Millionaire hotelier Peter de Savary’s five-bedroom houseboat goes on sale for £2million

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 Millionaire hotelier Peter de Savary’s stunning five-bedroom houseboat, which boasts its own jacuzzi, dance floor and outdoor gym, has gone on sale for £2million.

The luxurious vessel named Savvy is currently anchored on Cadogan Pier in Chelsea, west London.

It measures 97 feet in length and is powered with a yacht motor, which means the new owner will be able to travel in luxury. 

The alfresco dining area has glass panelling, allowing those on board to enjoy meals whilst staying dry and taking in views.  

Peter de Savary's luxurious boathouse  that is currently anchored in Chelsea, west London is up for sale for £2million

Peter de Savary’s luxurious boathouse  that is currently anchored in Chelsea, west London is up for sale for £2million

The stunning five-bedroom superyacht named Savvy has a total of 29.75m in length and is powered with a yacht motor. Pictured the lounge area

The stunning five-bedroom superyacht named Savvy has a total of 29.75m in length and is powered with a yacht motor. Pictured the lounge area 

Mr de Savary has owned the beautiful floating home that comes with its own jacuzzi, dance floor and outdoor gym, since 2017

Mr de Savary has owned the beautiful floating home that comes with its own jacuzzi, dance floor and outdoor gym, since 2017

The alfresco dining area has glass panelling, allowing those on board to enjoy meals whilst staying dry and taking in views

The alfresco dining area has glass panelling, allowing those on board to enjoy meals whilst staying dry and taking in views

76-year-old Peter de Savary is best known for owning celeb haunt the St James's Club's in London, LA and Paris throughout the 1970s

76-year-old Peter de Savary is best known for owning celeb haunt the St James’s Club’s in London, LA and Paris throughout the 1970s

 Mr de Savary, 76, is best known for owning celeb haunt the St James’s Club’s in London, LA and Paris throughout the 1970s.

He owned Millwall Football Club 2005 to 2006 and now owns a chain of boutique spa hotels throughout the UK, which he runs with his wife Lana.

He has owned the houseboat since March 2017.

In 2005, the boat won International Superyacht Society Awards in Monaco. 

The houseboat is being sold by Waterview.

In 2005, the boat won International Superyacht Society Awards in Monaco. The houseboat is being sold by Waterview

In 2005, the boat won International Superyacht Society Awards in Monaco. The houseboat is being sold by Waterview

The stunning five-bedroom superyacht named Savvy has a total of 29.75m in length and is powered with a yacht motor

The stunning five-bedroom superyacht named Savvy has a total of 29.75m in length and is powered with a yacht motor

The stunning five-bedroom floating home, harboured in affluent Chelsea, has gone on the market for £2million

The stunning five-bedroom floating home, harboured in affluent Chelsea, has gone on the market for £2million

In 2005, the boat won International Superyacht Society Awards in Monaco. The houseboat is being sold by Waterview

In 2005, the boat won International Superyacht Society Awards in Monaco. The houseboat is being sold by Waterview

The stunning five-bedroom superyacht named Savvy has a total of 29.75m in length and is powered with a yacht motor

The stunning five-bedroom superyacht named Savvy has a total of 29.75m in length and is powered with a yacht motor

The stunning five-bedroom floating home, harboured in affluent Chelsea, has gone on the market for £2million

The stunning five-bedroom floating home, harboured in affluent Chelsea, has gone on the market for £2million

Soren Ravaux said: 'Few other boats offer the same combination of security and adventure, and as luxury yachts go Savvy is uniquely environmentally friendly'

Soren Ravaux said: ‘Few other boats offer the same combination of security and adventure, and as luxury yachts go Savvy is uniquely environmentally friendly’

The luxurious vessel named Savvy is currently anchored on Cadogan Pier in Chelsea, west London

The luxurious vessel named Savvy is currently anchored on Cadogan Pier in Chelsea, west London

The stunning five-bedroom floating home, harboured in affluent Chelsea, has gone on the market for £2million

The stunning five-bedroom floating home, harboured in affluent Chelsea, has gone on the market for £2million

Director Soren Ravaux said: ‘The number of houseboats in London has risen by six per cent since 2012.

‘The lifestyle is hugely appealing for those seeking fresh air and freedom, especially after the confinement we’ve all suffered in recent months.

‘At the same time residential moorings are few and far between, and so the Savvy represents a massive opportunity, coming with an excellent mooring in a great location at Cadogan Pier in Chelsea.

‘Few other boats offer the same combination of security and adventure, and as luxury yachts go Savvy is uniquely environmentally friendly.’

The stunning five-bedroom floating home, harboured in affluent Chelsea, has gone on the market for £2million

The stunning five-bedroom floating home, harboured in affluent Chelsea, has gone on the market for £2million

The luxurious vessel named Savvy is currently anchored on Cadogan Pier in Chelsea, west London

The luxurious vessel named Savvy is currently anchored on Cadogan Pier in Chelsea, west London

Soren Ravaux said: 'Few other boats offer the same combination of security and adventure, and as luxury yachts go Savvy is uniquely environmentally friendly'

Soren Ravaux said: ‘Few other boats offer the same combination of security and adventure, and as luxury yachts go Savvy is uniquely environmentally friendly’

In 2005, the boat won International Superyacht Society Awards in Monaco. The houseboat is being sold by Waterview

In 2005, the boat won International Superyacht Society Awards in Monaco. The houseboat is being sold by Waterview

The stunning five-bedroom superyacht named Savvy has a total of 29.75m in length and is powered with a yacht motor

The stunning five-bedroom superyacht named Savvy has a total of 29.75m in length and is powered with a yacht motor

The stunning five-bedroom floating home, harboured in affluent Chelsea, has gone on the market for £2million

The stunning five-bedroom floating home, harboured in affluent Chelsea, has gone on the market for £2million

Peter de Savary: The multi-millionaire hotel tycoon and former Millwall FC chairman who once led the British sailing team in its challenge for the America’s Cup

Peter de Savary, 76, is best known for owning celeb haunt the St James's Club's in London, LA and Paris throughout the 1970s

Peter de Savary, 76, is best known for owning celeb haunt the St James’s Club’s in London, LA and Paris throughout the 1970s

Millionaire Peter de Savary from Essex is an entrepreneur and a former Chairman of Millwall FC.

According to The Independent his net worth was estimated at £24million in 2013. 

He has  founded the worldwide St. James Clubs in London, Paris, Los Angeles, New York and Antigua and the Carnegie Club at Skibo Castle in Scotland, the venue for Madonna’s wedding. 

He has also owned Glenborrodale Castle in Scotland, Stapleford Park in England, Cherokee Plantation in South Carolina, Carnegie Abbey in Newport, Rhode Island, Bovey Castle and the Abaco Club in the Bahamas. 

Known as ‘PdeS’, Mr Savary led the British sailing team in its challenge for the America’s Cup in 1983. 

He has been married three times and has five daughters. 

Him, his wife and his three daughters survived a plane crash when their plane ditched into the sea near St. Barthelemy in the Caribbean in December 1987. 

He owns a chain of boutique spa hotels throughout the UK, which he runs with his wife Lana.

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