Hosting up to 12 guests, Sanjana is a wonderful yacht for large groups with children and families, thanks to her flexible cabin arrangements and safety features. She is equipped with safety locks and doors throughout her interior, as well as safety nets on the main deck and the sun deck.
A full-beam master on the main deck Vast upper deck including a bar, large sunbeds and dining area for 12 Additional sleeping space for two guests in the main salon The flybridge is the perfect blend of dining and relaxation space Children friendly Economical to runtop speed is 26 knots, and is powered by two MTU diesel engines.
VAST UPPER DECK INCLUDING A BAR, LARGE SUNBEDS AND DINING AREA FOR 12
ADDITIONAL SLEEPING SPACE FOR TWO GUESTS IN THE MAIN SALON
THE FLYBRIDGE IS THE PERFECT BLEND OF DINING AND RELAXATION SPACE
ECONOMICAL TO RUNTOP SPEED IS 26 KNOTS, AND IS POWERED BY TWO MTU DIESEL ENGINES.
A modern interior designed by Evan K. Marshall, her layout includes a full-beam master on the main deck, with a vast ensuite bathroom and walk-in closet. Two of her cabins also have the option to become triples, which are perfect for children. The communal spaces are tastefully decorated, with wooden elements and touches of color. The main salon has a large casual seating area as well as a formal dining space, and this can also be converted into an additional sleeping space for two guests.
Moving outside through the large, glass sliding doors, the aft deck has stunning panoramic views to enjoy. A beautiful dining table offers guests the opportunity for alfresco living, as they can have breakfast, lunch and dinner while taking in the ocean surrounding them. Upstairs, the flybridge is the perfect blend of dining and relaxation space, with large sunbeds, a bar, and a seating area for 12. For those looking to soak up the Greek sun, there are further sunpads forward.
Sanjana is equipped with all the modern amenities and AV that guests require, including a Playstation 3. She also has a range of the latest tenders and toys, for long days spent out on the water.
Excellently-maintained, with a crew of five, Sanjana was built by Leight-Notika in 2004. She has a top speed is 26 knots, and is powered by two MTU diesel engines.