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Silveryachts superyacht Silver Fast for sale

The 77 metre motor yacht Silver Fast has been jointly listed for sale by Burgess and BehneMar.

Designed by Espen Oeino, she was built in aluminium by Australian yard Silveryachts and delivered in 2015 as the fourth and most advanced yacht in this series. She is the world's largest and fastest aluminium motor yacht with conventional propulsion, capable of speeds in excess of 27 knots, and a long range cruising capability up to 6,000 nautical miles at 14 knots, powered by twin MTU 16V 4000 M90 engines.

Accommodation is for 18 guests in eight cabins laid out as a master suite with lounge and large private deck; three double VIP guest cabins, one double guest cabin and three further twin cabins, all with en suite bathroom facilities.

The sun deck of this yacht for sale features an outdoor cinema and a glass-fronted eight person Jacuzzi, and her expansive beach club is complete with entertainment equipment and a full spa area including a sauna, steam room, gym, massage room and beauty salon. Her aft deck has a stunning 'winter garden' with wraparound sliding glass panels and air conditioning, providing the owner with an indoor or outdoor dining option for up to 20 guests. The forward ‘touch and go’ helipad is suitable for helicopters up to an Augusta 109 or an EC135.

En route to Monaco,Silver Fast will be available for client inspections from 21 July onwards and is asking €79.5 million.

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