Life Aboard Farfalla
Unlike her SW102 sisters, Farfalla has a raised saloon that's wider than the recessed saloons of Hevea and Almagores II. This offers guests plenty of room for socializing and relaxing on board. Having a raised saloon also makes the 270-degree panoramic coachroof windows more effective. They let light pour into the space while giving guests an opportunity to view the surrounding ocean without going above deck. That's a great way to satisfy curiosity and keep track of the yacht's journey.
The saloon has a dining table that sits up to ten people. Other guests can relax on the saloon's built-in couches. These features make the saloon the social center of Farfalla. The owner and his guests can enjoy each other's company in the comfortable protection of this spacious saloon.
Despite the larger saloon, Farfalla has the same light displacement as her sisters (65.5 tons), allowing her to travel in shallow waters that many yachts cannot pass safely. The captain doesn't have to worry about scraping Farfalla's bottom in shallow waters that would prove impassable for many ships. This feature means the owner can travel to practically any location in the world's oceans.
Attaching a kitchen to the saloon creates an open space that makes it convenient for guests to retrieve refreshments during their stay on the yacht. Owners who enjoy cooking can prepare fabulous meals in the fully equipped kitchen. The owner may also choose to bring his personal chef so everyone can enjoy gourmet cuisine during the trip.