INSTANT QUOTE
Base rate $47,000
Per week | Plus Expenses

LADY COPE

Stock# 5275
Builder
Princess, UK
Length
98.0
Year
2012
Refit
2016
Crew
4
Staterooms
4
Sleeps
8
Winter Location
Bahamas

Configuration

Cabin(s)
Sleeps 8
Staterooms 4
King(s) 2
Queen(s) 1
Twin(s) 1
Amenities
Jacuzzi Yes
Helicopter Pad No

Technical

Dimensions
LOA 98 Feet
Beam 23 Feet
Maximum draft 6.5 Feet
Performance
Cruising Speed 12
Maximum Speed 26
Engines
Details Engines: 2 x MTU 16V2000 M94 @2,637 hp each

Generators: 2 x Onan 40kW each

Fuel
Details 35
Water Sports
Scuba Yacht offers Rendezvous Diving only
Snorkel Gear Yacht offers Rendezvous Diving only
Adult Water Skis Yes
Kids Water Skis no
Knee Board no
Wind Surfer no
Tube Yes
Scurfer no
Wake Board Yes
1 Person Kayak no
2 Person Kayak no
Float Mats no
Fishing Gear Yes
Motorized
Tender 29' Everglades Center Console
Tender Horsepower Twin Yamaha 300hp
Tender Pax no
Jet Ski no
Waverunner 2
Extra Toys
Other Toys 29' Everglades center console w/ twin Yamaha 300hp, setup with fishing gear.
2 x 2 person wave runners. 1 - Yamaha & 1 - Sea Doo
2 x Inflatable Paddle boards
1 x Inflatable Slide
1 x Tube
2 x Adult wakeboards
1 x Adult waterskies
1 x Inflatable Floating Island for 8
Snorkeling Gear
Beach Games; Bocchi ball, beach toys, etc.
Beach Set Up

The spacious main aft deck is fitted with a seating area, a bar and a fold down 46″ Sun Brite TV. Moving forward through the sliding doors to the main salon area, the large wrap around sofa is on the port side with the entertainment center, including a 55″ Samsung HD TV with DirecTV, BOSE Sound Touch surround system to starboard. Forward is the formal dining area for seating up to 8 guests. The large well equipped galley opens up to the pilothouse.

Below is the four staterooms. The Master with a queen berth and a large ensuite bath that includes a tub, walk-in shower and double vanity. The VIP, located forward with a queen berth. Port guest stateroom is fitted with a queen berth. Starboard guest is fitted with side by side twin berths. All three guest staterooms are also ensuite.

Sun deck is complete in every respect with comfortable dining for 8 guests, wet bar, HDTV with entertainment center, sliding sun roof, Jacuzzi for 6 and custom sun pads.

Other Entertainment:

Crew Profile

Captain Name: Ben Siek

Captain Nationality: American

Number of Crew: 4

Captain Ben Seik – American

Benjamin (Ben) was born and raised in the lakes region of New Hampshire, joining the yachting industry a couple years after completing his education in 2010. Growing up around the water and keeping an adventurous lifestyle throughout the mountains, Ben has a firm connection to the water and all things outdoors. He became a captain at the age of 28 on board 85ft Pacific Mariner, Reflections and has been on board Motor Yacht Lady Cope since May 2017. He has traveled independently through the U.S., Canada, and Central America while pursuing his interests of returning to visit the four seasons of New England, skiing and snowmobile adventuring, boating and hiking the Appalachians. He enjoys all water sports especially snorkeling, waterskiing, and wakeboarding and plans to learn kite surfing in the near future. He takes great pride in his professional role so that guests can be assured of their safety, comfort and peace of mind while aboard Lady Cope. Ben’s aim is to make sure your experience onboard is unforgettable, whether your desire is to visit natural wonders, see ancient ruins, or sunbathe on secluded beaches. In his spare time Ben enjoys exploring new places on his road bike, planning an afternoon adventure on the water, sightseeing cities and trying new restaurants.

Chef / Stew – Caroline Ford

Caroline Ford was born and raised in Oklahoma. After receiving a journalism degree from the University of Missouri, she hopped across the country to attend culinary school in Portland, Oregon. Spoiled by one of the best food scenes in the country, this is where her appreciation (obsession?) for sourcing the best ingredients from regional farmers and producers began. Prior to yachting, Caroline worked as a food stylist, writer, and recipe tester/developer for magazines, cookbooks, online media, advertising, and test kitchens.

Restless on land, she eventually made her way to the ocean to cook while traveling. Caroline prefers cooking from-scratch cuisine with local, seasonal ingredients and creates menus focused on fresh vegetables, fish, meat, and whole grains. Of course, all that “healthy” eating is balanced by plenty of morning pastries, homemade ice cream, breads, and desserts. Caroline is happy to accommodate any special diets/requests/preferences, and tailors the menu to each client.

In her free time, Caroline enjoys road cycling with Ben, traveling to new places, researching and exploring local food traditions and specialties, kayaking, hiking, and reading.

Mate – Tom Costanza

Tom grew up on the water and on boats. He attended school in South Florida where he gained his offshore experience. Tom’s career started on a 1969 Huckins 80-foot Sportfish (he loves the classics!). He spent time in Scrub Island as a charter Boat Captain, providing Island hopping and snorkeling charters. Tom also spent time in the French West indies working as a utility boat Captain transporting camera, production and TV crew. Prior to Lady Cope, Tom was Mate/Engineer on the 101 foot Hargrave “Solo Tu”. Tom has traveled the Caribbean, including a residency in The British Virgin Islands as well as St. Thomas, St Maarten, St. Barth’s and Anguilla.
Tom’s passions include all things on the water, especially Diving as well as offshore and inshore Fishing/Spearfishing.

Stew / Deck – Freelance