Saint features a displacement steel hull and aluminium superstructure, with teak decks. She was built to RINA (Registro Italiano Navale) ✠ HULL ✠ MACH, ych, AUT-UMS classification society rules, and is MCA LY2 Compliant.
SAINT is a three decker with steel hull and aluminium superstructure characterized by Vallicelli’s profile which blends dynamism and elegance. In this case too the ever famous characteristic stern stairway hasn’t gone amiss since it is both functionally elegant and stylish.
SAINT features an impressive double staircase running from the lower deck to the sun deck. Thanks to the presence of this stairway, the whole stern area is further embellished in an original way but also due to the “beach area” which is accessible from the stern platform through two large semicircular cut glass doors.
MY SAINT is cool on the outside yet warm on the inside.
The ‘homely’ touch has been fashioned using select designer furniture, fabrics, and finishes of Travertine and Jerusalem stone, grooved oak and flamed Brazilian rosewood.
Result is harmonious, elegant and sober and the decor has been limited to the alternating of just two essences in function of the spaces available with special care in setting up a lighting system which can convey the same brightness and serene atmosphere typical of a house.
Four guest cabins are situated amidships, two of which are doubles and two are with twin beds, a fifth double guest cabin is situated slightly forward of Centre.
Speaking of the bridge, the yacht’s navigational center is faced by large reverse-leaning glass for dominating views to the horizons afar and offering great near-yacht visualization for captain and his team. The main set-up is across five large monitors able to display navigation specific information. Or simple general awareness information like viewing the security cameras strategically placed around the yacht, inside and external.
The top deck houses the modern bridge with the helm/controls station situated in a predominating position from which there’s direct access to a technical room and to the captain’s cabin with dedicated bathroom.
More open air zones are to be found along the superstructure’s bow portion on the same level of the first upper deck where forward of the bridge and helm/controls station there’s a welcoming small lounge equipped with a divan and armchairs from which to enjoy the shelter offered from the wind and from the sun by deploying a quick to install awning which has been foreseen in the project.
Comprises six staterooms and five crew cabins. The main-deck master suite includes a private salon, an office, a dressing room, a bedroom, and a generous his and her bathroom featuring Jerusalem stone in the shower and the bath. The other staterooms reside on the lower deck and include two double and three twin en suite cabins. The decor is consistent with the rest of the yacht, and a rosewood staircase joins the decks.