LADY JANET evolved from Christensen's very successful 157' series and features a full-beam master stateroom, five guest staterooms, several dining and entertaining areas, and a vast flybridge with all four decks serviced by elevator. The cherry wood interior with marble floors and granite counters winning interior designer. LADY JANET has the pedigree to is the outstanding work of Carol Williamson, an award-perform as a charter or private yacht, accommodating 12 or more guests (when using her Pullman berths). Among other notable features, LADY JANET has a bulbous bow that improves pitch and efficiency and was designed and tank tested at the Webb Institute of Naval Architecture. She also can be adapted to carry a helicopter if necessary as the deck structure in Christensen’s 157' series anticipates this as an option. In the last several years, LADY JANET has been updated in numerous ways with new carpets, soft goods and electronics—including new HD TV's, installed with a kaleidoscope, Crestron and iPad control system—and 16 TV satellite receiver units. Her NAIAD stabilizer system has been upgraded for at anchor/zero speed stabilization and her MTU engines received a 4000 hour check and tune up. In the summer of 2013 LADY JANET performed flawlessly on an 8,000 nautical mile trip to the Great Lakes via the East Coast and onto the Saint Lawrence Seaway and Welland Canal. LADY JANET enjoys American Bureau Shipping Classification (ABS + A1-AMS) and MCA Compliance.