Lord Alan Sugar is asking €14 million (£12.34 million) for his superyacht Lady A. The craft was put on the market last summer after undergoing a year-long refit. See inside this exclusive yacht

The Apprentice star Lord Alan Sugar put his luxury superyacht – Lady A – on the market last summer, after the stunning craft underwent a year-long refit.

On sale through the superyacht brokers Edmiston, the British business magnate and Apprentice star is asking €14 million, around £12.34 million, for the 181-foot vessel.

When the superyacht was first put on sale in the summer of 2017, it cost £12.65 million, but the weaker pound means that if snapped up now, the new owner would save £300,000.

Dressed in a black suit and sitting at a desk, The Apprentice's Lord Alan Sugar

Lord Alan Sugar in his role in The Apprentice. Credit: Jim Marks/BBC/Press Association Images

The Jon Bannenberg designed Lady A has gone through an intensive year-long refit at Burgess Marine.

The work has included an extension to the aft end of the upper deck to increase the exterior seating and social spaces, a redesigned and refitted interior, new paintwork and the installation of zero speed stabilizers.

Lady A was first launched in 1986 and was built in Japan by Nishii Zosen-Sterling for the Australian tycoon, Alan Bond, who named the vessel Southern Cross.

The upper deck of the superyacht Lady A

The newly refurbished sundeck. Credit: Mark Sims Photography

Lord Alan Sugar bought the yacht two years ago and renamed it Lady A after his wife, Ann. The couple have been together for more than 45 years.

Lady A has many features which strong reflect Bannenberg’s signature design, including the impressive sundeck, with its use of glass and spectacular views.

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Following the refit, it now has vast sunbathing areas, a seated bar, Jacuzzi, and sun awnings. Two, more private, lounges are found at the foredeck.

Inside, the newly designed interior features walnut cabinetry and solid timber floors.

A double bed in one of the guest rooms on board Lord Alan Sugar's superyacht, Lady A

One of the guest rooms. Credit: Mark Sims Photography

Up to 12 guests can stay on board in six plush en suite cabins.

On the lower deck is the full beam owner’s cabin, with a private study, its own Jacuzzi, separate shower room and dressing room.

Three double guest cabins are also located on the lower deck with the VIP guest cabin while a twin guest cabin can be found on the main deck.

A white superyacht at sea

Lady A has a cruising speed of 13 knots

Lady A also has a large main deck dining room and upper deck lounge leading to the expansive aft deck and its dining and lounge areas.

Forward, there is another saloon with curved glass and views over the bow.

The stunning superyacht was spotted during the May bank holiday on the Thames, at Tower Bridge in London.

Lady A Superyacht in Tower Bridge

Lady A Technical Specifications:

Length: 55.20m/181ft
Beam: 11.80m/39ft
Draft: 3.84m/13ft
Gross Tonnage: 879
Guests: 12
Cabins: 6
Crew: 15
Builder: Nishii Zosen-Sterling
Interior Designers: Jon Bannenberg, Design Unlimited
Year: 1986|2017 refitted
Construction: GRP
Engines: 2x Caterpillar (1,941HP)
Cruising Speed: 13 knots