Sporting distinctive exterior artwork from Li Jiwei and an incredible selection of on-board facilities, SALUZI is the charter yacht of choice for those looking to entertain at sea.
With plenty of glitzy social events on the calendar in the French Riviera, including the F1 Monaco Grand Prix and the Cannes Film Festival, the superyacht is the perfect host for star-studded after-parties and caters to a maximum of 250 guests while in port.
The motor yacht has 16 guest cabins for 32 guests, with 34 members of crew in total. She was launched by Australian shipyard Austal in 2003 and has since undergone a refit that has left her in pristine condition. Indeed, the award-winning Luiz de Basto styled the yacht to resemble a floating beach house, with contemporary furnishings balanced by a warm and inviting energy.
SALUZI benefits from plenty of alfresco living areas, ranging from laid-back seating areas on her main, upper and lower decks to an expansive sundeck which comes complete with an enormous selection of amenities. Twin spa pools can be found here, as well as an open-air cinema, sleek wet bar and a selection of sunning areas.
The yacht has been styled the yacht to resemble a floating beach house.
Charterers are able to take advantage of a gym with a resident personal trainer before indulging in pampering beauty treatments in the spa. It’s also possible to access a top selection of water toys, including dive equipment, which are housed in the large beach club.
In the evenings, the dining salon makes a charming setting for dinner parties, and can be converted into a professional karaoke room. The entire charter party, as well as any additional guests, will love using these facilities for creating memories to last a lifetime.
As the original jetsetter’s playground, the West Mediterranean has plenty of remarkable destinations to explore while on a private yacht charter.
The French island of Corsica offers up rugged terrains coated in vineyards, with secluded bays and coves lining the shorelines. Meanwhile, Sardinia is replete with sandy beaches and smatterings of islets, and is home to the glamorous yachting hub of Porto Cervo, with its lively restaurants and designer shops.