The 273.95ft /83.5m Custom motor yacht ‘Savannah’ was built in 2015 by Feadship. The yacht’s interior has been designed by CG Design and her exterior styling is by Feadship & CG Design.
Passing the nine-metre swimming pool and the sun loungers which surround it, charter guests enter SAVANNAH via a large glass door which encases the main salon. Enjoying an abundance of natural light as a consequence of this structural arrangement, the circular social space is furnished with minimal yet well positioned sofas to offer both comfort and space to those on board.
No strangers to modern luxury, the design house responsible for styling the interior of SAVANNAH previously worked on the Kenzo and Christian Dior stores in France. Bringing their expertise to the world of motor yachts, CG Design have created a relaxed interior environment which connects naturally to the exterior area immediately to the aft.
Also on this deck is the central spiral staircase which separates the main salon from the secondary lounge and the five guest cabins. Thanks to the pioneering engineering which very much defines this yacht, each of these areas experience very little noise and vibration when underway or at-anchor.
Complete with its own waterside balcony, the VIP cabin on board SAVANNAH has been thoughtfully arranged to ensure that guests can enjoy the same spaciousness in private that they do in the communal areas. Continuing the theme of vast natural light, the floor to ceiling glass door which leads to the balcony can be easily shaded for when the occupants require a greater darkness for sleeping in. The remaining cabins on the main deck consist of 4 doubles which each include their own set of ensuite facilities. Consistent with the minimalism of the social spaces, these doubles have a limited number of fixtures and furnishings to enhance a spacious and refreshing feel. With finely integrated television systems, guests using these cabins will have no difficulty kicking back in privacy should they prefer some time to themselves.
Due to its position in the hull, the underwater lounge allows guests to look through clear waters to inspect marine life without having to suit up in snorkelling or diving gear. The underwater lounge makes use of especially thick glass which can be covered up to make the space into a cinema.