Savannah is surely one of the most exciting new deliveries of recent years. She’s also one of the most exciting yachts available for select charters. The reasons go well beyond her imposing 274-foot (83.5-meter) LOA. From her metallic paint to her wonderfully uncommon interior treatments, Savannah indulges guests visually as well as emotionally. And, thanks to Feadship, which delivered her in 2015, you can sample what it’s like to be aboard.
Among the impressive arrangements you’ll find is how the saloon leads out to the pool, and vice versa. Plenty of yachts have sliding doors between interior and alfresco areas. But, Savannah’s doors—further curved—open completely to each side, eliminating literal and figurative barriers. Combine this with the grand set of stairs at her stern, leading to a long settee right on the swim platform, and the view is all the more impressive.
Speaking of impressive views, the 12 guests who stay aboard can see sea life swim by in an underwater lounge. Nicknamed the Nemo Room, it’s along the port side, with a picture window partially below the waterline. On the opposite wall, there’s yet another, smaller window into the pool. Furthermore, Savannah has a cozy observation room tucked into her bow.
While the video below unfortunately doesn’t show off the Nemo Room, it does show off something equally impressive. Savannah has a sophisticated lighting scheme that arguably doubles as art. The interior-design studio CG Design worked with specialists to actualize it. Video walls flank the passageway between relaxation areas, displaying a variety of imagery that the crew can change to suit the mood.
Visitors at Milano Design Week in Milan, running through this weekend, are getting a true treat. They can essentially immerse themselves in Savannah’s interior, through both photos and virtual reality. If you can’t make it to Milan, then this video is the next best thing: