Bold, beautiful and slender, Feadship’s Savannah is quite the head-turner as the world’s first hybrid superyacht. Sporting a one-million-watt battery pack as part of her propulsion platform, she confidently boasts a contemporary, metallic sea foam-finished exterior with teak decks while comfortably cruising the open seas.
Styled by Paris-based CG Design to maximize the outdoor lifestyle, the award-winning, 273-foot Savannah thrills with a wealth of open-air entertainment venues as well as cozy, private spaces capable of welcoming up to 12 guests with a dedicated crew of 24. An innovative glass door system slides open to uber-chic interiors that do not disappoint. Spacious with gently curved walls, the living areas — both private and social — blend rich rosewood with lavish metallic elements.
On the aft deck, Savannah offers a fabulous underwater respite. By day, the Nemo Lounge features floor-length picture windows to peek under the surface of the ocean. And at night, the social scene easily transforms into a cinema with stadium-style seating and a drop-down screen. From the water, a succession of teak leads up to a spacious beach club and the main deck. Step into the main living area, where two curved salons are linked by a central corridor. Here, a rosewood stairway connects Savannah’s four decks while sophisticated lighting overhead makes a dramatic statement. With the aft end of all the decks wrapped in glass, the salons open directly towards the outside to become one with the outdoors and the surrounding panoramic ocean views. feadship.nl
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Text: Kim Mosley