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Price cut on Pithak sailing yacht Silverlining

The 31.4 metre sailing superyacht Silverlining has had a $300,000 price reduction at Northrop & Johnson.

Launched in 2011, this Pithak-built sailing superyacht has sailed over 50,000nm and visited more than 50 countries. Most of the cruising has been completed by a family with two young children, proving her to be a reliable family cruiser.

Designed inside and out by Sparkman & Stephens, this aluminium sloop rigged yacht has a classic interior and accommodates eight guests in four staterooms on the lower deck. The owner’s cabin is aft and full beam, featuring his and her desks, a queen size bed amidships and an en suite with a glass feature shower and solid teak bath. The main guest suite is located starboard with an en suite and a queen size bed. One guest cabin is fitted with a double bed and the other with twin bunks, and both are located to port.

The raised saloon on Silverlining has a dining table for eight with an inside helm station and wine bar, and below in the lower saloon sits a L-shaped couch and lazy boy style chairs. The main deck has a large aft cockpit that encapsulates a L-shaped settee and a dining table that can seat eight.

Silverlining comes with an inflatable kayak, snorkelling gear and a dive compressor with four sets of scuba gear.

Located in Thailand, Silverlining is now asking $2,500,000.

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