Price cut on Derecktor motor yacht Silent Wings II at Bradford Marine
by Malcolm MacLean
Built by US superyacht yard Derecktor to a design by Holland's Diana Yacht Design, Silent Wings II was delivered in 1990. A Dee Robinson interior employs fine English walnut joinery throughout, and the saloon has large opening windows plus a formal dining area for eight guests and ample storage for crockery, linen and crystal.
Six guests are accommodated in three staterooms. The main deck VIP suite could easily be used as a master stateroom with plentiful storage, a king size bed and its own separate door to the side deck. Access to the lower staterooms is via a spiral staircase to a full beam master suite with a king size bed and a large couch. There is also a twin cabin and all staterooms have en suite bathroom facilities.
A planing hull and twin 1,500hp MTU engines linked to water jets power Silent Wings II to a maximum speed of 12 knots and a cruising speed of nine knots.
Located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Silent Wings II is now asking $1,145,000.