Delivered by the Italian shipyard in 2018, the yacht forms part of Baglietto's 48-metre T-line series. While the steel-hulled vessel's naval architecture and interior are designed by Baglietto, the exterior is the work of Francesco Paszkowski. The liberal use of glass and floor-to-ceiling windows results in panoramic views and an abundance of light throughout, enhancing Silver Fox's strong theme of being connected to the sea.
Silver Fox has maintained her original ownership with a longstanding crew and had a full repaint in 2020. She is fully MCA compliant and her five-year class survey is scheduled for Autumn 2023, ensuring she is in turnkey condition for her next owners.
Accommodation is for a party of 12 guests across five cabins, including a master suite on the main deck. Four additional guest cabins can be found on the lower deck, comprising two doubles and two twins. She has proven a very successful charter option on both sides of the Atlantic with help from her clever cabin arrangement and spacious 140-square-metre sun deck, which is the largest in her class.
Silver Fox offers multiple al fresco spaces, including the partially protected sundeck with a large dining table, ample lounging areas and a Jacuzzi to allow a reprieve from the sun.
Below, the beach club houses a gym leading to a sizable fold-down platform, which is ideal for water sports. Encouraging fun in the sun, she comes with two tenders and a fully stocked toy box – including jet skis, Sea bobs, flyboards and kayaks.
Power comes from a pair of 2,250hp Caterpillar 3512C engines, with a top speed of 18 knots and a cruising speed of 12.5 knots.
Silver Fox is asking €24,500,000 and will be on display at the upcoming Monaco Yacht Show.Read More/The biggest yachts for sale at the Monaco Yacht Show 2023