Celebrating the Asian maritime industry, the awards were presented at a glitzy ceremony held at the ONE°15 Marina Club in Singapore on the evening of April 7.
Originally launched in 2003 by the Australian Austal Shipyard, SALUZI began life as a luxury cruise ship, but has since been completely rebuilt and entered the charter market in 2014. Her shallow draft makes her an ideal option for exploring the exquisite cruising grounds of South East Asia and the Indian Ocean.
Based in Thailand, the motor yacht boasts eye-catching artwork along her hull by Chinese artist Li Jiwei and a similarly unforgettable interior, styled in a contemporary beach house theme by Luiz de Basto.
The list of amenities on board charter yacht SALUZI seems endless, with highlights such as two Jacuzzis, a dry and wet spa, an open-air cinema, a karaoke bar and nightclub, and a golf tee on the top deck.
A total of 32 guests can be comfortably accommodated in 16 staterooms, including two master suites, 10 double cabins and four twin cabins.
SALUZI's shallow draft makes her an ideal option for exploring the exquisite cruising grounds of South East Asia
There is a vast collection of water toys on board too, including glass-bottom kayaks, surfboards, Sea-Bobs, stand-up paddle boards and a jet board.
For further information on M/Y SALUZI, contact your preferred charter broker.
Alternatively, why not check out all luxury yachts available to charter in South East Asia.
69m Austal, 2003 / 2014