Just after the recent launch from the Savona yard, Mondomarine’s 60-meter Sarastar will make her debut appearance at the Monaco Yacht Show. Delivering a sophisticated dose of sporty elegance from the Mondomarine engineering team and the hand of Luca Dini, the dark blue semi-displacement hull boasts a number of unique design features, while the interiors display an intriguing mix of line and texture.

A forward full beam master on the main deck is joined by five guest cabins on the lower deck, welcoming 12 guests with distinctive style. Polished black surfaces harmonize with exotic textiles from Antico Setificio Fiorentino, threading metallics through the weaves, while lighting from Baldi sparks special moods. Jewel box baths, rare natural materials, semi-precious stones, and huge windows further harmonize the directives.


In unusual placement aside the wheelhouse, a stair leads to the sun deck, providing passage for both guests and crew. Skylights in the bridge decks open up spaces below to natural light from the sun deck to the beach club. Dramatic works of art feature into the design, creating focal points like the amber and smoke crystal scales hovering above the dining table and the Lorenzo Malfatti glass sculpture. Exceptional attention to important details is evident throughout the yacht. Even the crew quarters maintain the luxurious feel of the guest cabins.

With solid speed just under 20 kts, and a range of 4100 nm running around 12 kts, this 60-meter diva makes the most of her twin MTU 16V 4000 M73L diesel engines, powering guests to dream destinations while enjoying Sarastar’s own visions on board.