Trinity Yachts’ 49.9-metre superyacht Lady Sura has been handed over after successful sea trials in December. The steel and aluminium yacht benefits from a raised observation lounge forward on the main deck as part of the huge owner’s suite, with panoramic views out. The interior by Patrick Knowles Yacht Design incorporates anigre, mahogany and burl finishes. She’s a yacht with plenty of accommodation: as well as the master, there are three guest doubles and a twin on the lower deck, and a further double stateroom to starboard on the bridge deck.

With a superb outdoor dining area under the sundeck overhang on the bridge deck and plenty of places for guests to escape to on deck, she’s also a yacht with myriad choices. And she packs in plenty of cruising potential: the draught of just 2.4 metres means you can island-hop and explore harbours usually off-limits to a yacht this size. Lady Sura boasts a top speed of over 19 knots, with a 4,000-nautical-mile range at displacement speeds for extended cruising. Naval architecture is by Trinity Yachts and the build was managed by Jane Hardy of Peter Insull’s Yacht Marketing.