The breathtaking superyacht Saluzi was built in 2003 by the Australian shipyard in Austal and has received a complete makeover in 2013 by Horizon Yachts. Miami based design office Luiz de Basto Designs were responsible for the luxurious interiors, including original and innovative features. Previously named Tia Moana, Saluzis current name is based upon a mystical warhorse of Tang Dynasty Emperor Taizong. Artist Li Jiwei created an artwork of this mystical warhorse for the yachts exterior as an expression of both East and West, a blending of spirituality and materiality.
BREATHTAKING 69M SALUZI SUPERYACHT
Across 1,650 sqm, the Saluzi features 16 spacious staterooms (previously 37 medium-sized staterooms), which consist of two master suites, 7 VIP cabins and 7 deluxe cabins. In addition to that, the superyacht offers an seemingly endless list of amenities: 280 sqm deck including cinema, living spaces, sundeck including two Jacuzzis, plenty of seating and dining areas, large gym and salon, entertainment system and of course an arsenal of water toys consisting of 2 Yamaha Cruiser FX Jet-Ski, 2 Yamaha GX Jet-Ski, two Hobie Cat Sailboats; two Cayago F7 Seabobs; one Cayago F5 Seabob; three wakeboards; two paddleboards; a surfboard; a knee board; water skis; a kayak with a glass bottom; fishing equipment; snorkelling equipment; floating pool and a waterslide etc. etc. you get the idea.
Saluzi is available to be chartered via YachtZoo