LADY CAROLINE

110 AvA Yachts 2021


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Specifications

Length: 110' (33.53m)
Builder: AvA Yachts
Model: Kando 110
Category: Motor Yachts
Beam: 25' 7"
Max Draft: 8' 4"
Engines: 2
Manufacturer: Volvo Penta
Engine Model: D16MH
Horsepower: 650
Fuel Type: Diesel
Fuel Capacity: 12,680 gallons
Wtr Capacity: 1453 gallons
Location: Fort Lauderdale Florida United States
Price: $8,900,000.00

General Description

Keel was laid in 2016 and the Jamaican Registry states 2016 build year. First commissioned by shipyard in 2019. Recommissioned for first owner Oct 2022.

Classification: BV Maltese Cross – Hull and • Machinery; Yacht-Motors; All Oceans

Year built: July 28, 2021 according to BV classification papers; however, keel was laid in 2016, first launched in 2019.


Keel was laid in 2016 and the Jamaican Registry states 2016 build year. First commissioned by shipyard in 2019. Recommissioned for first owner Oct 2022.

Classification: BV Maltese Cross – Hull and • Machinery; Yacht-Motors; All Oceans

Year built: July 28, 2021 according to BV classification papers; however, keel was laid in 2016, first launched in 2019.

LADY CAROLINE can be boarded via the wide swim platform or via recently added bulwark doors both port and starboard via a Marquipt Tide Ride ladder.

The Aft Deck has abundant fixed and loose seating around a fixed table aft. To starboard is a walk-behind bar, to port curved steps to the upper deck. Centered are electrically operated sliding doors into the salon. Entering between port and starboard cabinets is the newly installed cylindrical two-deck elevator. Further forward and separating the area from the dining salon is a full height centered TV cabinet with a 65” TV. Ample storage is to both port and starboard.

Going forward are the newly redesigned steps up to the Skylounge and below to the accommodations. Further forward is a large Day Head and the companionway to the full beam Master with a king size berth, large ensuite head with a shower and a tub and huge hull side windows for an unparalleled view at sea.

To port on the main deck is a full Galley with access to a private cabin on the lower deck in the bow. Fitted out as a sixth ensuite cabin, this cabin could be used for crew as needed.

The main lower deck accommodations can be reached from the starboard side companionway and the newly redesigned stairs. Below deck are four cabins with athwartship queen ensuite cabins aft and two double ensuite cabins forward.

The upper deck is reached via the same redesigned staircase. Starting forward is the large pilothouse with a reverse windshield, single Captain’s cabin, a Day Head with a shower. 

Next aft is the full beam Skylounge with nearly floor to ceiling windows, a 74” TV forward, an L-shaped lounge, a walk-behind bar and the upper elevator landing.

Aft and outside in the area normally reserved for the boat deck (tender stored on bow) is a large partially shaded deck with loose seating.

Curved steps lead to the Flybridge with a jacuzzi and sunpad aft, walk-behind bar to port, dining to starboard, additional seating and a starboard side helm. 

NOTE: At a 320 gross tonnage volume, LADY CAROLINE offers the interior and exterior spaces of a yacht in the 130-135’ size range.

Entered via the automatic counter balanced glass entry doors, there is a small marble sole entry area for shoes that transitions into the Wenge wood sole that continues throughout the main and upper-level decks.

To starboard is a high gloss wood two drawer chest. Opposite is a matching single drawer chest and the newly installed Savaria glass tube 2 deck elevator with a 500 lb. capacity.

Next forward are two L-shaped settees (new 3/23) with matching stainless and glass coffee tables.

Centered is a room divider that has a pop-up 65” Samsung TV, high gloss wood, stainless steel, stone and leather add a nice decorative touch to the area. Also in this area are sheer drapes on the aft door, electric wood blinds on the house side windows, a five-channel stereo system, nine overhead LED lights and a smoke/fire sensor.

Next forward from the salon is the dining salon separated only by the room divider which when the TV is down allows an open area between two columns.

Forward of the room divider is the large stone dining table with eight chairs set upon the Wenge sole. Forward an upholstered bulkhead with stainless steel artwork flanking pocket doors to the galley port and accommodation foyer starboard.

The port side of the table outboard are four cabinets and three drawers. To starboard are matching cabinets but with two as glass front drinking glass cabinets either side of a glass front wine cooler.

Over the table is a multi-bulb light fixture, eight overhead LED lights and a smoke/fire sensor.

Next forward to starboard is the accommodation foyer with a side deck entry pantograph door, day head and the newly designed stairs to the Skylounge above and the accommodations below. By adding extra steps and changing the direction of the steps below, the owner modified the builder’s design for a more comfortable experience.

Forward to starboard is the entrance to the Master Suite.

Forward and inboard in the entry foyer is an unusually large Day Head. A Jets head sits upon a stone sole. The stone topped vanity has two drawers below and an above center china sink with a mirror above and accent lighting either side. A hidden panel gives an escape route from the forward lower cabin.

Behind a hinged door to starboard from the entry foyer is the large private Master Suite. A long companionway with large hull side windows with electrically operated wood blinds, four drawers and a desk area are outboard. Above are five hinged storage lockers.

Next forward behind a hinged door is the Master Suite. The Wenge wood sole continues into this cabin from the aft entry door. The king size berth is on centerline with two drawers and LED rope lighting below. The berth has an upholstered headboard and an acrylic wall décor above. Either side are sconce lights set into detailed joinery. A wood ceiling treatment above the berth mimics the shape and size of the berth. The berth itself has an adjustable mattress.

On the port outboard side of the cabin are a series of six cabinets and six drawers that wrap around to form a nightstand. Above is a padded leather area with huge hull side windows to offer amazing vistas at sea. Full and sheer drapes operate electrically.

The starboard side mimics the port but with a raised vanity in place of one of the cabinets. Aft is a 55” Samsung TV between two backlit stone panels with two drawers and two cabinets below. To starboard is the entrance to the Master Head. To port is a very large walk-in locker with two double and two single autolit hanging lockers, several drawers and two pull out show lockers. 

Also in the Master are overhead LED lights and strip lights, digital A/C controls, a custom rug around the berth, a full-size dressing mirror, stereo speakers and a smoke/fire sensor and fire alarm horn.

The Master Head has a stone sole, a large clear glass shower with both an overhead rain fixture and a handheld or wall mountable fixture, a large custom Jacuzzi spa tub, a Jets toilet and a matching bidet. The vanity has two drawers below, a stone top and two above counter china sinks.   Above the vanity is mirrored with two sliding medicine cabinet doors.

Also in the head is a heated towel rack, steps to the Jacuzzi, eight overhead LED lights, sconce lights and a stereo speaker. Large hull side windows have electric Roman style shades as needed.

Forward to port from the dining room behind a hinged door is the yacht’s galley.

Features include:

  • Wenge wood sole
  • Side deck pantograph door
  • Stone countertops
  • Dumb waiter to flybridge
  • Siemens stainless steel side-by-side refrigerator/freezer
  • Siemens microwave oven
  • Siemens built-in wall coffee center
  • Siemens wall oven
  • Siemens six burner glass cooktop
  • Siemens stainless steel dishwasher
  • Under counter stainless steel sink
  • Mini blinds on side windows
  • Cooktop vent with light
  • (12) large cabinet doors
  • (4) large drawers
  • LED overhead strip lights
  • (4) overhead LED lights
  • Smoke/fire sensor
  • Fire alarm horn
  • Digital A/C control


Via a hinged door in the galley and down nine steps with strip lights, storage below and behind a watertight bulkhead door is the Forward Cabin.

* Of note is the emergency escape door from the other lower cabins leading into the forward stairs to the Galley.

Finished to the level of all "LADY CAROLINE’s" guest cabins she can be used as a sixth guest cabin or if the yacht charters, a double crew cabin.

Upon entering there is a three door auto lit hanging locker with one door full length, the other two half-length with three drawers below.

Going forward to starboard is a chest of three drawers followed by a hinged top vanity with a stool. Above are two fiddled shelves and two large cabinets.

The berths are over wide single berths in a vee shape. A padded headboard, two reading lights and mirrored panels that open for storage are above the berth.

To both port and starboard on the hull sides are fixed deadlights with wood blinds and additional storage.

Aft to port is the ensuite Head.

Also in the cabin is LED rope lighting around the upper and lower perimeter of the cabin, five LED light fixtures, additional LED strip lighting, a carpeted sole, a 40” Samsung TV, stereo speakers and a smoke/fire detector.

Behind a hinged door is the private guest Head with a stone sole, a Jets toilet, heated towel bar, a vanity with storage below and a china sink set upon a stone vanity top.

Above the vanity are two mirrored medicine cabinet doors.

The stall shower has clear glass sides, a shelf, deadlight, rain style and handheld fixtures, and an exhaust fan.

Also in the Head are (3) LED light fixtures.

From the entry lobby there are nine timber steps leading below. A 2022 redesign by the current owners made the stairs much more convenient to use. A leather handrail and glass sides at the bottom four steps were added during the refit of the central stairs.

At the bottom of the stairs on the Wenge sole are entrances to four guest suites. Two queen suites aft and two double suites forward.

This area has LED lighting, a smoke/fire sensor, a fire alarm and a hatch to the large central bilge.

Entered from the forward end, a queen size berth lies athwartships off the outboard bulkhead. Four drawers and LED rope lighting are under the berth. Forward of the berth is a vanity with stool also serving as a nightstand. Aft of the berth is a floating nightstand with a drawer. Twin reading lights are in the upholstered headboard.

Above the berth are two lockers flanking two rectangular deadlights covered with wood miniblinds as needed.

Inboard and aft is a double door hanging locker with 3 drawers within.

Also in the cabin is a carpeted sole, digital A/C controls, stereo speakers, LED rope lighting around a ceiling soffit, (5) LED light fixtures and LED strip lights in the overhead.

A smoke/fire sensor is above and decorative strip lighting on the forward bulkhead offers attractive night lighting.

At the foot of the berth on the inboard bulkhead is a Samsung 40” TV.

An aft door from the cabin leads to a private Head with a stone sole, Jets toilet, a high gloss vanity with two drawers below and a ceramic sink set upon a stone vanity top. The entire bulkhead above the vanity is mirrored. Outboard are two open fiddled shelves and a deadlight with miniblind. The stall shower has a clear glass door and sidelight, a rain type shower head as well as a handheld fixture.

Also in the Head is a heated towel bar, two lights and an exhaust fan.

Entered from the forward end, a queen size berth lies athwartships off the outboard bulkhead. Four drawers and LED rope lighting are under the berth. Forward of the berth is a vanity with stool also serving as a nightstand. Aft of the berth is a floating nightstand with a drawer. Twin reading lights are in the upholstered headboard.

Above the berth are two lockers flanking two rectangular deadlights covered with wood miniblinds as needed.

Inboard and aft is a double door hanging locker with 3 drawers within.

Also in the cabin is a carpeted sole, digital A/C controls, stereo speakers, LED rope lighting around a ceiling soffit, (5) LED light fixtures and LED strip lights in the overhead.

A smoke/fire sensor is above and decorative strip lighting on the forward bulkhead offers attractive night lighting.

At the foot of the berth on the inboard bulkhead is a Samsung 40” TV.

An aft door from the cabin leads to a private Head with a stone sole, Jets toilet, a high gloss vanity with two drawers below and a ceramic sink set upon a stone vanity top. The entire bulkhead above the vanity is mirrored. Outboard are two open fiddled shelves and a deadlight with miniblind. The stall shower has a clear glass door and sidelight, a rain type shower head as well as a handheld fixture.

Also in the Head is a heated towel bar, two lights and an exhaust fan.

The port side double cabin is entered from the aft end. The double berth is off the outboard bulkhead.

Inboard is a single drawer floating nightstand, outboard is a small shelf. Below the berth are two drawers. The headboard is upholstered flanked by two reading lights. Above is a full beam mirror that wraps around to the inboard side.

Inboard is a two door auto lit hanging locker with three drawers within.

Outboard are double rectangular deadlights with wood blinds and cabinets on either side. Below are two lockers and two hinged storage cuddies.

Aft is a dressing vanity and stool.

Also in the cabin is a 40” Samsung TV, stereo speakers, smoke/fire sensor, (4) LED light fixtures, LED strip lights and rope lighting under the berth and in a 360º soffit around the perimeter of the cabin.

The private Head entrance is aft.

The port side double cabin Head has a stone sole with a Jets toilet.

The high gloss vanity has open storage below, a stone top with a china sink above including two mirrored medicine cabinets, an open shelf and a deadlight behind miniblinds.

The stall shower has a curved double door, a rain style fixture and a handheld fixture.  Also in the Head are two overhead LED lights and an exhaust fan. 

The port side double cabin is entered from the aft end. The double berth is off the outboard bulkhead.

Inboard is a single drawer floating nightstand, outboard is a small shelf. Below the berth are two drawers. The headboard is upholstered flanked by two reading lights. Above is a full beam mirror that wraps around to the inboard side.

Inboard is a two door auto lit hanging locker with three drawers within.

Outboard are double rectangular deadlights with wood blinds and cabinets on either side. Below are two lockers and two hinged storage cuddies.

Aft is a dressing vanity and stool.

Also in the cabin is a 40” Samsung TV, stereo speakers, smoke/fire sensor, (4) LED light fixtures, LED strip lights and rope lighting under the berth and in a 360º soffit around the perimeter of the cabin.

The private Head entrance is aft.

Inboard and forward is an emergency escape into the forward cabin stair area, exiting either the Galley or Day Head.

The port side double cabin Head has a stone sole with a Jets toilet.

The high gloss vanity has open storage below, a stone top with a china sink above including two mirrored medicine cabinets, an open shelf and a deadlight behind miniblinds.

The stall shower has a curved double door, a rain style fixture and a handheld fixture.

Also in the Head are two overhead LED lights and an exhaust fan.

Huge by any standards the Pilothouse offers a five-panel reverse windshield, port and starboard pantograph wing door and a centered helm.

To both port and starboard aft are chart flats. The port side has six drawers and two cabinets that house the yacht’s manuals. The starboard side is set up as a Nav station with a seat and a large chart drawer below. Aft is a raised two-person observation seat.

Centered is a Besenzoni electrically operated helm seat. Above are stereo speakers, 11 LED red/white lights and a smoke/fire sensor. The sole is stained Wenge Wood. Six large doors under the helm lead to a large doghouse with electronics, breakers, A/C etc. with low level lighting in toe kick and handrails at dash.

Helm equipment includes:

  • (4) 24” monitors for cameras, Nav electronics and Boning ship’s data
  • Furuno RCU-014 keypad and track ball
  • Furuno BNWAS alarm panel
  • Furuno Navtex 700A
  • Furuno SAT compass SC-702
  • Furuno 4” repeater
  • Furuno AIS FA-170
  • Furuno GPS Navigator GP-170
  • Simrad AP 70 autopilot
  • (2) Volvo Penta analog engine gauge sets
  • (2) Volvo Penta digital engine gauges
  • (2) Volvo key start/stop switches
  • (2) Volvo Penta alarm panels
  • (2) Kohler generator LCD full gauge panels
  • DATA steering system control panel and helm wheel
  • DATA non-follow-up joystick
  • Volvo binnacle engine controls
  • SidePower integrated bow and stern thruster controls
  • (2) windlass controls
  • FLIR night vision control
  • (2) Furuno GMDSS Inmarsat, SATCOM communication screens and keyboards
  • Ritchie 4” magnetic compass
  • DATA rudder angle indicator
  • Stabilizer controls
  • Kahlenberg air horn control panel
  • Time zero navigation software
  • (2) Furuno VHF’s model FM4721
  •  Wiper controls
  • Sanshin searchlight controls
  • Furuno FAR 2117 12 kW radar scanner
  • Furuno 6 Kw open array radar 

Also in the Pilothouse is a Boning Nav light back-up control, fire system panel and access to the private Captain’s cabin.

Pocket door at aft end of Pilothouse

Aft to port is a private Captain’s cabin one step down from the Pilothouse. Outboard is an oversize single berth with an upholstered headboard. Also in the cabin is a two-door hanging locker, mirrors above the headboard, a house side window with blinds and a Wenge Wood floor with accent lighting around the berth. A pocket door offers privacy.

Aft of the Pilothouse are two cabinets, housing an electric locker and with a glass front the yacht’s audio video distribution cabinet. Next aft are the newly designed stairs from the entrance lobby. Opposite is the Day Head which doubles as the Captain’s head. The Jets head sits upon a stone sole. The vanity has an above counter sink flanked by two storage lockers. Above the sink is a house side window with miniblinds.

Forward is a clear glass shower door with both a rain type showerhead above and a handheld or wall mountable fixture. This head has ample LED lighting, an A/C vent, and a towel heater.

A sliding pocket door gives access to the immense full beam Skylounge. Ten nearly full height windows offer excellent views as well as great ambient lighting.

Forward behind a smoked glass mirror is a 74” Samsung TV. Facing the TV is a new moss green leather sectional to seat 5-6 people. Three seats have electric recliners. To starboard is a round stone table with four leather chairs.

Aft to port is the newly installed elevator to the main deck.

Aft to starboard is a two-level stone and glass walk behind bar, two leather bar stools, an Isotherm stainless steel icemaker, two cabinets, a stainless steel bar sink and a glass front wine cooler facing forward.

Also in this area is a five-channel speaker system powered by a Denon integrated network receiver, 17 overhead LED lights, perimeter and LED strip lighting and a smoke fire sensor.

The sole is Wenge wood.

Just aft of the Skylounge is an open area made available by having the tender on the bow. This area has teak decking, a railing with dark glass inserts around the steps from the aft deck and opposite ten floating teak and stainless steps to the Flybridge. A generous FB overhang gives shade to approaching 50% of this area.

Three teak sun lounges and two chairs offer accommodations. Also in this area are two stereo speakers, 6 overhead LED lights, 8 bulwark lockers, aft stainless steel flag staff, (2) 10-man Viking life rafts mounted outboard, low level courtesy lights and a carbon fiber railing with tinted glass section aft.

Entry to the Skylounge is via an electrically operated twin counter balanced glass entry door.

Starting forward on the upper most deck an occasional Helm is to starboard.

Helm equipment includes:

  • 16” Furuno plotter/radar with separate rotary control
  • 16” Boning ship’s monitor panel
  • DATA Helm wheel
  • Furuno handset style VHF
  • Simrad AP70 Autopilot
  • (2) Volvo tach, alarm panel, key switches and engine monitor
  • Rudder angle indicator
  • Volvo binnacle control for engines
  • DATA Steering Joystick
  • SidePower bow and stern thruster controls
  • Covers for helm (new 3/23)
  • (2) helm seats with folding bases as leaning posts with a weather cover

Other Features:

  • Teak decking
  • Large dumb waiter from galley
  • (4) stereo speakers
  • 52” Samsung TV comes down from overhead with remote control
  • Glass Venturi windscreen
  • Port and starboard L-shaped seats forward
  • Starboard side built-in U-shaped seating for 6-8 people
  • (3) loose chairs around a large, varnished wood table with cover

Port side two level walk behind bar with glass front wine cooler, stone top, two Siemens glass cooktops, Isotherm stainless steel icemaker and refrigerator with two storage cabinets and a large stainless steel sink.

Next aft is a teak sole shower area. Further aft is a large 4-6 person Jacuzzi with a glass wall aft. Either side of the Jacuzzi are removable sunpads. All around is a carbon fiber railing.

The entire bridge, except for the hot tub and aft sunpad area, is covered with a carbon fiber hardtop with eight stainless steel support poles and numerous LED lights.

Nearly 37’ long by 18’ wide, a carbon fiber hardtop provides much needed shelter from the sun.

Equipment on the hardtop includes:

  • Very large FRP mast w/two radar mounts, primary and back up navigation lights, flag halyards and side wings for the (2) SAT domes and a s/s rung type ladder for access to the equipment.
  • (2) KVH SAT domes, TracVision TV8, and TracVision M9
  • Furuno SAT compass sensor
  • Furuno 6’ open array scanner
  • Furuno 4’ NXT open array scanner
  • (2) Furuno GPS sensors
  • Garmin GPS Sensor
  • Navtex receiver
  • Airmar weather sensor
  • (2) Furuno GMDSS antennas
  • FLIR camera
  • Sanshin LED remote control searchlights
  • Glomex over the air TV antenna
  • (4) VHF antenna (4’)
  • (3) VHF antenna (4’)
  • Dual trumpet horns
  • (2) LED mast lights


  •  Raised bulwarks with ample freeing ports
  • (4) bollard style cleats with rollers in freeing ports
  • (2) DATA HIDROLIK hydraulic windlasses
  • (2) galvanized steel 660lb. Danforth style anchors: 

       -Port with 322’ of galvanized anchor chain

      -Stbd with 200’ of galvanized anchor chain

  • Sea water washdown for anchor system
  • Doggable chain locker hatch
  • Teak decking 15mm (when new) two steps down to windlass working area
  • Stainless steel trays for windlass working area
  • (10) Hinged storage lockers on lower foredeck area
  • Stainless steel bow pennant staff
  • (6) stainless deck drains
  • Stainless steel handrails
  • Deck level LED courtesy lights
  • Anchor ball stainless steel stanchion mount


  • Raised bulwarks with double stainless steel handrails
  • 15mm teak decking
  • Opacmare 550kg (1210 lbs.) Knuckle tender crane
  • (8) hinged side deck lockers
  • Escape hatch from master cabin
  • Custom tender cradle
  • (6) tie downs for tender and cradle
  • Low level LED deck lighting


  • 2018 Williams 520 Jet tender with 30 hours
  • 5.19m 18’ seven passenger
  • Tender cover


  • Raised bulwarks
  • Six panel, reverse windshield at Pilothouse
  • (4) pantograph windshield wipers
  • Black Textilene windshield cover
  • Low level LED courtesy lights
  • Stainless steel deck drains

Port and starboard wing controls with hinged cover with:

  • Engine controls, engine gauges, tachometer, rudder angle indicator Jog steering and thruster control
  • (2) Pantograph Pilothouse doors
  • (9) steps port and starboard to lower side decks


  • Covered side decks
  • Teak 15mm decking
  • Overhead LED lighting
  • Flush house side windows
  • Port side Galley entrance pantograph door
  • Starboard side lobby entrance pantograph door
  • New style Marquipt storage posts port side
  • Stainless steel deck drains
  • Low level LED deck lights
  • 2 pair of stainless steel bollard style spring line cleats
  • Double stainless steel side deck rails
  • Port and stbd side fire stations with hoses
  • Port side “at sea” engine room entrance via pantograph door
  • Port and stbd side deck hinged gates and rails with Marquipt mounts, doors added 2022
  • Starboard side sink cabinet
  • Starboard side Engine Room emergency escape hatch
  • Port and starboard side deck cameras
  • 7 step 26” wide Marquipt Tide Ride ladder (new 2023)
  • (2) port and (2) starboard LED flood lights
  • (5) port and (5) starboard LED emergency flood lights that illuminate dock
  • BV Class approved sail track added for house side access in bosuns chair-2/24


  • Teak decking 15mm
  • Raised bulwarks port and starboard with DATA hydraulic warping windlass with foot switches and large bollards with fairleads and hawse pipes down to swim deck level
  • Port and starboard steps to swim platform with hinged stainless steel gates
  • Built-in seating for 8-10 with two loose chairs and a fixed table with removable center seating and cover
  • Curved stainless and teak nine step stairs to the bridge deck aft
  • (2) stainless steel support poles
  • Stereo speakers
  • (16) overhead LED lights
  • Low level LED deck lighting
  • Walk behind two-level bar with stone top and drink fridge, stainless steel sink and a storage cabinet
  • Electric counter balanced door with stainless front for salon entry
  • Stainless steel deck drains
  • Port side steps are part of the custom passerelle unique to AvA Yachts
  • Aft facing camera
  • (4) aft facing LED flood lights


  • (4) teak steps to swim platform each with a step light
  • 7’ teak swim platform (front to back)
  • (7) removable stainless steel hoop rails
  • Folding 8 step stainless steel swim ladder - removes for storage
  • Pantograph door into crew area/engine room
  • Cabinet stbd side with shower connection
  • Electric locker with 100 amp Glendinning Cablemaster (new 6/23) and secondary 100 amp cable inlet (new 6/23)
  • (2) Pop-up fender cleats
  • Stainless steel deck drains


Entered via a 5-foot pantograph centerline door, the Lazarette is four steps down and has a planked wood sole.

To starboard is the brand-new Atlas shore power system, bilge access outboard, and forward are a pair of Siemens washers (2) and dryers (2), a two door cabinet stores laundry soap. A dedicated A/C handler cools this area.

To port in an area vacated by the European electrical system transformer is an 8-drawer tool chest and the 380-volt pump start cabinets. Aft is the yacht’s emergency steering gear with a 14” stainless steel wheel, rudder angle indicator and Furuno data gauge.

Forward through a newly installed watertight door and bulkhead is the Crew Area and Engine Room access.

Generous in size, the aft Crew Area contains a central Galley and dinette area including the following features:

  • Wood planked sole
  • Stone countertop
  • Stainless steel undermount sink
  • Siemens wall oven
  • Siemens 4 burner glass top cooktop
  • Exhaust fan with work light
  • Siemens dishwasher
  • Siemens stainless steel fridge/freezer
  • 2 lacquered cabinets
  • 3 lacquered drawers
  • L-shaped Settee for (4) with storage below
  • Wood tabletop with stainless steel base
  • Fire alarm panel
  • Boning touchscreen alarm/monitor panel
  • Nine wood steps and railing to portside deck entrance
  • Watertight engine room door
  • Fixed deadlight to port with open shelves
  • Fire alarm horn
  • Smoke/fire detector
  • 40” Samsung TV
  • 2 Stereo speakers
  • Two Crew Double Cabins to starboard
  • Crew Head to port


Outboard are two oversized berths with padded hull sides and three drawers below. The upper berth has two open shelves, a deadlight and wood miniblinds. Each berth has a reading light.

Next inboard is a desk/vanity with stool. Further inboard is a double door auto lit mirrored hanging locker with four drawers within.

Unusually large, the cabin has an abundance of floor space.

The Crew Head has a stone sole, a raised Jets toilet, a vanity with a large drawer below the stone top with a china sink mounted above. A two-door mirrored medicine cabinet is next above. The stall shower has a two-side glass enclosure, a seat, a deadlight with miniblinds, a rain type and handheld shower fixture.

Also in the Head are 3 LED lights and a heated towel rack.

Outboard are two oversized berths with padded hull sides and three drawers below. The upper berth has two open shelves, a deadlight and wood miniblinds. Each berth has a reading light.

Next inboard is a desk/vanity with stool. Further inboard is a double door auto lit mirrored hanging locker with four drawers within.

Unusually large, the cabin has an abundance of floor space.

  • 2 Volvo Penta D-16MH 650hp @1800 RPM
  • (2) ZF 665 gear boxes 2.593 to 1 ratio
  • AISI 316L stainless steel 4” prop shafts
  • DATA HIDROLIK steering gear
  • SidePower SH1000 bow thruster 740Kg-f
  • SidePower SAC600 400 Volt stern thruster
  • Sleipner fin stabilizers, SPS94 actuator 1.65 sq meter fins 200 speed functionality
  • Sleipner hydraulic powerpack system with electrically driven pump and (2) PTO pumps off main engines for stabilizers, bow thruster, windlass’s and warping capstans
  • 250,000 BTU Webasto heat and cool chilled water air conditioning
  • Digital Webasto control panel in Engine Room
  • Webasto make up air unit on Skylounge Deck
  • Tecnicomar Ecomar 20 waste treatment system 2cbm/day (Serviced 6/23)
  • Sea Recovery Aqua-Matic 92 GPH water maker with auto flush option
  • Alpha Laval fuel separator MIB303 (Serviced 6/23)
  • Vulkan shaft couplers
  • Central vacuum cleaner
  • Rockwool engine room insulation
  • Novec fixed fire system in engine room
  • All new aluminum deck plates in engine room, 2022
  • CuNiFe sea water cooling pipes
  • Double Racor fuel filters on main engines with vacuum gauges
  • (1) 40-gallon Torrid water heater (6/23)
  • (1) 30-gallon Torrid water heater (6/23)
  • (2) Shelves over engine railings
  • (8) Drawer tool chest over port engine
  • (4) Engine Room cameras
  • Fuel tank manifold w/ 6 gate valve and (2) TF Marine 230v transfer pumps
  • LED overhead lights
  • Gen Clean-Global filters, exhaust filter for stbd. Generator
  • Exhaust/gas separators for both generators
  • (2) Jets toilet pumps
  • 230 volt house water pump
  • Expansion tank for water system
  • 10 compartment bilge suction pump system with (2) 9.2 kW 230 volt pumps for bilge/fire system
  • Emergency ER escape hatch to stbd side deck
  • Bilge, fire, emergency Engine Room lights/horn
  • Manual pressure gauges on transmissions
  • (2) 230/400 volt TF Marine Engine Room fans
  • 230 volt grey water pump
  • 230 volt black water pump
  • Parker CCU 8000 crankcase ventilation system


  • 12/24 Volt DC system
  • 115/230/308/400 Volt 3-phase AC system

60KVA Altas Shore Power SMF series frequency converter (as new 5/23 $171,000)

       - Input (2) 177 – 528 Volt single or three phase 45-66 Hz

        -Output (1) 230-400 Volt 3 phase 87 amps 50Hz

  • Port – 80Kw Kohler 400 VAC generator 50 Hz in sound shield 1106 hours
  • Stbd – 80 Kw Kohler 400 VAC generator 50 Hz in sound shield 1246 hours
  • Glendinning CM-8 24 Volt 100-amp Cablemaster with 100’ of shore cord (new 6/23)
  • Secondary 90’ 100-amp shore cord with inlet (new 6/23)
  • FailSafe Galvanic isolator (6/23)
  • (2) Hubbell three phase to single phase adapters (6/23)
  • (1) Hubbell three phase to 480 Volt adapter (6/23)
  • Victron Energy 24v 50-amp charger for engines/generator
  • Victron Energy 24v 100-amp charger for service batteries
  • (6) Battery shut off switches
  • (10) Victron Energy 12v 4D batteries AGM (New 7/23)
  • (11) Cabinet style electric lockers for gen/shore supply and switch gear
  • (3) Praxis digital volt/amp/Hz meter
  • Fully bonded DC electrical system
  • Multiple subpanels throughout the yacht
  • ABB frequency drive for hydraulic system electric motor
  • Victron Energy 24v 100-amp emergency battery charger for Flybridge batteries
  • (5) Victron Energy 4D 220 ah for (2) radio, (2) emergency, and (1) service on Flybridge (New 7/22)
  • Victron Energy 24v 100-amp battery charger for crane battery
  • (2) Victron Energy 4D AGM battery for crane (New 7/22) for battery switch


Note: With her new Atlas shore power system, LADY CAROLINE can cruise the world and connect to shore power anywhere.

  • 500 lb. capacity two deck elevator ($95K)
  • Atlas 60 kVA frequency converter ($171K)
  • Shore cords and adaptors
  • Two x gallon water heaters ($10K)
  • BV Class approved watertight Lazarette bulkhead and door
  • Apple TV’s for each TV
  • (2) Additional spring line cleats
  • (2) Hull side hinged doors/gates
  • Seven step Marquipt boarding ladder
  • Canvas covers for Flybridge, for helm, helm seating, and table
  • Racor vacuum gauges
  • US Duty paid
  • New Skylounge furniture
  • New Salon furniture
  • New Engine Room insulation
  • New deck plates in Engine Room
  • New cutlass bearings
  • New shaft seals
  • New rudder mount flanges
  • Compete redesign of the stairs from the Main Deck to the Skylounge and Main Deck to the Lower Deck, including additional steps, floating stairs, glass panels, railings, and wall coverings
  • New double set of sheer and blackout electric Roman shades for Master Stateroom
  • New exterior cushions Aft Deck and Flybridge
  • New headliner panels on Main Deck
  • New stainless steel shelves over engines
  • Refinished Aft Deck table with new walkthrough center removable panel
  • Additional stainless steel safety handrails
  • New Lazarette stairs with gas shock with access below
  • New underwater lights
  • New outdoor furniture, Aft Deck and Boat Deck
  • King size adjustable mattress in Master Suite


LADY CAROLINE is a very unique offering. AvA Yachts of Antalya, Turkey laid the keel for this speculative build in 2016. Other projects with owners took precedence over this first Kando 110. Substantially completed in 2020, but not finished until purchased by her first and present owner in 2022, she was named LADY CAROLINE. Hull number 2 has been delivered, and hull number 3 is well underway.

She boasts a 5 or 6 cabin layout with a huge on deck Master and a very generous Skylounge. She carries a BV “all ocean” Classification.

At 320 GT, she is larger than anything in her class. Outfitted for the new owner, but not used due to health reasons, she is very seriously for sale. US Duty Paid.

Specifications are provided for informational purposes only. Data was obtained from sources believed reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, capacities, consumption’s and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided and agrees to instruct his agents to confirm such details prior to purchase. Vessel is subject to prior sale, price and inventory changes and withdrawal from market without notice.

Contact Jeff Stanley at:

Address:
Marine Executive Center, 1510 SE 17th Street, Suite 300, Fort Lauderdale, FL, 33316

Phone:
1-954-249-0360

Jeff Stanley is a lifetime yacht broker starting out in 1980 soon after graduating college. During his career Jeff has sold well over 1000 yachts from 25’ to 165’. Jeff also enjoys new build projects and has many to his credit from Neptunus to Johnson Yachts in Taiwan.  Accurate listing presentations and after sale refits and upgrades are benefits he affords to his clients. Having the majority of his business as repeat clients or referrals speaks for itself.

 

Call Jeff Stanley 954-249-0360 (cell)

Or 954-525-8112 (office)

Email: Jeff@gilmanyachts.com