Serengeti is a 39.62 metre semi displacement yacht built by the American Shipyard Westport in 2002 and refitted in 2010.
Named after the beautiful African Savannah, Serengeti is the best way to enjoy the great outdoors. Her interior, in cherry wood and granite, has been designed by Pacific Custom Design. The main saloon is decorated with an extensive collection of 19th Century nautical paintings which complement Serengetiís classic interior. On the upper deck, the sky lounge has massive windows which offer panoramic views.
Serengeti can accommodate up to 10 guests in five staterooms: 1 Master, 2 Double and 2 Twin. The full beam Master stateroom is located on the main deck. It features a California king size bed, walk in closet and his/hers bathrooms with shower and jacuzzi. The other guest staterooms are located on the lower deck; the twin cabins have an extra Pullman bed in each. All guest staterooms have ensuite with shower.
Serengeti cruising speed is 20 knots, with a maximum speed of 27 knots. She is also equipped with stabilisers at anchor.