With plush furniture, floor to ceiling windows and chic colour schemes, these saloons are perfect for entertaining and relaxing in luxury at sea
With access from the cockpit via a sliding door on the main deck, the aft saloon of the Navetta 73 benefits from large windows that allow for stunning views. There is a formal dining area and galley forward and plenty of cabinets for storage. This is a light and modern saloon with a modern yet timeless feel.
A truly plus saloon that’s made for entertaining with plenty of space, luxurious furniture and floor to ceiling windows that allow for stunning views of the outside. With a cream, ebony, blue and dark wood colour scheme, the saloon of Sunseeker 131, one of the largest of the Poole’s shipyard’s fleet, boasts two sofas and two armchairs each side of the coffee table. This is a saloon that’s nothing short of impressive.
The newly launched Princess 55‘s main deck has an aft galley layout with a couple of shallow steps up to the saloon, which has sociable opposing seating. To port there’s the dinette with a handmade coffee table that, as an option, converts into a dining table. The large hull windows of the Princess 55 flood this cleverly designed and relaxing saloon with light.
Fleming 65 is built for long sea passages so it’s no surprise that space and comfort have been given special attention. Separated from the cockpit by four steps, the saloon is roomy and opulent with a L- shaped sofa and coffee table to port and two comfortable armchairs to starboard. Teak, deep carpets and precious upholstery give the saloon of the Fleming 65 an elegant and luxurious feel.
Riva 66 Ribelle
Recently launched, Riva 66 Ribelle is a striking flybridge, both inside and outside. The masculine elegance of its exterior can be seen inside too with the sapphire-blue, white, black and mahogany colour scheme. A large L-shaped sofa, coffee table and square stools make this a sociable space that enjoys plenty of light thanks to its large windows.
Galeon 640 Fly
The saloon of the Galeon 640 Fly is connected to the foredeck seating and table area by a section of windscreen that slides up to create a walkway, transforming the foredeck area into a wonderfully safe, private and versatile socialising space. This also creates a refreshing flow of air through the saloon. The dining area and galley are separate from the saloon which features a large sofa, coffee table and a bar. The space enjoys large side windows that bathe it in light. Muted colours give it a chic and elegant feel.
Azimut Grande 35 Metri
The winner of Motor Boat and Yachting Awards 2018 in the Custom Yachts category, Azimut Grande 35 Metri is certainly an impressive yacht, inside and out. Its interiors were created by furniture designer Achille Salvagni and the saloon benefits from huge floor to ceiling windows and modular furniture with a circular seating area and curved cabinets. There’s also a separate aft dining area for up to 12 guests.