MV SALUZI in Asian waters this winter
Saluzi is a voluminous yacht of great proportions, 70m in length with a 13.8m width beam and 5 interior decks. A former cruise ship built by Austal she is the product of remarkable engineering and vision. Named after the favourite warhorse of Li Shimin, Emperor Taizong of the Tang Dynasty, Saluzi symbolises the strength of an era combined with a modern spirit. The artwork on the exterior of the yacht, created by artist Li Jiwei, is a modern depiction of the mythical horse.
Following Monaco Yacht Show, Saluzi has set sail to Asian waters, following a busy season in the Mediterranean. It is available throughout the Asia season in Thailand and the Maldives.
Inspired by the notion of a modern floating beach house, Saluzi is a contemporary sanctuary for family and friends. It combines space with privacy – the two qualities essential for creating a relaxed atmosphere in which to recharge and reclaim time.
Saluzi’s 35 on-board crew take care of up to 32 guests who can lodge in cabins which are divided into 2 Masters, 7 VIPs and 7 Deluxe. 1650sqm of guest space is spread across 5 decks comprising spa, hair salon, gym, karaoke bar and an open air cinema.
Saluzi is a summer class yacht with a shallow draft that, despite her size, allows access to exploration areas, coral reefs and shores. She has an aluminium hull and superstructure, as well as an ultra-modern stabilisation system to reduce roll motion effect and ensure ultimate comfort throughout one’s charter vacation. With a cruising speed of 12 knots, a maximum speed of 16 knots and a range of 1500 miles, Saluzi is the perfect combination of performance and comfort.
Parkview Private Collection
Saluzi is part of Parkview Private Collection and more information can be found on www.parkviewprivatecollection.com