A truly distinguishable yacht, SALUZI is recognizable by her hull artwork by the artist Li Jiwei. “Saluzi” was the war horse of Li Shimin, Emperor Taizong of Tang when he was fighting with Wang Shicong in Mangshan Mountain, Luoyang. Li Shimin was separated from his soldiers amidst fierce fighting, and suddenly Saluzi was shot by an arrow. Despite his wound, Saluzi brought the emperor to safety and hence became a legend in China.
Built by the Australian shipyard Austal in 2003 as a small luxury cruise ship for Polynesia service, SALUZI was transformed into a megayacht. Boasting a brand new interior by Luiz de Basto, she now has large public spaces and extensive deck areas. SALUZI accommodates up to 32 guests in two master suites, seven VIP staterooms and seven twin cabins. All staterooms have full entertainment systems and en suite facilities. An extensive range of water toys includes 2x Castoldi tenders, 2x SeaBob underwater scooters, 2x Yamaha jet skis and Golf driving range with ECO golf balls. Further entertainment include a karaoke system, and outdoor cinema.
Tax Status: Charter taxes, where applicable, will be due according to the rules and regulations of the chosen cruising destination. Please note that duty paid fuel applies. Contracts: MYBA – All agreements to be drawn up using the current MYBA E-contract Charter Agreement – Revised 2017 version
6.4m Castoldi jet tender with 260hp engine 5.4m Castoldi jet 17 tender with 180hp engine 2 x Yamaha FX cruiser HO waverunners F7 & F5 SeaBob Hobie Cat hybrid kayak, glass bottom kayak 4 x stand up paddle boards 2 x Hobie cat Mirage eclipse paddle board Windsurfer, wakeboards, waterskis, surfboard, kneeboard & tows Snorkelling gear Fishing gear Swimming pool Registered RYA training centre for personal watercraft Golf driving range, with ECO golf balls Automatic shuffle MahJong table Transformable Casino table
69m | 226.5ft
16 (2x master, 7x VIP, 7x twin)
Corsica, France, Greece, Montenegro, Sardinia, South of France, South Pacific, Southeast Asia, Spain, Thailand, Vietnam