The Saturnia superyacht was modeled and designed by the Lazzarini Design studio. With a length of 328 feet (100 meters), the superyacht has a private port that harbors several smaller yachts.
Its dual function means that it has a walkable deck space and openings on both sides that lift to expose the private port. Boats with a draft of up to 1.5 meters may dock within the private port or be loaded simply while the yacht is navigating.
The Saturnia superyacht is designed with dry carbon structures, making it 50% lighter than yachts of similar size, and can travel at a peak speed of up to 30 knots. It also has a glass-bottomed deck and a layout that can be customized to meet the demands of each owner. It can contain between 10 and 20 guest suites, as well as 20 staff cabins.
There are five floors inside, including a rooftop antenna/radar section. Its primary distinguishing factor is the elevated ceilings and large windows that create an amazing experience and connection to the sea.
Also, there are large sliding windows within the private port located at the center. These large windows are beneficial in providing a connection with the exterior environment.
The Saturnia superyacht is made with a pair of side diesel engines coupled with a central electronic water jet system for hybrid propulsion, allowing it to travel without emissions. Additionally, the main deck of the superyacht is surrounded by a pathway that allows visitors to access all deck areas onboard.
A wide rear section with lounge chairs and an alfresco eating area as well as a lounge on the top deck, all provide additional deck space.
Saturnia also has several high-end features, such as pools and outdoor eating spaces, an eVTOL springboard, and a fantastic glass-bottom lounge that offers exciting views of the surroundings.