Lukas Lundin’s SAVANNAH yacht is an 83.5-metre (273.11 ft) superyacht built by the Dutch shipyard Feadship and launched in 2015. Her annual running cost is approximately US $14 million.
She can accommodate up to twelve guests and twenty-four crew members and is known for her unusual underwater lounge. SAVANNAH is available for charter for a weekly price of US $1 million per week.
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SAVANNAH yacht interior
The SAVANNAH yacht is described as a masterpiece of design, and her interior has several unusual features. Twelve guests find space in her six cabins which were designed by the CG Design.
The master suite even has a private balcony, and many of the cabins were designed with unconventional rounded shapes to give the yacht a unique touch.
She has a hammam, open-concept gym, a spa and indoor glass balconies with large TV walls that can be individually programmed.
However, the most sought-after feature among charter guests is the underwater viewing lounge which can be transformed into a cinema if requested.
It was custom-designed and is unique to SAVANNAH. She also has a basketball court on board and never fails to surprise her guests with luxurious amenities.
The SAVANNAH yacht was built by the Dutch shipyard Feadship and delivered to her owner in 2015.
She is 83.5 metres (273.11 ft) long with a 12.5-metre (41 ft) beam and a 3.95-metre (13 ft) draft. Her gross tonnage lies at 2,250 tons, and she sails under the flag of the Cayman Islands.
Her unique hybrid engines allow her to reach a range of 6,500 nautical miles. SAVANNAH’s top speeds lie at 17 knots, although she cruises most comfortably at 14 knots.
She was the first hybrid superyacht delivered by Feadship and remains one of their most elaborate projects.
The SAVANNAH yacht has a beautiful silvery-white exterior with large windows. Guests can enjoy her four decks with a large pool aft.
Her top deck features a spacious jacuzzi with fantastic views. Since SAVANNAH is available for charter, she carries a variety of toys and equipment on board.
Most notable are her three jet skis, two laser sailboats, four seabobs, three kayaks, and four standup paddleboards.
She also has four mountain bikes, inflatables, a trampoline, and towable toys available for the enjoyment of the guests.
SAVANNAH has four tenders, two of which are 9.5 meters (31 ft) long. Like her interior, the exterior of SAVANNAH was designed by the Parisian design office CG Design.
Her owner, Lukas Lundin, bought SAVANNAH for a total price of US $140 million in 2015. She generates additional annual running costs of US $10 to 15 million.
Owner – Lukas Lundin
Reportedly the owner of the motor yacht SAVANNAH is Lukas Lundin, a Swedish and Canadian billionaire who is based in Switzerland.
He owns several companies which are primarily active in the mining, oil, and energy industries.
He and his wife Virginia have four children together, and the family frequently takes SAVANNAH on extended trips around the Mediterranean together with Lundin’s brother.
In addition to SAVANNAH, Ludin is also the owner of a Bombardier Global 6000 private jet which he bought in 2016. His net worth is estimated to lie close to US $2 billion.
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