- 5m Gemini rigid inflatable tender
- 5m aluminium fishing boat
- 2 x kayaks
- Dive compressor
- Fishing tackle and equipment
- Snorkeling gear
- 2 x aqua scooters
- Skiing and inflatable water towing toys
|Builder||Lloyds Ships Holdings|
|Year Built||1983 (Original)|
First built by Lloyds Ships Holdings in 1983, and later refit in 2005, Emerald Lady measures 115 feet in length. Both the naval architecture and interior design was the work of Benetti. Perfect for yacht charters all year round, Emerald Lady cruises Sydney and the Gold Coast in the summer and the Great Barrier Reef in the winter.
The interior of Emerald Lady is very modern. Walk through its main salon and common areas, and you’ll find mahogany tables, cream leather and suede furniture, and bespoke furnishings. Both relaxing and contemporary, the interior rooms are outfitted with the latest in technology, like a satellite TV, along with Chess and plenty of books to read for those who want a serene day at sea.
The exterior decks were built to entertain. There is a large upper deck where guests can take in the views and enjoy alfresco dining, as well as alfresco dining for up to 12 on the aft deck. For those arriving in style, there is even a touch-and-go helipad onboard. For extra fun in the sun, there is a large area for sunbathing, and outdoor bar, a BBQ area, and plenty of tenders and water toys for guests to use as they please.
Emerald Lady can accommodate up to eight charter guests in four spacious staterooms.
- 1 Master Stateroom with ensuite bathrooms
- 1 VIP Cabin with ensuite bathrooms
- 2 Guest Cabins with ensuite bathrooms