About Lady Victory
Lady Victory (ex-Lady Victoria) was built in 2004 by Canadian shipyard Rayburn Custom Yachts. With her latest refit completed in 2019, her interior is impeccable featuring warm mahogany woods with detailed inlays throughout the yacht.
Though more petite in proportion than most superyachts, the 27-metre Lady Victory is not to be overlooked. This elegant motor yacht has timeless style, versatile deck spaces and spacious accommodation for eight guests.
Built by Rayburn to a design by Hage-Marine and featuring an interior by Elegant Quarters, Lady Victory has been carefully considered with on board space optimised and many surprises in store.
The sun deck is a favoured spot with its on-deck Jacuzzi, casual al fresco dining area and barbecue, freestanding sun loungers and optional bimini shade.
On the main deck, Lady Victory has a curved settee to aft and doors lead into the main saloon where guests will find lounge seating, a formal dining table and bar counter. Flanked by large windows running along both sides of the vessel, the saloon enjoys plenty of natural light and there’s a view to be had from every seat.
There’s another seating area forward on the bow, which is a thrilling spot while underway or a more intimate location for an evening cocktail.
Wood panelling in a traditional style runs throughout the boat with subtle marine-themed colours and décor.
The guest accommodation is on the lower deck and comprises a full-beam master suite with king-size bed, two double cabins and one twin. All of the accommodation is en suite.
Lady Victory tows a 25-foot Sportsman tender and carries two SeaBobs, stand-up paddleboards and snorkelling sets on board.
Lady Victory cruises at 16 knots and has a top speed of 22 knots.