The First Look Inside Charter Yacht SAVANNAH
Ending a long spell of anticipation, the 84m/274ft superyacht SAVANNAH has finally revealed the ultra contemporary charms of her interior. Delivered by Feadship in 2015, it would appear that her design is every bit as impressive as her array of features.
The world’s first hybrid superyacht and decidedly eco-friendly, SAVANNAH has enjoyed the attention of enthusiasts ever since she was delivered.
Whilst she boasts multiple swimming pools, an expansive sundeck, and even an underwater lounge, the yacht has kept her cards fairly close to the table.
This ongoing mystery surrounding her finer details has ensured that she remains very much the subject of conversation, and has of course bred a healthy amount of speculation within the industry.
As Feadship release the first images of the highly innovative interior work of the Paris-based CG Design, we take a look at what guests can expect when chartering this truly extraordinary superyacht.
Making good use of the yacht’s dimensions, the interior is open plan and features panoramic floor to ceiling windows in both the main salon and dining room.
Perfectly complementing the bright colour palette which runs throughout the yacht, the amount of light which is allowed to pass through makes for a seriously relaxed ambience.
In terms of theme, luxury yacht SAVANNAH treads a path entirely of her own- rather than imitating art deco or recalling the designs of classic vessels, she includes a dynamic variety of fixtures and furnishings which help to create a sense of space and quiet.
Setting a new standard for interior design, SAVANNAH is unquestionably one of the most uniquely stylish yachts available for charter