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At the request of the owner, the large 34-meter Explorer will be completely accessible by wheelchair thanks to an elevator between the bridges and the floors completely free of architectural barriers. It will also feature high ceilings everywhere, as well as gigantic windows that will adorn the entire superstructure.The designer Guido de Groot commented on the owner’s brief regarding the project: “We studied our design considering the very specific internal requirements for height and accessibility. The owners also had detailed aesthetic desires for the exterior design, including a sturdy arch and soft, curved lines. The desire for clean outdoor spaces and a large aft deck needed to move the volume of the superstructure forward, including the wheelhouse. "For greater comfort in the water, the hull of the Lady Lene motor yacht features a wave-piercing bow and a Hull Vane system that improves performance. Twin SeaKeeper gyroscopic stabilizers and an electrical stabilization system of Humphree fins combine to offer comfort and safety in all weather conditions.As for performance, Lady Lene will benefit from the Fast Displacement hull developed by Ginton Naval Architects which will ensure that you do not give up on high speeds.The accommodation on board for up to 10 guests includes a VIP suite on the deck with its own balcony and aft terrace, a master cabin completes with an office located on the lower deck, with three additional suites located in the bow, two doubles and one single. The main deck also houses the ship’s main dining room which is flooded with natural light and features a large lounge.
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