The loft concept in the stunning main salon of the Esense works a treat.
The twin double guest cabins are one to port and one to starboard and both feature two single beds that can be joined together to become a queen size bed.
The slick galley.
The Saudade is slightly larger than the Esense, a true ocean-going mega yacht perfect for round-the-world cruising.
The deck is characterised by the low and aggressive pilothouse, that perfectly matches the sleek lines of the yacht.
The central social cockpit features two identical dining areas with fold down tables, seating up to 12 people.
It features a wide glass sliding door that gives access to the main saloon and floods the interiors with natural light along with the large windows of the deckhouse.
The opening transom with swimming platform. One of the two tenders is stored in the stern garage, that opens up laterally; the tender is launched with a small crane.
The raised saloon has a 360 degree view and features the dining area to starboard and the lounge to port side. Both living areas are framed by sofas.
The lounge area to port seating up to 12 people and featuring a 40’ LCD screen that rises from behind the centre sofa.
The dining area seating eight people is to starboard. Bookshelves flank the wide glass doors, which lead aft to the large cockpit only three steps above the saloon level.
The master suite is aft with the bed to port and the lounge area with a desk to starboard, and includes two large dressing rooms and a companionway for direct access to the aft deck.
The owner’s suite lounge area.
The master’s en-suite bathroom with a free-standing bathtub, a large shower room and two basins is to the starboard side of the owner’s suite.
The owners’ office with sofa and another en-suite bathroom can be accessed both from the master suite and from the corridor and can be converted into an additional guest cabin with two bunks if required.
The two double guest cabins with en-suite bathrooms feature twin beds that easily convert into a double. Both have pulman beds above the portholes.
Dark-stained oak floor planks with textured sea grass carpets, are used for the guest cabins.
The guest en-suite bathrooms.
The galley and pantry are fully equipped for long journeys. Either yacht would be the perfect venue for the next Hedgies blogging 'Convention'. I have no doubt, if I asked nicely, dear Luca would be happy to loan us one. After all, think of all the publicity we could give him!