About Kathleen Anne
Whilst offering plenty of space for those who love to sunbathe, the shading facilities are also one of the most ingenious aspects of the sundeck. The cantilevered umbrellas above the Jacuzzi are made of stainless steel and sailcloth, and each unit can be folded up and unplugged.
Here as elsewhere on Kathleen Anne, people have a wealth of choices at any time of the night or day. And that is a rare if not entirely unique virtue for a 39 metre yacht. She combines a calm and tailored approach with an inviting ambience. Kathleen Anne has four guest suites on the lower deck. Each guest room has been panelled in broad planks of white oak, blended with simple cream fabric upholstery. Deeply fluted plinths and chunky macassar ebony footboards distinguish the beds, whilst late-1930s British Linocut prints by Cyril Power and Luca Missoni’s Moon photos adorn the walls. The aft guest cabins have double beds, one of which converts into a sofa. Sliding back the central bulkhead, the two suites can be configured into one full-beam VIP stateroom suite with a separate lounge containing an L-shaped sofa.