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Meet ‘Saluzi,’ a 226-Foot Superyacht With Graffiti Artwork on Its Hull

Meet ‘Saluzi,’ a 226-Foot Superyacht With Graffiti Artwork on Its Hull


Camper & NIcholsons

Standing out from the crowd is not every yacht owner’s desire, but those that court the spotlight often do so in style. Hong Kong billionaire Victor Hwang, owner of the 226-foot Saluzi, made sure his boat makes a statement in a sea of white by graffitiing the hull with bright-pink artwork by Beijing-born artist Li Jiwei.

It’s not just the exterior that catches the eye. Guests on board are treated to a vibrant beach-house interior. Hwang’s “East meets West” theme is found in the contemporary furniture and Asian artworks. In contrast to the all-white sundeck, the main deck lounge enjoys rainbow LEDs and brightly patterned soft furnishings. The chairs on the upper deck are unique works of art, while the VIP cabins are distinguished by their vibrant pendant lights.

And then there are the guest staterooms. Unlike most yachts that accommodate a maximum of 12 people, Saluzi sleeps a whopping 32 guests, matched by the same number of crew for a 1:1 ratio of service. It’s available to charter through Camper & Nicholsons.

Here are 10 interesting details on the world’s only graffitied superyacht,



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