The 128-foot (39.01m) LADY KATH was custom built by a seasoned yacht owner who paid attention to the smallest of details to ensure every inch of the yacht defined luxury and perfection.
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1. Accommodations for 12 guests in 5 beautifully appointed staterooms, including a main deck, full beam master stateroom with separate his and hers heads, 3 queen staterooms and a convertible stateroom with 2 sets of twin bunk beds
2. Timeless mahogany joinery with mappa burle inlay, luxurious marble and granite throughout
3. Main deck galley with center island, bar stool seating, and excellent natural light
4. Fully equipped sky lounge country-style galley/bar with guest seating
5. Generously sized swim platform with large, wide steps to main deck
6. Compared to a 130' Westport, LADY KATH has larger interior volume, with excellent ceiling height throughout
7. Jacuzzi on sun deck with 360 degree views; bridge and main deck aft dining available
8. Generous crew accommodations, including an engineer's cabin located aft; large crew mess
LADY KATH represents an outstanding opportunity to own a custom-built, completely unique vessel. Owned by only her second owners who have taken great pride in the vessel, LADY KATH has been maintained to the highest of standards by her knowledgeable Captain and crew. She has never been chartered.
Built at the Northcoast shipyard in Tacoma, Washington, LADY KATH was the design and conception of a knowledgeable yachtsman, who, at the time of build, had already owned 4 brokerage vessels.
LADY KATH's interior was exquisitely designed by interior designer Robin Rose and features beautiful mahogany satin finish joinery with mappa burle inlays throughout, as well as custom mahogany crown moldings, cabinetry, and columns. Stonework throughout the vessel consists of elegant and timeless marble and granite. Taking into mind a clean look throughout, items such as a/c controls, power outlets, and central vacuum connections were hidden from sight inside closets, cabinets, and drawers.
LADY KATH has expansive volume, with more interior space than a 130' Westport. Featuring two fully equipped galleys, entertaining is easy for families, hosting dinner parties or conducting business deals. Additionally, LADY KATH's pilothouse, crew's quarters, and engine control room are spacious in size, allowing the crew to do their jobs with utmost efficiency and safety.
LADY KATH accommodates 12 guests and 6 crew in 5 guest staterooms and 4 crew cabins.
Her full beam master stateroom is located furthest forward on the main deck and is accessed through double doors from the starboard side. Featuring large windows, cedar-lined walk-in closets, and a king-sized bed, the master stateroom has all the amenities of a much larger yacht. To port is a built-in desk, flanked on both sides by large drawers. To starboard is an elegant upholstered chaise lounger. The master stateroom features true "his" and "hers" separate bathrooms, both outfitted in stunning marble stonework. The "hers" side features a large Jacuzzi tub and "his" side features a spacious glass shower. Both ensuites have their own head, sink, and window, providing excellent natural light.
The four additional staterooms are accessed via an expansive staircase with a custom, stainless handrail, down to a central guest foyer on the lower deck. Three staterooms: the port aft, starboard aft, and starboard forward staterooms all feature queen size beds, extra large drawers, desks, closets, and large ensuite bathrooms with excellent counter and storage space. The starboard aft, starboard forward, and port forward staterooms all feature floor to ceiling marble and glass showers. The port aft stateroom's bathroom features a Jacuzzi tub/marble shower combo with glass door. The port forward convertible stateroom features two sets of bunk beds, with combinations consisting of either one, two, three, or four beds available. When bunks are not in use they can be stored discretely in a dedicated space, also located in this cabin.
The crew accommodations are located in the forward lower deck and aft engine control room and consist of two cabins with two, single, over/under bunks, and two double bed cabins (one of these double bed cabins is located to port in the aft control room). The crew mess, also located forward, is a very generous size with plenty of space for crew to work and live comfortably. A washer and dryer are also located in this space.
LADY KATH features two exquisite living areas. On the main deck, just inside the automatic sliding door from the aft main deck, you enter into the elegant main salon with large windows. Plentiful seating is provided by a large sofa and side chairs. A magnificent, Kurzweil Mark electronic black lacquer baby grand piano along with a 40" television on a lift, provide entertainment options. Forward of the main salon and separated by two large mahogany columns with mirrored inlays you enter into the dining room, which features a round, glass table with beveled edge for intimate dining. A side bar with granite top and under-counter refrigerator/ice maker are located to starboard, in addition to a wide, carpeted staircase that leads to the skylounge.
Continuing forward of the dining room, to port and through an automatic sliding door, you enter into the expansive main deck galley. This galley is any chef's dream, with a stunning granite counter island, commercial appliances, a view to the outside with fantastic, oversized windows, and Amtico mahogany flooring. Owners and guests with an affinity for joining the chef are welcome anytime, with bar stool seating for two available at the center island. The crew mess and crew cabins are located forward of the galley and accessed by a lower staircase. Forward of the dining room to starboard, you enter into the large, marbled guest foyer with Nedi inlays, providing access to the master stateroom, main deck dayhead, and staircase that leads down to the lower guest staterooms.
From the dining room and walking up the carpeted staircase, one enters into the expansive, full beam, sky lounge. LADY KATH's bridge deck is like no other vessel on the market. Featuring a second galley, she is practically two boats in one. An L-shaped, custom leather sofa, card table, and entertainment wall with 40" television provide the comforts of home. Uniquely, her sky lounge is adjacent to a second, open galley/bar with beautiful granite counter tops, teak and holley flooring, and guest seating for three. This galley/bar features everything that a galley should have: stove, oven, overhead exhaust fan, dishwasher, sink, refrigerator, and microwave. A generously sized second dayhead with granite vanity is located on the starboard side.
Forward of the galley/bar and through a sliding pocket door is the expansive pilothouse which features a large, raised seating area with updated upholstery, as well as a chart table. Two, Crown Classic, leather helm chairs assist those driving the yacht. A large desk is located on the starboard side, with excellent drawer space.
LADY KATH's exterior spaces feature a Jacuzzi with 360 degree unobstructed views on the sun deck, swim platform with extra wide steps, BBQ grill on the aft bridge deck, and two separate dining areas.
On her main deck aft, a large rectangular dining table can easily accommodate 12 guests. This area also features a built-in bar with seating, under-counter refrigerator, sink, and mounted television. Her bridge deck aft features a covered, starboard side dining area, as well as a free-standing chaise lounger. Further aft on the bridge deck is storage space for a tender or toys, with access to the water available via a 3200 lb crane, which is stored on the port side. Continuing up to the sun deck is a large, open Jacuzzi, which can easily accommodate 6 adult guests. The sun deck also features a second, fully equipped, driving station, as well as seating with unobstructed views. A large umbrella provides shade and an ice cooler with drain is located behind the driving station.
LADY KATH's engine control room is accessed via a door on the swim platform and provides excellent space for the engineer to perform maintenance as well as for the crew to store guest supplies and/or toys for a day at the beach or a day of water activities from the swim platform. The engineer's cabin is located to port in this space allowing for ease of maintenance and/or watch duties. The engine room is forward of the control room and provides plenty of deck space to comfortably access all machinery.
Fiberglass construction with composite core material in the hull, decks, and house.
Teak decks on swim platform, main deck aft, main deck side decks, and bridge deck aft.
Full IMRON 6000, Matterhorn white, paint job completed in 2014 by PT Yacht Painting at Derecktors, Dania, FL.
Bottom paint: (2) layers of anti-blister epoxy and (2) coats of Seahawk BioCopTF bottom paint in May 2019.
Length Overall: 128 feet (32.64 meters)
Beam: 26 feet (7.90 meters)
Minimum Draft: 6 feet 5 inches (1.95 meters)
Maximum Draft: 7 feet (2.13 meters)
Air Draft: 42 feet (12.80 meters)
Tonnage: 340 gross tons
Fuel Capacity: 8,000 US Gallons
Water Capacity: 1,000 US Gallons
Black Water Capacity: 500 US Gallons
Engine Type: (2) CAT 3412 E 1400 hp @ 2300RPM
Hours (as of 10/2019) Port: 6,277 Starboard: 6,297
New rod and main bearings at 4500 hours
Gearboxes: Twin Disc 3.48:1
Type: (4) Marine Air 5-ton chilled water system with sea water pumps (20-ton total)
Generators & Electricity
Generators: (2) Northern Lights 65 KW, 1800 RPM's
Generator hours: Port: 15,820 Starboard: 15,864
Shore Power: Hayak 65 KVA marine shore power converter
(2) 100 amp, 100' shore power cords with Glendenning reels in engine room Batteries:
(2) CHARLS 24V 25 amp battery banks for main engines
(2) CHARLS 12V 45 amp for generators
(1) 3-phase 12V, 40 amp for electronics
(2) 24V DC 60 amp for ship's service
Watermakers: Matrix Silver B, 4,400 gallons/day (2 Headhunter triple filtered faucets)
Stabilizers: Naiad stabilizers with 2 new fins and new seals; 19 square feet total surface area- new June 2019
Bow Thruster: Wesmar, 100hp, 20", stainless steel, dual prop hydraulic with 4-station controls
Fuel Filtration: (2) Racor fuel filters for each engine
(1) Racor fuel filter for each generator
Sewage System: (2) Headhunter potable water pressure pumps
Freshwater System: (2) Headhunter 220v AC pumps and pressure tank
(2) 60 gallon hot water tanks
Anchor Windlass: Maxwell hydraulic with vertical capstan
Anchor Chain: 400' of 5/8" galvanized steel chain
Anchor: (1) 150-kg Bruce polished stainless steel
Deck Capstans: (2) Maxwell 3500, hydraulic, swim platform
Underwater Lights: (4) SeaVision LED underwater lights across transom
Crane & Davits: Marquipt, 3200 lbs, port side upper boat deck aft
Maxwell 6000 lb hydraulic winch with devils claw, bow
Tender and Toy Fuel Tank: 100 US Gallon tank with hoze and nozzle located on swim platform
Boarding Stairs: Carbon fiber sea stairs
Showers: Hand-held, hot and cold water; swim platform
Misc. Anchor chain washdown system,
Dive Compressor: Baeur
Main Galley Equipment
Cooking Equipment: Kitchen-Aid 5-burner cooktop with exhaust hood (galley)
GE microwave/convection oven (galley)
GE oven (galley)
GE Profile Performance microwave/convection oven (sky lounge bar/galley)
Kitchen-Aid 4-burner cooktop with hood (sky lounge bar/galley)
Sharp microwave (crew mess)
Refrigeration & Freezer: Sub-Zero stainless steel refrigerator/freezer (galley)
U-line under counter refrigerator with ice maker (main salon bar)
GE Monogram under counter refrigerator (sky lounge bar/galley)
Whirlpool refrigerator/freezer/ice maker (crew mess)
Frigidare 14 cubic foot freezer (bosun's locker)
Dishwasher: Kitchen-Aid Superbra (galley)
Kitchen-Aid (sky lounge bar/galley)
Wine Cooler: Sub-Zero, undercounter fridge
Trash Compactor: Kitchen-Aid
Icemaker: Isomatic, engine control room
U-line (sky lounge galley)
Misc.: Lynx outdoor BBQ (bridge deck aft)
Washing Machines: (3) Bosch Axis stackable, (2) lower guest foyer and (1) crew quarters
Dryers: (3) Bosch Axis stackable, (2) lower guest foyer and (1) crew quarters
Misc.: Central Vacuum System with connections on main deck (2) and bridge deck (1)
CCTV System: Elbex CCTV system
Cameras: Main deck port and starboard and (2) engine room, aft deck, and radar arch looking aft
Door Alarm: Chimes on all exterior doors; not currently monitored but could be
Safe: (2) master stateroom and captain's cabin in forward crew area
Fire/Heat/Smoke Detectors: Throughout
Fire system: KIDDE Fenwal 114 lb Halon 1301 Engine room system
Fire Extinguishers: (11) ABC, (10) Halon
Fire pump: Draws seawater and supplies (2) deck mains with hoses and nozzles
Life rafts: (1) SeaSafe 8-person in valice; (1) SeaSafe 6-person in hard case
Life rings: (2) 24" throw rings with lines; 2 with lights
Life jackets: USCG approved adult and child life preservers with water lights
EPIRBS: (1) ACR Class 1
Telephone System: Panasonic/intercom 32-station phone system (Throughout yacht)
VHF: (2) ICOM IC-M604 VHF radios (Pilothouse)
Sea 235 HF/SSB radio (Pilothouse)
Satcom: Simrad H5-80 Satellite Compass (Pilothouse)
Ship's computer: HP with Asus monitor (Pilothouse)
Ship's printer: HP OfficeJet Pro 8600(Pilothouse)
Radar: (2) Furuno FR510 (Pilothouse)
Compass: Ritchie magnetic compass (Flybridge)
Simrad HS-80 Satellite compass (Pilothouse)
Gyrocompass: Robertson RG-10 (Pilothouse)
Robertson DR75 digital repeater (Flybridge)
Automatic Pilot: Simrad AP70 (Pilothouse)
Simrad QS80 (Flybridge)
GPS: Furuno GP150 GPS with receivers (Pilothouse)
AIS: Furuno FA-150 (Pilothouse)
Rudder Angle Indicator: (2) Simrad IS70 (Pilothouse and Flybridge)
Depth: (2) Seperate Furuno digital depth systems with speed (Pilothouse)
Wind: Airmar weathercaster with Furuno RD-30 Wind Speed and Direction (Pilothouse)
Misc.: Big Bay 19" Daylight Viewable LCD monitor, Bosch LCD camera monitor, Northcoast ship monitor for freshwater, black water, fire, high water, bilge, and tank alarms, ACR searchlight control. Kahlenburg air horn on the Flybridge (Pilothouse)
Both the Pilothouse and Flybridge are fully equipped with engine controls with start/stop switches, bow thruster controls, and Naiad stabilizer controls. Additionally, wing stations are located on the port and starboard sides, just outside the pilothouse.
VH-M5 Satellite TV System
(3) 40" Sony Bravia LCD flat screen TV's
(5) 20" Sony WEGA flat screen TV's
(1) 13" Sony WEGA flat screen TV
(4) LCD TV's
(1) 9" Sony Trinitron TV
(6) Sony VCR's (SLV-N70)
(1) Sony DVD/CD Player
(2) Sony 5-Disc CD Player's
(2) Sony DVD/CD Player's
(16) Interior overhead speakers connected to audio systems (2 in each stateroom)
(4) IO speakers connected to salon audio to augment a center Boston Acoustics speakers and DeltTech Pro Susb 100 10" subwoofer for surround sound
(4) IO speakers connected to master stateroom audio to augment a center Boston Acoustics speakers and DeltTech Pro Susb 100 10" subwoofer for surround sound
(4) IO speakers connected to skylounge audio to augment a center speaker and subwoofer for surround sound; 1 Bonson Acoustics center speaker
(4) IO speakers connected to crew lounge audio system
(2) IO speakers connected to skylounge audio system with volume control or use the dual-room/dual-source video and stereo audio output from the amp/receiver
(2) IO speakers connected to main salon audio system with volume control (starboard entry foyer)
(4) IO speakers connected to main salon audio system with volume control (main deck galley)
(2) IO speakers connected to master stateroom audio system control source and volume through receiver (port master head)
(2) IO speakers connected to master stateroom audio system control source and volume through receiver (stbd master head)
(4) Exterior speakers connected to flybridge audio system
(4) Exterior speakers connected to skylounge audio with volume control
(4) Exterior speakers connected to salon system with volume control
(1) Deltech Pro Susb 100 10" subwoofer
(6) Sony Amp/Receiver
The name "LADY KATH" is reserved and does not convey.
All owner's and crew's personal items.
A detailed list of exclusions will be provided at the time of sale, upon written request.
Specifications and details of this vessel are provided in good faith for informational purposes only. Data regarding the specifications, operating characteristics and condition of the vessel was obtained from sources believed reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, capacities, consumption and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided and agrees to instruct his agent or surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase. Vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price and inventory changes and withdrawal from market without notice.
Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker has been told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot and does not guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise, and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.