Formerly known as Blue Harem, the 42.1 meter (138-foot) Life Saga is an incredibly stylish luxury yacht with beautiful interiors. Built in 1994 by Heesen Yachts in Oss ( Netherlands ) she was refit in 2012by Pastrovich Studio.
A luxury yacht which offers a contemporary lifestyle experience
Despite the fact that the renovation of Life Saga took place some time ago no pictures were available until recently. Stefano Pastrovich was in charge for the refit of the interior design.
This luxury yacht can accommodate up to 12 guests in 5 suits comprising 1 owner cabin, 2 double cabins, 2 twin cabins. She is also capable of carrying up to 8 crew members on board to ensure a relaxed experience. The saloon and dining area of Life Saga were redesigned as two separate and symmetrical round areas.
The designer explained that this is his personal interpretation of the geometrical rules invented during the 5th Century. He divided the plan view in 12 equal sectors of 30 degrees and each one of them has a separate meaning and follows a different rule – some sectors hide the view while others allow the sea view to become a part of the design.
A creative lighting above and beneath the furniture accents the interior and can be changed in accordance with the mood or the desired ambience.
Elegant chic on board of a luxury yacht
The saloon and aft deck of the super boat are visually connected and the traditional teak deck elegantly transits into a teak flooring and enhances the feeling of indoor-outdoor area. The sliding screens give the opportunity to close off the dining area.
An original feature of this particular area is that it could be used as a TV room with an option to lower the dining table. The whole seating area can be rotated to face aft at a wish. And the biggest and most spectacular transformation aboard this luxury yacht is in the sky lounge which is called “The Jaguar Lounge” and features furs, fine quality fabrics and creative interior lighting.
The master bedroom is designed in warn calming tones and so are the guest bedrooms. Wheelhouses should be designed as a place for pilots, not a place for drinking champagne. The wheelhouse was given a modern look with carbon fiber dashboard and LED screens and lighting.