Savannah - the ecofriendly luxury yacht

Savannah - the ecofriendly luxury yacht

The Savannah yacht was built in 2015 by dutch shipowner Feadship in Aalsmeer. The project and the design of both interiors and exterior are designed by De Voogt Naval Architects in collaboration with CG Design.

 

Savannah's crew is composed of 24 persons and on board can fit up to 12 guests: There are, in fact, 6 rooms including a master suite, 2 double cabins, and 1 VIP stateroom. This amazing yacht, built with a steel hull and aluminum superstructure, is 83.5 meters long and its maximum speed is 17 knots.

Savannah is the first eco-friendly yacht in the world, blending a single diesel engine, three gensets, batteries, propeller, an azimuth thruster and a streamlined hull shape. This electro-mechanical hybrid propulsion system allows to save up to 30% of the huge fuel supply, offering an autonomy range of 6.500 nautical miles.

Living spaces in this amazing yacht are simply breathtaking: the many comforts (including many swimming pools, a gym, air conditioning, and much more), her extensive modern art collection and the underwater lounge make of the Savannah one of the most refined models on the market.

Not casually she's been elected as best Motor Yacht of the Year in 2016 Word Superyacht Awards and won, at the 2016 ShowBoats Design, the exterior, interior and holistic design award.

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