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Satori Yacht

Inspired by the understated elegance of 1920s and ‘30s-era sailing and oozing a bygone era of teak-and-mahogany elegance whilst also offering state-of-the-art modernity, Satori is no ordinary yacht.

At 41.5 metres, the yacht was built and designed in Bodrum, Turkey by owners Claus and Jeanette Thottrup who have a background in property development and fashion design. With the shape of a traditional schooner but all the amenities of a world-class racing yacht, Satori’s uncompromised attention to detail - from a free-standing walnut bathtub in the master bedroom to a hidden wine cellar beneath the stairs - make it one of the most elegant and unique charter yachts on the market.

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Satori Bedrooms

Satori accommodates as many as ten passengers in three double bedrooms, a spa suite with en-suite steam room that can convert to a queen-size bedroom, and a master suite that spans the width of the ship. Each bedroom offers ultimate comfort, with walnut panelling, orthopedic matresses, sepia-tinted marble en-suite bathrooms and expansive views out over the ocean. Stone coloured linen gowns, Pierre Frey linen fabrics, smart storage, Sonos surround-sound and Apple entertainment systems in each room further add to the sense of ultimate exclusivity on-board.

Satori Sailing

Satori’s real beauty is in its ability to truly sail whilst still offering ultimate on-board luxury. With custom North Sails of over 700 mq when set for full sail, Satori easily reaches 10 knots on open water. Below deck in sound-proofed engine rooms the yacht has back-up systems of everything from fresh water generators to engines, allowing you to safely sail to even the most remote islands without the need to dock.

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Satori Aesthetic

While Satori’s clever layout might be modern, the yacht’s aesthetic is undeniably vintage. The silverware is from the Italian navy, circa 1920, and the dining chairs on-deck are the same ones found at Harry’s Bar in Venice. Custom-made Pieter Adam lights are complemented by large-scale black-and-white photos from Greek photographers of the 1920s and ’30s - reproduced from the National Archives in Athens - and spread throughout the ship, capturing fishermen and sponge divers.

Satori Living & Dining

The expansive indoor living area has panoramic views of the sea and features a large, open-plan space with plush sofas, a writing desk area and a library. On the main deck, a professional kitchen overlooks the large mahogany bar and dining table which is situated in the centre of the yacht. Reflective of the Thottrups intention to create a sailing yacht that has at its heart a focus on the dining experience itself, the large mahogany tables proximity to the kitchen allows guests to see the food being prepared, interact with the chefs, and have an all-together more immersive experience. Chefs are trained at Michelin restaurants Meo Modo and La Bottega del Buon Caffè and prepare all on-board meals, from fresh breakfasts to gourmet dinners. An air-conditioned wine cellar with a 250-bottle capacity enables guests to store their own wine or enjoy a full wine-pairing service on board.

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The spacious bow deck acts as a seclusive lounge area during the day and at night transforms into an outdoor cinema. (A catalog of hundreds of films can be accessed on any of the yacht’s televisions via iPad controllers.) A second coffee bar and lounge area on the stern deck provide a cosy spot for relaxation or pre-dinner drinks, whilst the top deck offers sweeping space for private sunbathing. From the state-of-the-art outdoor cinema to the telescopic swim ladder that dips straight into turquoise waters, each detail encourages an ultimate harmony between luxury and nature.

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Satori Sports & Crew

Entertainment isn’t just limited to the cabins, with water toys and sports on-board including jet skis, canoes, ringoes, seabobs, wakeboards, an optimist sailor, McClaren GoCycles, snorkels and a jet tender all at the guests disposal. With a crew area carefully designed to provide air-conditioned cabins for up to nine staff, on-board hospitality is comprehensive, ensuring that if a number of the crew are hosting an excursion or assisting with water toys, there will always be full service capacity on deck.

In 2019 Satori is available for charter from mid-May with charter locations including: Malta, e Mediterranean, Italy, Ibiza, French Riviera, France, Greece, Cote D’Azur, Corsica, Antibes, Amalfi Coast, Italian Riviera, and the Caribbean.

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