SALUZI was built by the Austal shipyard in 2003 as a small luxury cruise ship for Polynesia service. In 2013, she has been completely refitted by Horizon, becoming an unique and highly stylish floating beach house with very low fuel consumption. Saluzi is currently the biggest luxury charter yacht permanently based in Asia, with over than 1,650 sqm of guest space spreads on five decks that also comprise landscaped terraces, spa, karaoke bar, nightclub and an open air cinema.
L.O.A.: 69.10m (226' 71")
Beam: 13.80m (45' 28")
Draft: 2.40m (7' 87")
Naval Architect: Austal
Hull Construction: Aluminium
Hull Configuration: Semi displacement
Main Amenities: Air Conditioning, WiFi, Jacuzzi, Gym Equipment, Stabilisers at Anchor
Available In: Singapore, Maldives, South France & Corsica , Vietnam, Seychelles, Europe, Indonesia, Dubai & Abu Dhabi, Italy & Sardinia, Greece, Thailand, Asia, Turkey, Burma (Myanmar), Balearics, Malaysia, Middle East, Croatia, Indian Ocean
Cabin Configuration: 11 Double, 5 Twin
Guests (Sleeping): 32
According to a Chinese legend, Saluzi was a war horse of Li Shimin, the Emperor of Tang, while fighting against Wang Shicong in Mangshan Mountain, in Luoyang. In the middle of the ferocious fighting, Li Shimin was separated from his soldiers and Saluzi was shot by an arrow. Despite his wound, Saluzi managed to carry the Emperor to safety, and become a Chinese legend. The artwork featured on the hull of luxury superyacht Saluzi was created by the well known Chinese artist, Li Jiwei.
SALUZI is cruising through out south East Asia this winter and will be relocating to the Mediterranean for summer 2017.