A unique purchase opportunity on today’s sales market, FAIR LADY hails from the heyday of the 1920s. Born in an era when the world was at peace, after WW1, before WWII and two years prior to the Wall Street crash, 1927 was known as a pioneering year full with ambition. The first solo flight was recorded across the Atlantic and the first feature length motion picture with synchronized sound was released, plus FAIR LADY was launched into the water as one of Camper & Nicholson’s, the leading yacht builders of the time, greatest triumphs.
Built to encapsulate the glamour of the 1920s, and although she has been sold numerous times, she managed to remain unchanged until 1996. Since then she has visited the yard several times to ensure her ocean-going capabilities are kept in top class working order. Original features such as the 1920’s ship’s wheel and brass binnacle sit next to the newly installed state-of-the-art satellite navigation system and enhanced safety equipment beautifully fusing vintage with modern.
FAIR LADY expertly offers relaxation in a grand setting. The lower deck houses accommodation for eight guests including the owner’s cabin. The main saloon, formal dining and sophisticated card room sit on the main deck whereas the sun deck is the place for al fresco dining, sunbathing and entertaining.
With an impressive arsenal of water toys, FAIR LADY is also well-proven as a popular charter yacht offering the owner with an eye for an investment a fantastic opportunity.
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