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Two ‘Life Butlers’ included in Saluzi charter

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M/Y Saluzi, a 226-foot (69m) Austal launched in 2003, is offering charter guests an extra treat this season. Through a partnership with luxury lifestyle services company Life Butler International, clients will have the opportunity to have two “Life Butlers” on board Saluzi during their charter at no extra cost.

Life & Dive Butler’s network of butlers are wellness and diving experts chosen for their skill, talent, charisma and passion, according to a company press release.

Depending on clients’ interests, they may embark on a themed voyage, such as “Healthy Indulgence,” “Wellness” or “Adventure.” Or they can take the a-la-carte approach, selecting two butlers whose specialties hold particular appeal for that party. Butlers can be selected from the following variety of specialist fields:

  • Scuba diving
  • Free diving
  • Marine biology
  • Kite-surfing
  • Surfing
  • Videography/photography (edited personalized video/photos)
  • Martial arts
  • Specialty chef
  • Sommelier
  • Mindfulness and meditation
  • Yoga instruction
  • Pilates instruction
  • Golf pro instruction
  • Destination curator

All activities are tailored to guests’ interests, wishes and level of ability. The two chosen butlers are accommodated in one guest cabin throughout the charter. Saluzi is available for charter in the Mediterranean through Camper & Nicholsons.

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