LADY DIANE II is a beautiful 120’ pilothouse motor yacht with accommodations for 6 guests in 3 double staterooms each with ensuite head and shower. She was designed by Jack W. Sarin. Her fiberglass hull was constructed by Westport and she was finished by Sovereign Yachts in British Columbia, Canada.
LADY DIANE’S interior is maple wood with birds eye maple inlay features. Cabinetry is topped with granite. The foyer sole is marble. There is a stairway leading up to the pilothouse, passage forward to the galley and aft to the main salon. There is also a day head w/granite topped maple vanity and sink, Headhunter toilet and custom wall covering.
Aft is the main salon, a voluminous, elegant space with formal dining table for ten forward, a game table, large settee and custom coffee table along with 2 custom leather recliners, a Steinway piano w/player capability and wet bar. Double doors open to the aft deck.
Exterior decks are teak. The aft deck has two settees, large full height storage spaces, a sink, curving stairway to the boat deck and two stairways giving access to the cockpit. The cockpit is designed for fishing with a live bait well, outrigger mounts and rod holders. The transom door gives access to the crew quarters and engine room beyond and port and starboard gates lead to the swim platform.
Forward from the entry foyer is a fully equipped galley, country kitchen style, with enormous storage cabinetry and informal dining table. A stairway forward to port leads to a below deck workshop and a twin V-berth crew cabin w/en suite head and shower forward.
The portside hallway from the main salon leads to the stairway that gives access to the guest staterooms. The master suite is full beam forward of the foyer and the double mirror guest staterooms each with en suite head and shower are aft. There is an office/den to starboard and a laundry room to port.
A curved, carpeted stairway leads to the pilothouse from the starboard entry. The pilothouse console is full beam with pilot and co-pilot helm chairs. There is a large chart table with chart drawer storage below to port along with a desk and cabinetry. Aft is a stairway that leads to the flybridge. To starboard is a raised settee with table.
The flybridge is massive with 3 helm chairs and many repeater navigational electronics. Settees with tables are to port and starboard aft of the helm along with a centerline Jacuzzi. Aft of the Jacuzzi to port is a full wet bar with Icemaker and refrigerator and a gas BBQ grill, to starboard is a large sunpad. The boat deck aft houses a 20’ Novurania tender, 2 sailing kayaks and a rowing launch.
There is a third helm station built into the radar arch.