The fourth in the successful ‘Impero’ series, M/Y SAGE hit the water in Italy and was christened SAGE. The 40-metre was launched following her sister ships: CACOS V, now GIRAUD (2013), NONO (2014) and TREMENDA (2016).
The exterior lines are sporty and masculine, with sharp contours and large volumes, both on the inside as well as around her exterior decks. The exterior design was created by renowned Luca Dini Design, while the interiors are the work of GMC Design – Architect Gian Marco Campanino working together with the design team at the Admiral shipyard.
SAGE is all aluminium constructed and reaches a maximum speed of 20 knots. Her draft allows her to cruise in shallow waters, making her perfect for a range of locations and charter destinations.
The master suite is situated on the main deck, in the bow section and offers fantastic panoramic views. Additional guest cabins (four) are located on the lower deck.
Thanks to the large panoramic windows, the main saloon provides a huge amount of natural light as well as great views of the yacht’s surroundings. Same applies to the adjacent formal dining area, which has been fitted with huge panoramic windows as well.
One of the main features and a popular area for guests is the spacious sun deck, and ideal space for relaxation and sunbathing.
SAGE’s beam-wide garage is accessible through the beach club and is equipped with a lateral hull full-size door and a special crane to launch the main tender. The garage also provides access to the machinery area through a control room, which normally is not found on a yacht of this size.
Attention as also been paid to the way the crew quarters were designed, where the pantry offers a large kitchen with natural light, a laundry room, a cabin for the yacht’s owner and two cabins for the crew; all located at the bow.
From the galley, situated on the main deck, both the crew and the guests have access to the bridge deck providing great visibility for the captain allowing for easy manoeuvrability in navigation or during mooring operations.