Nowadays, creating a yacht that’s truly unique is a challenging feat, but this isn’t stopping numerous shipyards around the world from trying to push the boundaries of yacht making. The Save the Sea yacht might not turn many heads because of its looks, but it does have an ace up its sleeve that allows it to stand out among its peers. The secret consists in its powertrain, which is based on a trio of Volvo Penta 1200 engines paired to brand new Volvo IPS drivers.
Measuring in at 94 feet, the vessel is able to reach a top speed of 30 knots while using a third less fuel when compared to similar yachts. The Volvo IPS system makes sure that all three 900-horsepower engines sit directly above the rotating pods under the hull. The vessel’s five-stateroom configuration includes a master suite aft, which benefits from extra spaciousness thanks to the extra six feet freed up by the IPS system.
Even though it looks similar to other planning yachts, Save the Sea is still something to feast your eyes on. It comes with a carbon-fiber hard top, a large sunbathing area and a large sweeping window that makes sure that the main salon and dining room are bathed in natural light. Save the Sea is also large enough to accommodate a foldable 17-foot tender, which is always nice.