SARASTAR, the 60 metre Mondomarine flagship delivered to her Owner in 2017, is one of the world’s largest all-aluminum superyachts and created a buzz when the news broke that she was theatre of the Netflix’s Murder Mystery film shot in the very popular Italian location of Santa Margherita Ligure.
SARASTAR boasts equally dramatic and elegant lines creating a head-turning façade. Designed by Luca Dini, who also worked on the interior spaces of the yacht, she features some luxurious elements such as white onyx, beautiful marbles and semi-precious stones.
The exterior spaces of SARASTAR are alluring. Spanned across three decks, there are some fantastic amenities, ideal for dining alfresco, exercising and getting together with friends and family or relaxing. On the large open-plan sun deck we find with bar, dining facilities and lounging space, while the foredeck houses a helipad which doubles as a party zone to dance the night away on the dancefloor. The sizeable aft beach club with extensive swim platform invites guests to laze in the sun on its loungers at sea level.
A look inside the yacht reveals the eclectic interior created by the Italian team of Luca Dini’s designers who incorporated white onyx, exotic marbles, semi-precious stones and silk textiles against a masculine tonal palette with bursts of exotic colour. The same masculine colour scheme is present across all living spaces, including the spacious cabins. The extravagant master suite on the main deck has a drop down port side balcony and a private seating area whereas the guest accommodation is configured as four doubles and a twin. All three cascading decks have skylights that allow natural light to flow inside and the yacht's full beam sky lounge provides an exceptional communal space.
The stunning aesthetics of this all-aluminium semi-displacement yacht measuring 60.2 metres in length and with a 10.8 metre beam also house technical excellence. Powered by MTU engines of 3860 hp each giving her a maximum speed of 19.5 knots and a cruising speed of 18 knots, her maximum range is estimated at 4100 nautical miles. Sarastar is also equipped with a huge array of water toys to thrill and entertain guests, including two three-person wave runners, stand-up jet skis, two sea bobs, a kayak and a sailing dinghy, as well as a selection of towable inflatables and scuba diving equipment.
- LOA: 60.20m
- Beam Max: 10.80m
- Draft: 2.90m
- GRT: 973 GT
- Cruising Speed: 18.0 knots
- Max Speed: 19.5 knots
- Range: 4,100 miles at 12.0 knots
- Engine options: 2 X MTU 16V2000 M73L
- Staterooms: 5
- Construction: Aluminium alloy
Naval Architect: Mondomarine ENGINEERING
Exterior Designer: Luca Dini Design
Interior Designer: Luca Dini Design