Discussion in 'Feadship Yacht' started by Yacht News, Oct 24, 2013.
For those who have missed it, DMY saved the photo and has it up on his site.
I suspect the difference is in the glass strength. The interior pics (thanks for the tip!) show substantial vertical uprights (which the wake had already suggested were there) suggesting the glass is very strong indeed. The nemo room on Serene is apparently behind watertight doors, perhaps the underwater lounge is on Savannah as well? Lloyds reportedly signed off on the underwater observation pod, after significant testing, on SYA so its clearly not impossible.
I believe the room is separated behind water tight doors so that probably helps.
That is incredible tender design, Savannah really is one of the most innovative yachts we have ever seen!
Savannah's interior has been featured in a magazine.
What magazine is it?
One that I can't mention here. Unfortunately, they don't get into the details of the hybrid features.
Oh okay... Dang it that sucks. That would of been really cool to read about the hybrid features and learn how it works.
For those that haven't seen the full interior.
I am sure I have seen these before, but I do not remember the stripper pole
I also think the interior is absolutely stunning. very elegant and modern, yet not pretentious. Almost looks like it could have been done by Lars.
Stripper pole... secret room... say no more.
Say no more indeed.
Thank you, I have some drawings from when I was 7 or 8 years old that reminds of this...
I have to say I am so impressed with the interior design of this yacht. So many times I've seen yachts that I absolutely loved the exterior look only to be disappointed with their interior design that are so palatial and disconnected from the water surrounding it. I think this one is classy yet I wouldn't feel uncomfortable unless I'm wearing a suit, and can be totally comfortable. I also like Abramovich yachts with their beach house interior designs.
P.S. Absolutely love the "observation" room with the stripper pole
Tsk... it's a vertical hand-rail to keep yourself steady in rough seas.
Yes, Sometimes, even the best dancers need some support or help while (working) under way.
For those who haven't seen Savanah's layouts yet, they are featured in a certain yachting magazine.