A twin of another model, Lady Jane is the latest powerboat designed by architect Michel Jouber and presented by French shipyard Latitude 46, the same yard that makes Tofinou, among the most famous sailing day sailers. Lady Jane is a more modern version of Lady Scarlett, another dayboat with classic and refined lines from the shipyard. Lady Jane is a true 8-meter jewel with the grit of today: she is motorable up to 350 horsepower.
Lady Jane, the new motor boat from Latitude 46
Lady Jane has a dashboard with adjustable pilot and co-pilot seating in faux leather or possibly mahogany, for an added classy touch to the hull. Above the wheelhouse is a large screen, and on the lower right are the throttles for steering the boat. Behind the wheelhouse opens a large cockpit with side benches to the aft sundeck area. In the bow we find another sunbathing area. The hull, as we mentioned above, is the same as that of Lady Scarlett, but the difference here is the windshield and the more delicate and elongated shapes.
To the left of the wheelhouse is the door to the cabin and bathroom. A solution, this one, that makes it possible to go “sheltered” during the hottest hours or to have a bed when the daily outings last longer than expected, perhaps sleeping in the roadstead.