SARAMOUR a 61M CRN 133 Superyacht
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Built by the prominent Italian shipyard CRN, SARAMOUR is a breath-taking displacement motor yacht, measuring 61 meters in length. She was launched in 2014. With naval architecture by CRN Engineering, this striking CRN 133 vessel is entirely designed by acclaimed Francesco Paszkowski.
SARAMOUR'S NOTABLE FEATURES: Exceptional collection of art pieces on board ~ beautifully designed interiors ~ inviting and warm ambiance ~ large aft decks ~ spacious and well laid our interior areas ~ private owner's suite with spa pool and panoramic views ~ gymnasium ~ massage table ~ Jacuzzi
SARAMOUR is truly a floating art gallery, each room and space have been carefully designed to incorporate paintings, drawings and other art pieces into the overall design, to create a modern yet warm ambiance throughout the entire vessel. While the interiors have been created with art work in mind, the exteriors are more traditionally designed, offering beautiful teak deck throughout the entire sundeck, on the upper deck on the alfresco dining area as well as around the main deck. In addition, there is the popular Jacuzzi tub as well as numerous sun loungers and seating areas throughout.
|Type/Year:||a 61M CRN 133 Superyacht/2014|
|Max Speed:||15 knots|
|Engines:||2xCAT 3512B B Rating dies|
|Cruise Speed:||14 knots|
|Builder/Designer:||Francesco Paszkowski, Crn Engineering, CRN|
|Locations:||THE MEDITERRANEAN, EUROPE, Directory|
A well-equipped gymnasium is situated at the base of the stairway that leads from the main deck as well as the hallway that leads to the staterooms. In addition, it can also be used as a massage room. The sky lounge, on the other hand, is an excellent place to hang out after a good workout or a fun day at the sea. The main saloon was designed to ensure everyone felt comfortable and home here, with large sofas and comfortable seating to accommodate every guest on board. This is a fabulous area for socializing, reading, relaxing or having a more formal meal in the adjacent dining area.
Made of steel and aluminium, SARAMOUR is Lloyd's registered, as well as MCA compliant. She is powered by twin CAT 3512B B Rating diesel engines, delivering a top speed of 15 knots and a cruising speed of 14 knots. SARAMOUR has a beam of 10,2m (33'5'') and a draft of 3m (9'84'').
A total number of 12 guests are offered maximum luxury and comfort aboard SARAMOUR yacht in six well appointed deluxe staterooms, including a master suite and five double guest cabins. The spacious master suite is situated on the main deck and includes a study or an area to unwind to starboard as well as a full-beam stateroom forward. The owner's suite offers unparalleled views of the yacht's surroundings thanks to large windows in front of the large bed. A twin cabin and a VIP cabin can be found on the lower. An interesting fact about the two staterooms are the works by Salvator Dali hanging in each stateroom's en suite head.
Amenities and Extras
SARAMOUR has a large selection of water toys on board.
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"When you do a creative job, intuition is most important. Good ideas can be inspired anytime from very different sources. Trying to design the most beautiful boat ever and make your customer happy to own her, means every boat becomes special for a designer. however, according to every designer’s opinion, the most beautiful boat is always the next one you’re going to design!" - Francesco Paszkowski