SANAM yacht was formerly known as S and was renamed in 2021. This superyacht features an exterior design by Nuvolari Lenard with naval architecture from Palmer Johnson.
She was built according to the highest superyacht standards with a blend of intuitive design and performance.
She can accommodate up to 12 guests on board and 8 crew members including the yacht’s captain.
With its 52 meters length, SANAM is the 6th largest yacht built by Palmer Johnson and ranks 774th in the world.
|Exterior Designer:||Nuvolari Lenard|
SANAM yacht interior
The SANAM yacht elegant interior was designed by Nuvolari Lenard, a yacht designer from Venice, Italy who specializes in full-service exterior and interior design of the finest yachts.
The inside of the main deck lounge is beautifully designed with large picture windows and the fold-out balconies help create a relaxing yet modern ambiance.
Next to the formal dining area is a double cabin for guests that is built to impress with its own private bathroom and day bed.
On the lower deck aft, another two queen-size double cabins are located while two twin beds each with Pullman berths can be found on the lower deck forward.
The master suite near the private stairwell and lobby is a spacious, full-beam stateroom with large windows, a huge walk-in wardrobe, and a generous en suite bathroom.
The exterior of this yacht was designed by Nuvolari Lenard, which is well known for its elegant designs.
It has many sought-after amenities on its decks such as a large saltwater pool and jacuzzi, where guests can enjoy the beautiful views.
Guests are greeted on the yacht’s swim platform by a vast main deck aft, complete with a comfortable lounge area and ample outdoor space.
After an adventurous day of water exploration, guests can also enjoy a movie under the covered lounge on the sundeck or relax with friends at one of many sun pads.
The beautiful and sleek Sanam yacht is powered by two 4,613hp diesel MTU engines, which gives her a top speed of 31 knots and a cruising speed of 24 knots.
She is 52.4 meters long with a 9.5 meters beam, a draft of 2.44 meters, and a volume of 485 GT.
Built to last, she has an aluminum hull and aluminum superstructure with four Seakeeper gyro stabilizers to ensure comfort while underway and a range of 4,600nm.
The luxurious SANAM was last sold in 2014 and is now currently listed for sale at an asking price of €26,900,000 with Burgess.