This was the second time Lady S has been on the move, the first being her transfer from Kaag to Amsterdam several weeks ago. This involved a delicate and carefully planned operation along the various waterways and bridges to accommodate a 14-metre beam.
As our roving reporter Suzanne reports in her latest vlog below, the transportation team had to leverage on many years of experience of moving a pristine, freshly painted superyacht through narrow spaces with just centimetres to spare. It’s all pretty cool as you will see.
It’s fair to say that the captain and crew of Lady S found the sea trials much more fun as their powerful vessel was let off the leash for the first time on the open waters of the North Sea. As this image shows, she made for an impressive sight.