Silver Fast Superyacht

Jul 28, 2015

Category: Rides

Designed by Espen Oeino, Silver Fast is the fourth offering from the coveted SILVERYACHT series, and it’s the most advanced vessel yet.

Oeino left no stone unturned with this 252.6-foot beauty, outfitting the superyacht with everything from a helipad for landing your aircraft to the glass-fronted jacuzzi for letting loose. And while these amazing design elements are well worth noting, they aren’t the selling point the Silver Fast. This thing totes the title of the world’s largest and fastest aluminum motor yacht, reaching speeds in excess of 27 knots with cruising speeds of 20-22 knots. And thanks to its shallow construction, this massive yacht can access waters that similarly sized yachts wouldn’t dare to explore. There are eight cabins located on the boat offering up accommodations for 18 guests, a massive indoor/outdoor dining area with sliding glass panels, and a full spa that includes a sauna, steam rom, gym, massage room and beauty salon. This yacht will set you back a cool $86 million. [Purchase]

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