Sale Yachts Savannah


Savannah achieves the seemingly opposite ideals of comfort and performance, interior space and external length, sophistication and simplicity, form and function.

Built by Alloy Yachts with naval architecture by Ted Hood, interior design is a combination of Adrian Kahan and Ralph Lauren with panelling and furniture by David Linley. The yacht was designed for long distance family cruising.

Over 4,500 square feet of Hood sails, a Southern Spas aluminium rig and heavy displacement aluminium hull, result in great stability and a sea-kindly ride.

The foredeck has long runs of flush decking while aft, there is a dining cockpit, a steering cockpit and a good-sized aft deck area. A square hydraulic bathing platform unfolds through the transom, equipped with a fresh water shower.

Savannah's newly refitted interior is light and open - elegant and welcoming. David Linley's superb cherrywood joinery and panelling include some highly detailed marquetry pieces. The raised pilothouse provides 360° views and has a large sofa with a dining table. Steps lead down to a saloon with deep banquette seating opposite another dining area. The effect is to create a very large split-level entertaining suite.

Up to eight guests sleep in a full-beam master suite (with a private companionway up to the aft deck), two twin cabins with a Pullman berth and one single cabin.

Savannah has been meticulously maintained and has proven her outstanding sailing prowess over numerous trans-oceanic crossings.

Alloy Yachts, 1998, 30.94m/101’4”, 7 guests, €6.70m