Following two extensive refits, the first in 2018 and straight out of the second one in December 2021, the 29.6m sailing yacht Lamadine now partners an iconic Laurent Giles design with all the amenities of modern cruising and comfort.
Stripped back to bare hull and repainted and with new sails and advanced rigging technology, Lamadine’s exceptional sailing performance belies her classic pedigree. Built by Camper & Nicholsons in 1967, this cutter-rigged ketch has been restored to her full former glory and more, now boasting immaculate teak decks, polished wood panelling and smart interior upholstery.
On deck, the sheltered cockpit and al fresco dining area provide versatile space for relaxing and socialising, and is both a safe and enthralling spot from which to enjoy this yacht when underway.
There’s accommodation for six guests in three spacious cabins, with the owner’s suite and VIP guest cabin boasting en suite bathrooms finished in marble. The configuration comprises an owner’s double and two twins, all positioned to aft. There’s separate quarters for a crew of five and a well equipped galley.
Wood panelling runs throughout the interior, complemented by light fabrics and a generally neutral colour palette – leaving the yacht’s distinct charm and character to speak for itself.
Powered by twin engines and with her new generators and navigation equipment, when not cruising under the grace of her sails, Lamadine offers impressive speed and exceptional seagoing ability.