One of the world's fastest yachts has been unveiled, complete with on board car. See pictures of Silver Fast here.
Silver Fast has been launched by Silver Yachts and is quickly garnering praise for speed and style.
The 77-metre Silver Fast is the fourth and most advanced eco fuel-efficient vessel in the groundbreaking Silver Series. And she even has room for a Mercedes!
Silver Fast is priced at around £60 million and according to Silver Yachts, it can travel from Australia to Europe in 21 days with just one fuel stop.
Designed by Espen Oeino, and with a top speed of more than 27 knots, Silver Fast is the world’s largest and fastest aluminium motor yacht with conventional propulsion in terms of length to speed ratio.
“At 18 – 20 knots, the yacht is quiet and vibration-free making her perfect for fast and fuel-efficient long overnight passages with low noise levels around 40/45 decibels,” the company’s website claims.
Guest accommodation is spread over three decks in seven en suite cabins, ensuring privacy and plenty of open space.
The owner’s living space is across a full deck, with a spacious lounge leading to a private deck, and a luxurious cabin with 180-degree views, two en suites and a study area.
The on-water Beach Club space is set to be one of the yacht’s most popular areas, with a beauty salon, massage room, customised sauna and gym area all available.
There are also indoor-outdoor spaces on the main deck with sliding glass panels and air-conditioning for al fresco dining for up to 20 guests.
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