Yacht Emily Morgan, named after the Yellow Rose of Texas, is a classic Bowman 57 sailing yacht. She was designed by Holman & Pye, who later designed many Oysters, and was built by Southampton Boat Services in Hampshire, UK.
The spacious cockpit is perfect for sipping a cold sundowner whilst watching the sunset. It has an opening table for magical lunches and dinners under the stars. The large bimini fends off the fiercest midday sun. Sun lovers are not forgotten, there’s plenty of comfy cushioned deck space for soaking up the sun when we reach the anchorage, just don’t forget to lash on factor 30!
Sail handling is managed with furling headsails, mainsail with lazy jacks and a mizzen sail aft. When speed is of the essence, she also has a spinnaker and mizzen staysail. Emily Morgan is easy to handle with her flexible rig.
Guests can comfortably sit down to dinner either in the generous cockpit or the light and airy saloon. The saloon is spacious with seating around the table and armchairs to relax in. For entertainment, Emily Morgan has a sound system complemented by a comprehensive music library, a selection of games and a carefully chosen reading library.