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101' Lady Diane

Length OA 100'6" 30.63 m
Beam 21'0" 6.40 m
Draft 6'6" 1.98 m
Displacement (Dry) 100 tons 90,700 kg
Max. Speed 15 knots 27 kph
Cruise Speed 12 knots 22 kph
Fuel Capacity 3,500 gal 13,250 l
Water Capacity 1,300 gal 4,920 l
Year 1997
Listed US $5,999,000
Location Sidney, British Columbia
Hull Material Fiberglass
Engine Type Twin Diesel
Designer John Anderson
Engine(s) MAN
Engine(s) HP 800
Engine Model  


Among the most beautiful tri-deck motoryachts available for charter or personal use, the Lady Diane showcases the high-quality shipbuilding skills of LeClercq Marine's craftsmen. Delivered in 1997, this 101 foot motoryacht is the result of a comprehensive and painstaking design process that examined every need and nuance of life afloat. The result is a yacht with no excuses, a yacht that offers her guests every comfort and resource for exceptional carefree cruising.

Equally adept at family or corporate entertaining, Lady Diane's exceptional hand-crafted decor is matched by an innovative layout that provides numerous areas for socializing or private repose. The details unfold like rose petals. The huge hand-painted cupboard in the salon hides not only the entertainment electronics but also the dining salon from view. Hidden panels in the dining salon wall open to reveal a showplace galley where guests are welcome to watch the master chef at work.

All of Lady Diane's four staterooms are beautifully finished with elaborate attention to detail. The true luxury of these rooms can be found in their quiet and their spaciousness. Each stateroom has plenty of wardrobe space as well. Fine fabrics selected by designer Christine Hallen-Berg contribute to the cozy elegance of the rooms and provide each with its own distinct color scheme and flavor. Each stateroom has its own private bath with handsome color coordinated marble accents. There are also accommodations for a crew of up to five.



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The talents of professional lighting designer Tom Henderson are obvious throughout the yacht, with sophisticated layers of light for ambiance, for reading and for dramatic effect.

Hand-selected Honduras mahogany joinery forms the backdrop for the quietly elegant interiors on all three decks. Raised and fielded paneling adds to the yacht's Old World charm. Exquisite murals and furniture painting by Russell Blackburn reinforce the Mediterranean atmosphere.

Lady Diane's exceptional galley was designed with a special surprise in mind. Finished in the same high style as the rest of the yacht, it is an inviting place for guests to visit. Comfortable stools surround a center island created especially for cooking demonstrations, wine tastings or informal sampling and kibitzing with the chef.

Lady Diane is completely air conditioned and stabilized for your comfort. Accommodations include The aft deck features an eight-person Jacuzzi and there are full outdoor bars on the sun deck and flying bridge deck.

Entertainment electronics include: TV, VCR, stereo and Surround Sound. There is TV, VCR and stereo in all staterooms. Communications equipment includes: cellular telephone, SatCom, SSB, 2 computers with fax and internet capabilities. Sports equipment includes: two 35mph mopeds for shore excursions, eight sets of diving gear, 12 scuba tanks and dive compressor, two sea kayaks, two WaveRunners, two Nautica tenders, water skis, two wake boards, fishing gear, and an underwater video camera. Specifications and equipment subject to change.

photos by Neil Rabinowitz



Upper Deck

Main Deck

Lower Deck


101' Lady Diane



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