Lady Dee

154.2ft / 47m  |  Voorland Shipyard  |  2012

LADY DEE is a 47m (154’) luxury motor yacht launched in 2012 by the Acico Yachts shipyard, formerly known as Dutch Yacht Builders. She boasts naval architecture by Olivier F. van Meer and her beautiful exterior is by Dutch designer Cor D. Rover.

Her main salon provides comfortable seating and spectacular views. A state of the art entertainment system includes a 65’ TV and a kaleidoscope library of films. The adjacent dining room has formal seating for 12 guests.

Her aft deck, located on the main deck, is the ideal spot to enjoy a leisurely meal, read a book, or relax with a cup of coffee. The sundeck gives LADY DEE’s guests the ultimate spot to relax in the sun or shade, with large sunpads, a retractable sunscreen, and a fold-out large screen TV that can be turned 360 degrees.

LADY DEE’s skylounge offers relaxed seating and a card table. It can be easily converted into an additional guest suite with en suite bathroom. When not in use, the fold-out Queen bed is stowed invisibly. The sky lounge deck has ample space and seating for parties.

Tenders & Water Toys

  • One tender Naumatec 6.10 metres with 2.8 diesel 45 knots
  • One Novourania 4.6 metres with 40hp Yamaha
  • One jet ski Yamaha superjet 700 stand up
  • One jet ski Kawasaki 800 SXR stand up
  • Two single tubes
  • One double tube
  • Two pair of skis

Boat Specifications

BuilderVoorland Shipyard
Year Built2012
Length154.2ft / 47m
Beam28.3ft / 8.63m
Draft10.2ft / 3.11m