Haute Yacht: Lady Goodgirl on the Market for $7,850,000

If you’re looking to enter the new decade in style, what better way than to purchase one of the most luxurious yachts out there? Lady Goodgirl has just hit the market for $7,850,000.

Lady Goodgirl, previously known as Lady Angela, is one of the largest motor yachts designed by renowned naval architect Philip Rhodes and the beautiful yacht is looking for a new owner. Measuring in at 42.9 meters, Lady Goodgirl was built in 1964 by Aberdeen’s Hall Russell and has since then had major mechanical and interior renovations in 2001 with additional cosmetic work on the exterior and interior completed in 2004.

Lady Goodgirl accommodates a total of eleven guests in five staterooms, three of which are double staterooms. A master suite located mid-ship is accessed by a private staircase and features his and her bathrooms and extremely generous closet space. Paneled teak walls accent elegantly carpeted floors.

A second master suite is located on the main deck and includes a full bathroom and walk-in closet with natural light pouring in from the main deck windows. An double suite with an additional single bed and two twin cabins are located in the stern of the yacht, with a study on the main deck.

The dining area on the main deck is able to comfortably accommodate twelve with seating around a canoe stern. On the first deck there is a horseshoe teak bar fit for ten guests with a seating area with umbrellas behind the bar for a more relaxed setting. The third deck functions as a sun and exercise deck and include large sun beds and exercise equipment including a treadmill, cross trainer, and free weights.

Lady Goodgirl offers “an extensive array of tenders and water sports equipment” in addition to all the modern comforts such as air conditioning, satellite television, and DVD and high quality audio systems.