Savannah was moored off Puerto Portals, Mallorca.

13-10-2019Gabriel Alomar

Savannah is a 84m megayacht built in 2015 at the Dutch Feadship yard in Aalsmeer, Holland.

The yacht is the first eco-friendly yacht built by Feadship, that blends a single diesel engine, three gensets, batteries, propeller, and azimuting pioneering electro-mechanical propulsion platform.

The hull is steel, while the superstructure is made out of aluminium with teak laid decks.

Savannah can accommodate up to 12 guests in 6 cabins with up to 24 crew.

Her facilities include a Swimming Pool, At Anchor Stabilizers, Gym, Lift, Tender Garage, Air Conditioning, Jacuzzi and Spa.

She is owned by Lukas Lundin, chairperson of Lundin Mining Corporation.


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James / Hace over 2 years

Ricky, you're right - they're trolling us. AND....if this boat is "eco", I'm a Chinese Aviator.


Caz Jennings / Hace over 2 years

Surely the term 'eco' is used ironically in this context. There can be nothing eco about a huge pleasure cruiser like this!


Ricky / Hace over 2 years

Ok, fellow yacht story haters, now we’re being taunted, surely?


Yogi / Hace over 2 years

And.......... what's the point? All gobbledygook technical specifications, but nothing much about why it's supposedly an "eco" boat.