The two Dutch built superyachts Symphony and Savannah were recently spotted anchored off Antibes. The 101.5 metre Symphony is the largest vessel to have ever been delivered by the Dutch shipyard, and also the largest superyacht built in the Netherlands. She is designed to carry 36 passangers and complies with the new Passenger Yacht Code (PYC). The 83.25m Savannah is branded as an industry leading creation, featuring advancements in the field of hybrid propulsion technologies and on board guest interfaces. She is powered by a single Wärtsilä 2,415hp enginge, working together with three gensets and a modern battery bank, making her a truly eco-friendly yacht with fuel savings of up to 30%.
SuperYacht Times - The State of Yachting 2020
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