A Zen Buddhist word that means “the state of sudden, indescribable, intuitive enlightenment”, Satori was launched by the team behind the Tuscan estate, and passengers on-board can sail assured of an equal level of service and concierge activities.
The hand-built wooden schooner may exude an atmosphere of bygone glamour
in its glossy mahogany décor and old-fashioned deck chairs, but the
features on-board are comfortably modern, vaunting marble bathrooms,
in-room bar fridges, free-standing walnut bathtubs, an open-air cinema, a
spa cabin, Wi-Fi, top-range water and land toys, and last but not least
– Michelin-quality cuisine and a 200-bottle wine cellar.
When calling at some of the Mediterranean’s most sought-after destinations – Greece, Italy, France, to name a few – the concierge can deftly coordinate shopping excursions and gastronomic journeys, privately guided cultural tours, or even swap sea for sky with a helicopter flight. And although the vessel can host up to 10 guests in addition to the crew, sun-lounging privacy can be found on the front deck with a sunbed that’s ample for two and beckons lazy afternoons, while thoughtfully designed spaces throughout separate the crew from guests.
Length: 41.5 metres
Beam: 7.55 metres
Draft: 3.8 metres
Maximum speed: 10-12 knots
Range at 12 knots: 3,000 nautical miles