The attached images, credited to IG: @realyachtspotter, depict the 111m Lady Gulya leaving Lurssen's floating dock in Hamburg with a fresh new look. Lady Gulya had been spotted several weeks ago making the journey back home after being positioned in Gibraltar, where number one largest superyacht in the world Azzam is currently stationed. With her distinctive royal blue hull now re-painted, the newly christened Lady Gulya departs Lurssen's Blohm+Voss yard sporting an off-white hull and new name to match.
The mammoth superyacht project, managed by brokerage firm Moran Yacht & Ship, became the 35th largest superyacht in the world at the time she was launched. The Superyachts.com Top 100 2020 forecast places her as the 38th largest at the end of this year. Moran Yacht & Ship report that Tis, as she was then named, was 'commissioned for a long-time charter client of Moran Yacht & Ship, who has over the past seven years, chartered some of the largest and highest quality motor yachts in the world'.
Lady Gulya, ex Tis, made headlines last year for her distinctive regal interiors, where the owner's penchant for the style of French King Louis XIV was tangible and realised by British design firm Winch Design. Nominated for a variety of categories in the Monaco Yacht Show Gala Awards, Lady Gulya's palatial staircase, ornate tea room and charming staterooms certainly set this superyacht apart in terms of flair even from similar yachts in her category.