Inside the glamorous 1970s celebrity party yacht Lady Sarya
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In 2020, Lady Sarya underwent an interior refit which added a decidedly polished finish to her already opulent retro design. Built by Rinaldo Gastaldi, the yacht has maintained the intricate details that mark her as a nostalgic twentieth-century vessel, such as the rich antiques and bespoke artisan woodwork guests will recognise from the 1978 film, The Greek Tycoon, based on Onassis’ life with Anthony Quinn. Other claims to fame are accommodating some of the most glamorous celebrities of the era, including Gregory Peck, Frank Sinatra, Michael Caine, Harry Belafonte and James Bonds Sean Connery and Roger Moore.
From the yacht’s main saloon to the upper bar lounge, Lady Sarya features many open spaces on board for unwinding, wining and dining. With six cabins able to hold up to 11 guests, she also features a sizeable master suite with a balcony door leading out to sea. Here, the 100 square metres of space is replete with cool and neutral tones which lend the boat an air of understated luxury. This room is also home to a substantial dressing suite of 23 square metres and two bathrooms.
Currently lying in Greece, Lady Sarya is listed for sale exclusively with PrivatSea. To find out more, visit the PrivatSea website here, or contact:
M: +30 6937359356
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