South Shore Road
Motor yacht Y42 is a luxury vessel available for charter vacations in the Mediterranean. Measuring 34.00m (111' 7") and previously known as Lady Elaine, she was built by the Canados shipyard in 2008 and refitted in 2019. Y42 offers accommodation for up to 10 guests in 5 cabins and has a professional crew of 5 on board.
The large lower deck swim platform is ideal as a sunbathing area close to the water, and is used for storing the tender while in transit. Two staircases lead to the main deck aft, where there is a sofa lining the stern, movable armchairs and a raised table for alfresco dining shaded by the bridge deck overhang. Side walkways lead around to the foredeck, where a broad sunbed covers the area in front of the Master suite.
The bridge deck aft is accessed via the interior raised pilothouse, and sun loungers are placed in the sunshine along the aft where they benefit from sweeping views of the surroundings. A Jacuzzi is placed amidships to port, and farther forward is a C-shaped sofa and raised table for alfresco dining shaded by the hardtop, which opens up at the touch of a button to let in the sunshine. A more casual lounging and dining area is placed adjacent, with a wet bar forward. The helm station forward provides a plush sofa for guests to sit in the sunshine while at anchor taking in the forward views.
The lower deck hosts the crew accommodation with space in the stern for storing the water toys. The guest accommodation is placed on the main deck with the Master suite being the most forward cabin, followed by the double and twin cabins and the main foyer amidships. The aft section contains the formal dining area forward consisting of a large circular dining table surrounded by seating, and the aft salon provides a long sofa against the port wall and a forward-facing C-shaped sofa and fabric-covered coffee table/foot rest to starboard.