Lacey Kay is the third hull that was built of the Nordhavn 96, a model that evolved as a larger version of the Nordhavn 86. The current owner of Lacey Kay commissioned the yacht with an eye toward being able to run with minimal crew (or no crew) and to travel what Denison calls “big, open oceans.”
The owner built Lacey Kay with additional fuel tanks, creating an overall fuel capacity of 9,575 gallons. At a speed of 9 knots, the yacht burns 20 gallons per hour, according to Denison’s team. Maximum speed is 12 knots.
Also notable is that Lacey Kay has the master stateroom on the second deck, a custom layout choice.
What kind of range can Lacey Kay achieve? According to Denison, range is 3,000 nautical miles at 9 knots.
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