Fresh from an extensive refit, the 74.5-metre Lady E was launched from the dry dock at Pendennis last week. Now sporting an additional 6 metres to her stern, the 2006 Amels yacht Lady E will head out for sea trials before her charter season. Â Photo: PendennisPhoto: PendennisAs seen in the latest images, the stern extension has allowed for an extra 120-square-metres of space across her four decks, including a 60-square-metre beach club. On the bridge deck, a health and wellbeing suite has been installed. Â Photo: PendennisPhoto: PendennisIn addition to a new top coat, Lady E benefitted from three new generators and work to her main engines and major systems.Â
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