activity to create for guests on board LADY E?

Parties – parties bring the guests together better than any other event. Here we can arrange very large to very intimate festivities that create lasting memories.

4) What, in your opinion, makes LADY E’s crew so unique?

LADY E’s crew are unique because of their diversity and pride in presenting the yacht in first class condition and sharing their professionalism and passion in the service they provide on board.

5) One line on something that nobody knows about LADY E?

Come see LADY E, she is the one yacht you will want to charter!

Post-refit, the yacht will boast a 60sqm beach club complete with bar, sun loungers and guest seating area on her lower deck. Her main deck will see a reconfigured guest seating area complimented by the addition of a sun pad with an integrated skylight.

Running alongside the major structural modifications is a programme of comprehensive engineering and AVIT work. This will include new generators, an exhaust system, shorepower converter and AVIT equipment throughout the vessel, as well as servicing and maintenance on all other equipment in the yacht’s engine room.

We cannot wait to have her back and available to charter. You can read more about her here.

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