Savannah, the world’s first hybrid superyacht, is born

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Savannah, the world’s first hybrid superyacht, is born

Latest addition to Master Yachts’ management fleet, the 83.5 metre Feadship MY Savannah was launched on the 25th of January by Royal de Vries in Aalsmeer (Holland).

Savannah is the first superyacht to feature an eco-friendly blend of single diesel engine, three gensets, batteries, propeller, azimuting thruster and a streamlined hull shape. Offering fuel economies of thirty per cent, the pioneering electro-mechanical propulsion platform marries Feadship’s past experience and forward thinking approach within a pure custom creation. Further innovation comes in the form of a floating superstructure, an underwater lounge, the ‘open’ aft deck areas, and much more besides.

The exterior colour scheme is Sea Foam metallic green – Savannah is the first superyacht to be entirely metallic painted (including the ceilings and fixed deck furniture) with the exception of the mast domes.
The interior of Savannah is equally full of surprises. As the second superyacht venture from the boards of CG Design, the vessel comprises an unrivalled amount of detailing, finishes and materials throughout. For instance, there are lighting fixtures on the boat with up to ten different colours, lens types and positions.

Technical specifications: Savannah
Type: ’Breathe’ hybrid propulsion motoryacht, steel hull with vertical bow and aluminium superstructure
Length overall: 83.50 m 273’11”
Beam overall: 12.50 m 41’
Draught (loaded): 3.95 m 12’12”
Fuel capacity: 150,000 litres 39,626 US Gallons
Fresh water capacity: 40,000 litres 10,567 US Gallons

Naval Architect: Feadship De Voogt Naval Architects
Exterior styling: CG Design / Feadship De Voogt Naval Architects
Interior design: CG Design

Main engines: 1x Wärtsilä 9L20
4stroke@1800kW @1000 rpm
Generators: 1x Caterpillar C32 & 2x Caterpillar C18
Batteries: Corvus 1000 kWh Li-ion

Owner: Two in owner’s stateroom
Guests: Ten guests in four large guest rooms, one VIP stateroom
Crew: 22/26 crew eight crew cabins, one captain’s cabin, one engineer’s cabin, two officers’ cabins
Water sports: 2x 9.00m tenders, 1x 15’ tender, wave runners, etc.

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