Meet Miss Moneypenny V
An interview and walkthrough with Richard Lambert head of global sales for Burgess Yachts
Miss Moneypenny is more than just a private secretary for M in the James Bond series. In this case she is a 167 foot $16,995,000 USD superyacht with a top speed of 38 knots! Like the character, she is sexy, flirtatious and fun! We spoke with Richard Lambert, the head of global sales for Burgess yachts who gave us a tour. Enjoy the highlight reel, overview and walkthrough... for your eyes only!
The highlight reel
The main salon is spacious with a luxurious wrap around, while leather sofa and big screen TV, which leads right into the dinning area with room for ten.
Further forward is the main helm, which holds top of the line seafaring equipment.
The master bedroom with en suite is spacious with plenty of light. Here you'll find enough extra room to perform a bit of office work or a quick check-in with MI6 before a nightcap
The massive wardrobe leads to an on board gym
The gym is just enough for any secret agent to stay in shape during their voyage
Across the gym is the media room, where you can sink into one of the many comfy leather recliners and put your feet up
The galley was a fun spot on the tour
See more on the walkthrough video as Richard explains the details
Step out of the Galley and into the engine room. Which has quite the wow factor
We even got a smile out of Richard as he showcased the equipment and the horsepower it produced
The stern of the main deck houses a hot tub and outdoor dining area
On the bow
The interview and complete walkthrough
Here's my interview with Richard Lambert as he walks us through Miss Moneypenny V. Find out his favorite yacht, favorite yachting destination, and favorite music!
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Special thanks to Richard Lambert and Nicci Perides as well as the captain and crew of Miss Moneypenny V and Burgess Yachts who helped make this possible....
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