Discussion in 'Feadship Yacht' started by Yacht News, Aug 13, 2010.
Here is the post by new member MontPort and the resized photo of "Lady Christine".
Lady Christene just left Grand Harbour Marina Malta (04.10.10) following refueling but all of my pictures are too large for this forum sadly.
Can't you resize them? Our picture size rules are no pics over 640 X 480 pixels. Would be great to see your photos!
Look, what the wind has blown into our little marina.
This photo was taken yesterday in Vrboska on the island of Hvar, Croatia.
Aparently the captain has put himself into a tight spot. Maybe it was even the good old chap Lord Laidlaw himself because half an hour later the chopper was heard lifting off.
Very shallow water behind, so it is best we send a lookout to the heck.
Finally in safe waters. I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw the big yacht maneuvering in this tight spot. Usually we see yachts up to 68 feet in our marina, not 68 meters.
Otherwise I have fallen in love with this ship when I first saw her anchored on the island of Sipan (by Dubrovnik) last year. The superb aft bathing platform with the two umbrellas and the two lovely retractable balconies on the sides together with the "faux" windows make her an exquisite ship.
The review on YachtForums http://www.yachtforums.com/forums/feadship-yacht/14821-review-feadship-223-lady-christine.html is one of the best on the Net and it shows how much devotion was put into her design and building.
On behalf of YachtForums, I would like to say thank you for your acknowledgement on the review. Both Carl and Chuck work exceedingly hard on providing these reviews. Pretty much all of our reviews are top notch but I particularly loved the "Lady Christine" review. It is nice at least someone appreciates them. Thanks
You are welcome. The thing that has impresssed me most is the quality of the inside photos. The ligtning in the photos is so masterfully done that for example in the central staircase you can see the depth of the 3 decks like you would be standing there.
I have a few photos to add to my previous post. The yacht was later anchored in the bay of Vrboska and I could take a few photos of the most interesting details.
The side balcony is retractable. Here it is being prepared for the retraction.
One can also see a small corridor to the right of the balcony leading behind the false windows to the bow.
On the second photo the balcony is already retracted.
The magnificent aft bathing platform.
Helicopter deck with the artfully crafted railing.
An interesting detail.
very nice photos again!! thank you!
"Lady Christine"...beautiful build.
Here is a great PDF from Rodney Black studios who designed the amazing interior of Lady Christine.
Great detail and pictures.
Sea Owl has an amazing interior as well, but I really can't see how they can ask +$30M more than Lady Christine.