GALLERY | Feadship's 274-foot SAVANNAH

The owner of the Feadship Savannah reached outside the mainstream to reset the bar on superyacht interior design. Check out the photos.
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The owner of the Feadship Savannah reached outside the mainstream to reset the bar on superyacht interior design.

No monolithic white hull and superstructure. No external staircases. No dining table in the main deck salon. No glass elevator dominating the central foyer. No long, straight hotel corridors leading to guest staterooms. Why? Because that’s how Cristina Gherardi Design of Paris, in cooperation with the owner, envisioned things on 274-foot (83.5 meter) Feadship Savannah—a yacht that transcends many design conventions, including being the largest hybrid-powered motoryacht launched to date. Savannah is full of surprises. She is also full of firsts. Refreshingly unique, Savannah is a yacht that sets a new bar for the design and execution of superyachts.

See the photos below, or CLICK HERE for our complete review of Feadship’s Savannah.

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