Custom built with impeccable lineage, "LADY BULL’s" interior/exterior composition, use of quality materials, incomparable joinery workmanship, thoughtful and functional layout, superior electronics and AV packages, exclusive top choice fabrics, accessories, and soft goods will appeal to the discriminating yachtsman. High gloss cherry wood cabinetry is featured throughout the yacht. There are protective, Sunbrella color-coordinated carpet runners throughout. The full walk-around main deck provides easy access for guests and crew.
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Entering the Main Salon form the 9-ft. aft deck, through the Trend sliding glass door, the 17-ft. long Salon is sophisticated, stylish, open, airy and extremely well arranged. The forward bulkhead is mirrored. Beneath this mirror, continuing along the port side of the Salon, is a custom-designed radius corner built-in, 10-ft. sofa with storage beneath. This sofa has a small, incorporated end table with two opening drawers on each end. A 4-ft. dual pedestal cherry wood coffee table and one leather, swivel-reclining chair complete the space.
Aft of the sofa are built-in cherry wood cabinets housing a granite topped wet bar with stainless sink, a liquor cabinet below and built-in refrigerator.
The entire length of the Salon on the starboard side is an integrated cherry cabinet that is essential to the room without overpowering it. Beginning forward on the bulkhead is one 16-bottle U-Line wine cooler and built-in wind storage drawers for 48 bottles. Just aft in the lower section is flocked stowage in two cabinets for tableware and stemware. This is followed by another section of the cabinet housing a printer and the audio/visual equipment. A custom-built desk with two drawers and pull-out keyboard undershelf completes the space.
There is a 42” Samsung Smart TV with sound bar on an auto-electric high/low lift. The entertainment center encompasses one cabinet aft with components consisting of the following:
The staircase leading to the lower accommodations and Engine Room is to port. The Salon appointments are all of cherry wood cabinetry which is consistent throughout the yacht. All port and starboard windows have adjustable, soft shade window blinds. The aft Salon door has a full-length curtain and screen door.
The two-tiered relief “crown molding” trimmed in hard cherry with radius curves, surrounds the space. There are 5 stereo speakers and 9 LED lights. The ambiance is further enhanced by large side windows and assorted combinations of upgraded LED lighting; overhead and around the perimeter. Overhead is a Horizon trademark Starlite fixture trimmed in cherry wood and encompassing the room with diffused lighting with the use of six LED recessed lights. Indirect lighting is installed under valances and under sofas.
The Galley is up two steps from the Salon and features a large, country kitchen-style with black Galaxy granite countertops, top-of-the-line appliances, and teak and holly sole. A U-shaped dining area with seating for 8 faces the Galley. Port and starboard are watertight, aircraft style, side entry doors.
All granite, wrap-around countertops in the Galley are over 4 opening drawers. There are 6 large, overhead cabinets plus the following:
The Country Kitchen is forward of the Galley. The 15-ft. U-shaped leather dining settee sits atop a 10-inch raised platform at deck level. The cherry wood table is 30” x 60” and surrounded by tempered glass windows which allow vista views while cruising or stationary, and offering comfortable seating for eight. Six LED overhead lights illuminate the space. Teak window treatments and a three-section windshield, wit custom blinds, create a bright and cheery area. The port and starboard aircraft-style doors access the deck.
A Day Head is to starboard with black Galaxy granite floor with gold inlay, granite vanity top, stainless steel sink, Grohe faucets, 2 opening cabinets, 2 drawers, 2 overheard lights, towel rack, teak blinds, black Dometic toilet and independent air conditioning. Aft of the Day Head is an eight-step staircase to the Bridge Deck.
The ship’s main AC and DC electrical panels are on the starboard side, just forward of the Day Head, and is extremely accessible for ease of operation or service.
A seven-step staircase wit banister leads down the starboard side to the owner and guest accommodations, which are carpeted and include the protective Sunbrella coordinated runners.
The focal point in the Master Stateroom is the king-sized centerline bed with storage beneath and side access.
Up-lit port and starboard sconces are affixed on a mirror behind the bed which enhance the upholstered headboard. Featured are luxury bed coverings and pillow shams. There are two cherry nightstands with two drawers bordering the bed. The ceiling above the bed is finished in cherry wood framed mirrors and recessed lighting. There is ample storage plus drawers beneath the berth. A vanity with mirrored makeup area is flanked by 4 opening drawers and storage cabinets, positioned on the starboard side, as well as a walk-in closet with built-in drawer storage. A similar, but smaller, closet is to port offering ample storage space.
At the forward bulkhead is the entertainment center featuring a flush mounted 27” Sony flat screen TV, DirecTV receiver, Harmon Kardon receiver and Sony DVD player.
A sitting area wit settee and storage stand with 3 drawers is to port. Four opening port lites, two port and two starboard, are also featured in the Master Stateroom.
Fully aft are the His and Hers heads centered by a large shower with dual Grohe shower heads, a built-in seat and soap/shampoo racks. The shower floor is black granite with gold inlay accents. Each head, which are mirror images, feature granite topped vanities with 2 drawers and 2 cabinets topped by a full-width mirror, 4 side-opening cabinets, black Dometic toilet, towel bars and accessories, opening port lite and 2 overhead lights.
All the way forward is the well-appointed VIP Stateroom with centerline queen bed with bed covering and coordinating shams/pillows. A beveled mirror is inset and positioned on the forward bulkhead and is a stunning backdrop for the crescent-shaped padded headboard. Tasteful up-lit sconces border the berth. Full cherry wood interior paneling highlights a solid cherry wood soffit. To port, forward, is a small cabinet housing the Glendinning Cablemaster. Port and starboard cabinets with shelves contain stereo speakers. Equipment and general storage is beneath the queen berth with dual access from above or via underneath drawers. The entertainment center houses a 24” Samsung TV, DirecTV receiver, above 4 drawers. There is a spacious ensuite head with large shower, granite topped vanity, Grohe fixtures and Dometic toilet.
There is also a 4-ft. granite topped cabinet with 2 cabinet doors on the inboard side of the room.
Commencing aft of the VIP to the port side is a twin berth stateroom outfitted with cherry wood paneling, an upholstered valance/mirror headboard combination, a 2-drawer nightstand between the berths, 2 drawers beneath the berths, a large cedar-lined hanging locker and two opening port lites.
The audio/visual equipment consists of a Samsung 15” TV, DirecTV receiver and Niles flush mounted stereo speakers. Also included are 5 overhead LED lights.
The large ensuite Head showcases a granite topped vanity with storage below, shower, Grohe fixtures, an opening mirrored medicine cabinet, opening port lites, black Dometic toilet and separate air conditioner.
Next aft, in the companionway, is a 5-shelf utility closet housing the guest laundry, with GE Spacemaker Laundry Center. The companionway provides entry to all three staterooms.
The aft section of the boat is entered via a portside staircase situated in the port aft section of the Salon. Perelli floors underscore the lower companionway. A head with spacious stall shower can be found on the starboard side and features a granite vanity with porcelain sink and Grohe faucets, a double door medicine cabinet and opening port lite. The black tile with inlaid gold flooring continues into the shower stall with Grohe fixtures and seat.
The Captain’s Cabin (or alternate guest cabin) features a double berth. Other notable features include a vanity with 4 drawers, hanging locker, 6 opening storage cupboards with shelves, 2 opening port lites, 5 overhead LED lights, Samsung 24” TV with DirecTV receiver, stereo speakers and controls and rope lighting. There are independent air conditioning controls for the Captain’s Cabin and Crew Cabin.
The Flybridge is accessed by an interior 8-step stairway or a nine-step curved exterior staircase from the aft deck. The bridge enjoys an upgraded, custom fiberglass hardtop and is fully enclosed through use of EZ2CY covers with two opening panels and an opening aft section. The Flybridge is fully air-conditioned with ample capacity. The forward windshield is custom glass with wiper.
On the starboard side of the Flybridge is a large, U-shaped couch with decorative cushions with stowage beneath, bordering a hi-lo Corian topped table on a double pedestal.
There is a Samsung 24” TV and DirecTV receiver on the port side and a custom cabinet with matching Corian top. There is a built-in Scotsman icemaker and two Viking two-drawer refrigerators.
The aft Flybridge contains a Nautical Structures E-Z 1500 hydraulic davit. The 2001 14' Rendova Outboard received new tubes in 2018. The aft Flybridge / sundeck area features four chairs with two cocktail tables and one umbrella. There is also a custom storage cabinet with stainless steel gas grill.
The Flybridge features the following additional equipment:
To port is the Crew Cabin boasting under/over berths, cherry wood paneling, a 3-drawer vanity with tray table, hanging locker, stowage cabinet above the lower berth and 2-drawer stowage beneath the lower berth. The top berth may be hinged down, revamping the room for single occupancy or creating a couch for sitting room/study. There are two opening port lites, 4 recessed overhead lights, Samsung 15” TV with DirecTV receiver, stereo speakers and controls, and accent rope lighting.
There are six entrances aboard “LADY BULL”; you may enter forward from port or starboard wing gates on the walk-around decks, or from port and starboard gates located at the expansive aft deck, or via port and starboard steps from the swim platform. The aft deck covered area is 13-ft. x 19-ft. and has plenty of walkaround room, even with an 8-ft. long cherry wood table (recently refinished) that easily accommodates 8-10 guests, supported by an aft bench seat (with storage beneath) and 4 free-standing wooden, ladderback chairs with canvas covers. There is also a complete canvas cover for the bench seat and cushions which were recently updated.
On the starboard side is a molded-in cabinet housing a chest freezer. To port side is the 9-step staircase allowing easy access to the flybridge with a stainless steel and framed glass sliding hatch for aft deck weather protection. Above the freezer is a custom, drop-down Samsung 24” TV and DirecTV receiver.
Above the freezer is a cabinet housing the stereo volume control, double 110V outlet, and the switches for the underwater transom lights with timer, (8) dimmable aft deck overhead LED lights, (10) dimmable side deck overhead LED lights and the staircase safety lights. There are two port and starboard Maxwell 2200 electric controlled warping winches along with two 18” stainless steel cleats and hawse eyes. There is a 6” teak cap rail with a very substantial 2” stainless steel rail completely around the main deck, fiberglass rub rail with stainless steel cap on low aft hull sides and stainless steel handrails on sides of the aft deck stairs. A Textiline sunshade spans the Flybridge to the aft rail.
This deck has a 7-ft. in-deck storage locker, (3) 2” stainless steel removable hoop rails and (2) 18” mooring cleats. This swim platform also contains a concealed swimming ladder in folding storage well under the deck. Built-in shower with hot/cold water above the platform and (2) zinc anodes on the transom. There are (2) bulkhead mounted cabinets, one for dry storage and the other with fresh and water faucets and shower attachments.
The aircraft-style watertight door on centerline of the Euro-transom affords entry to the lazarette, crew area and Engine Room.
The lazarette allows access to the rudder post, 20 gal. Raritan hot water heater, Power Convertor Center, water pressure accumulator tank, Hynautic power steering system, aft Glendinning Cablemaster, Acme transformer and underwater lighting system.
Next aft is the large utility area housing the crew mess with a stainless sink and back-up GE Spacemaker Laundry Center (washer/dryer). There is also a Sub-Zero refrigerator and Sub-Zero freezer behind cabinet doors. There is an ample amount of storage space.
Originally built for an extremely avid boater “LADY BULL” is very well laid out for either an owner/operator or someone with full-time crew. She has benefited from three owners who have done nothing but care for her. She has been painted and received all new electronics in the last couple of years. Her current owner, after building her, selling her, and having a few boats in between, decided to purchase her again as she fit all the parameters as to what they were looking for. “LADY BULL” will not disappoint!