Length: 65 metres
"Zero showing off and totally functional," was the owner’s brief for Admiral’s latest 65 metre superyacht. Delivered in 2019, Life Saga was built for relaxation and spending as much time outside as possible, featuring oversized windows and fold-down terraces to better connect guests with the great outdoors.
Her interiors, courtesy of British designer Mark Berryman, are warm and homely with a palette of chocolate and coffee-coloured leathers paired with European oak and walnut. Teak, a material usually found outside, features throughout her 1,280GT interior to create a true inside-outside feel.
Unusually for a yacht of this size, there’s only one dining table on board, and can be found on the upper deck dubbed the “apres-soleil”. The space is formal with a bar, saloon and an indoor/outdoor lounge area. A circular dining table can seat all guests on board with sliding doors that open to create the perfect al fresco setting for five-star meals.
Highlights on board include a beach club that opens on three sides to reveal sun pads a spa pool and a Technogym exercise area, with a second spa pool residing on the sundeck.
Life Saga can accommodate up to 12 guests and is powered by twin Caterpillar engines delivering a maximum speed of 16 knots and a cruising speed of 14.5 knots.