Few motoryachts turn heads like the 121-foot Fair Lady, a 1928 build from Camper and Nicholsons. Now, this classic design is looking even smarter after completing a refit at the Pendennis shipyard in Palma, Spain.
Fair Lady is no stranger to Pendennis, whose Falmouth, England, yard was the site of a total refit in 1996. She again had work done by Pendennis in 2000 and 2006.
The refit that just finished marked Fair Lady’s first visit to the Pendennis Palma facility. She had a five-year MCA LY1 survey, a main engine and generator overhaul, routine engine-room maintenance, an overhaul of her standing rigging, and a full hull re-paint.
If the owner continues the regular cruising program for Fair Lady, then she should be seen throughout Mediterranean waters soon. She is regularly offered for charter, accommodating eight guests at a lowest weekly base rate of €52,500.
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