Described by the good people at Edmiston as “the world’s largest metallic-painted object”, the Savannah is this and more.
First released in 2015 by Feadship’s De Vries shipyard, Savannah remains the largest hybrid superyacht on the seven seas, running on one million watts of power, producing total silence and zero emissions either underway or at anchor.
The ship has been designed Christina Gherardi, previously head of architecture for Christian Dior, founded CG Design to develop this project. A yacht this size is an ambitious project and when the idea of 84 meter yacht was floated Gherardi said that she simply “could not refuse”.
A dramatic rosewood spiral staircase connects six cabins and four decks. Savannah can house 12 guests comfortably and when chartering there is enough room for 24 crew members.
Savannah has various toys at her disposal including a private sun deck with DJ station as well as an onboard basketball court. Other leisure and entertainment facilities include a 30-foot swimming pool, a gym, a spa and an onboard Hammam, making this yacht perfect for chartering in any situation.
Considering the fact this yacht took one million man hours to build, we can see this in final project.
Cruising speed: 14 knots
Interior design: CG Design/Feadship de Voogt Naval Architects
Gross tonnage: 2,250
Chartering from €1,000,000 per week.