Built in 2003 and completely revamped ten years later, Saluzi is a 69-meter (226-foot) luxury yacht by Australian shipyard Austral. The recent makeover was performed by Horizon Yachts, with the interiors flawlessly executed by Luiz de Basto Designs.
The cabins and their configuration have been changed to meet new standards of comfort and luxury: there are now two lavish master suites on board, as well as seven VIP rooms, seven deluxe cabins, and enough living space for a crew of 32. The owner and the guests can enjoy a variety of living and entertaining areas across the yacht’s five decks.
There are two new Jacuzzis on the sundeck, two dining areas, and comfortable seating arrangements. Sun loungers are placed in key spaces on multiple decks for utmost convenience, inviting the guests to unwind and enjoy the sun. Remarkable amenities include a cinema, a fully-equipped gym, a spa (both wet and dry), and beautiful ambient lighting that is especially fitting for upscale yacht parties.
The outstanding Saluzi also has a fleet of fun water toys, such as a water slide, a floating pool, kayaks, jet-skis, wakeboards, seabobs and sailboats. And if you are wondering what the colorful artwork on the hull is we’ll tell you that it is a symbolic representation of the yacht’s name. Saluzi was one of the six war horses of Chinese Emperor Taizong of Tang, and the beautiful hull decoration is artist Li Jiwei’s interpretation of the iconic steed.