Length:69m ( 226.39ft )
Cruising Speed (knots):12
SALUZI yacht is a $65M Superyacht owned by Victor Hwang. The 69m yacht is the only one of her size to be permanently based in Asia. The yacht features interior design by Luiz de Basto Designs and exterior design by Austal shipyards.
She was delivered in 2003. SALUZI is a yacht that looks like a hip Miami hotel on the water with its bold and colorful exterior and modern furnishings. She has a full range of entertainment capabilities for charter guests to enjoy on and off the yacht.
SALUZI yacht interior
The interior of the SALUZI yacht was designed by Luiz de Basto Designs and is the epitome of contemporary beach club decor. The yacht’s interior design caters to entertaining and social flexibility with friends, family, and guests.
The SALUZI can accommodate 32 guests in 16 cabins and caters to 250 guests when in port. SALUZI was intended to be a sanctuary for guests, and so there are many private and spacious areas for guests to relax.
The entertainment features of the yacht continue with an abundance of socializing and dining options.
These options include two jacuzzis, with one on deck where guests can soak up the view. There is a well-equipped gym and a luxury spa. She has a state-of-the-art open-air movie theatre for guests to enjoy, as well as a karaoke bar.
She has accommodation for 34 crew members, ensuring a luxury experience onboard the SALUZI.
The exterior of the SALUZI is striking, bright, and uplifting with its eye-catching design of original modern art. She was designed and built by Austal shipyards and delivered in 2003.
Her five decks are awash with light during the night, and her exterior reflects vibrant and modern details.
The SALUZI yacht features 2 MTU engines that give her a cruising speed of 9 knots and a top speed of 12 knots. She has a draft of 2.3m, a beam of 13.8, and a length of 69m.
She displaces 1739 gross tons and features a Zero stabilization system that gives guests a more comfortable experience while at anchor by reducing the rolling motion of the water.
She has an annual running cost of $6.5 million. She has a Registro Italiano Navale (RINA) Registration. SALUZI is named after a mystical warhorse owned by the Tang Dynasty Emperor Taizong.
Her previous name was Tia Moana, and was converted from a cruise ship into a yacht when she was bought in 2014.