Built by Feadship in 2007, Gallant Lady was the first Feadship to include lightweight aircraft materials in the interior construction to ensure efficiency, lighter weight and a shallow draft suited to her owners’ intended cruising area. While the onboard systems boast numerous technologically advanced components, one of the first things you notice are the yacht’s signature windows. Reconfiguring the air-conditioning system allowed designers to lower the windows on all main decks, creating an unmistakable exterior look and phenomenal interior views. Because the commissioning owner was a founding member of the International SeaKeepers Society, he wanted the yacht to be as eco-friendly as possible. Also notable are the semi-private owner’s deck and the multiple spaces devoted to entertaining.
Location: HOF North 319, 321, 323, 325, 327
LOA: 168ft. (51.21m)
Beam: 31ft. 6in. (9.6m)
Engines: 2 x Caterpillar 3508B-DITA
Speed (max./cruise): 15 knots/12 knots