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Superyacht Centium sold

The 39.6 metre motor yacht Centium has been sold and renamed Silentworld II. She was listed for sale by Bill Thiem at Global Yachts while Kurt Bosshardt at Merle Wood & Associates introduced the buyer.

Built in steel and aluminium by Spanish yard Cies-Oassive to a design by Inigo Echenique and Lloyds classed, she was delivered in 2006. Centium has a flexible interior layout and her large decks are perfect for entertaining and al fresco dining. A rich cherry wood interior has accommodation for 12 guests in six cabins, including a very pleasant VIP suite on the on the upper deck and a master suite on the main deck with a Jacuzzi tub. There are four further cabins, all doubles, and all have marble en suite facilities.

Owners and guests will enjoy her comfortable ride, expansive deck areas and generous accommodation. Her propulsion is via twin 720hp Caterpillar engines giving her a range of 4,000 nautical miles at her cruising speed of 12 knots and she is fitted with zero speed stabilisers. MCA compliant, Centium has a Spanish commercial registry, enabling her to be chartered in Spanish waters.

Centium is one of the largest private yachts ever to be fully designed and built in Spain. She was built to commercial vessel standards by a very successful shipyard with over 30 years experience in large fishing, oceanographic and special use vessels. The yard has consistently built several vessels a year in steel and aluminum between 30 and 70 metres and won major Spanish government contracts in recent years.

Lying in Valencia, Spain,Centium was asking €7.9 million.

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