Built in GRP by US yard Intermarine to ABS class, Savannah was delivered in 2001 with a full refit in 2011. Accommodation is for ten guests in five luxurious cabins consisting of a full-beam master suite, two doubles and two twins, and all cabins have entertainment centres and full en-suite bathroom facilities.
The main saloon offers a timeless blend of old world craftsmanship with modern fabrics, as directed by award winning designer Luiz DeBasto, featuring American cherry woodwork and generous windows allowing for maximum visibility. Occasional chairs, a large sofa, coffee table and gaming table with chairs provide multiple seating groups while a full service bar along the forward bulkhead provides another conversation area.
The expansive aft deck has bench seating aft, twin varnished teak dining tables on pedestals with additional teak chairs and a fully equipped L-shaped wet bar with custom stainless steel bar stools; the ideal location for al fresco entertaining and dining.
The sun deck features port and starboard steering stations and a full service wet bar with banquette dining facilities protected from the elements by a custom hard top. In addition, there are sun pads and a spa, allowing guests the opportunity to soak up the sun in blissful comfort.
Twin 1,350hp Caterpillar diesel engines give her a cruising speed of 17 knots and a range of 1,200 nautical miles.
Savannah was asking $3,750,000.