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Charter rebuilt motor yacht Saluzi in South East Asia

Charter rebuilt motor yacht Saluzi in South East Asia

Sold in 2010, the 69.1 metre motor yacht Saluzi has been through a vast two-year rebuild to convert her from a small cruise ship into a large super yacht and she is now available to charter in South East Asia from December onwards.

Boasting a brand new interior by Luiz de Basto, she now has large public spaces and extensive deck areas. The rebuild included modifying the 37 medium-sized cabins into 16 spacious staterooms, as well as adding Jacuzzis, sun pads and teak decking.

Saluzi now accommodates up to 32 guests in two master suites, seven VIP staterooms and seven twin cabins. All staterooms have full entertainment systems and en suite facilities.

Saluzi was the war horse of Li Shimin, Emperor Taizong of China’s Tang dynasty when he was fighting with Wang Shicong on Mangshan Mountain in Luoyang. Li Shimin was separated from his warriors amid fierce fighting when suddenly Saluzi was shot with an arrow. Despite the wound, Saluzi brought the Emperor to safety and hence became a legend in China.

An extensive range of water toys includes a Castoldi tender, jet board, SeaBob underwater scooter, two Yamaha jet skis and the biggest water slide in the world.

Saluzi charters through Yachtzoo at €395,000 per week year round.

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