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The award-winning $100M Savannah is docked in Miami

The world’s first hybrid superyacht

The Savannah, a 274-foot vessel branded as the first hybrid superyacht in the world, has made its way to Miami, currently docked at the Island Gardens Marina on Watson Island.

Estimated to be worth around $100 million, the dynamic luxury ship has one of the coolest features we’ve come across: an underwater lounge, allowing its guests to view beneath the surface from inside the dry bowels of this spectacular superyacht.

Its owner is Lukas Lundin, chairperson of Lundin Mining Corporation.

In addition to its unique and fuel-efficient hybrid propulsion system, Savannah features a sleek and modern interior, winning several awards for design and style at the 2016 ShowBoats Design Awards.

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The Deck at Island Gardens

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