SILVER FAST yacht is Guido Krass’s magnificent $75 million superyacht. The yacht is at the forefront of technology, design, and luxury with its striking aluminum exterior, designed by Espen Oeino.
She is a 2 Silver II model from Silver Yachts and features interior design from Vain Interiors. She was launched in 2015 from the Australian shipyard and continues to be a cutting-edge yacht on the water.
|Interior Designer:||Vain Interiors|
|Price:||US$ 75 million|
|Annual Running:||US$ 7.5 million|
SILVER FAST yacht interior
SILVER FAST yacht features an interior design from Vain Interiors, in a contemporary design with luxurious leathers, opulent fabrics, and wood paneling.
She has accommodations for up to 18 guests in 8 staterooms, with an owner’s apartment, three VIP guests suites, one double guest cabin, two twin cabins, plus a Pullman berth. There are accommodations for 16 crew members.
The owner’s deck has a massive stateroom with a separate salon and outdoor area to enjoy. The VIP cabins are also on the main deck, and all have ensuite bathrooms.
The main deck features a lounge and dining areas for guests to enjoy relaxation time and meals together.
There is a theatre room on this deck where guests can enjoy a movie night after a fun day of adventuring on the waters.
A winter garden is also located on this deck. The SILVER FAST yacht also features an impressively sized beach club for the perfect indoor/outdoor relaxation area.
There is also a touch-and-go helipad on the upper deck. Adding to the luxury is a massage and beauty treatment room and a sauna.
The impressive features continue with a customized eight-person jacuzzi, a bar, and a lounge on the sundeck. These features are perfect for experiencing the most luxurious super yachting lifestyle.
The fun continues in the water with Seadoo jet skies, underwater scooters, wakeboards, scuba diving, snorkeling equipment, and many towable water toys.
The tender garage is on the main deck and features two custom tenders that are only luxury.
The exterior of the SILVER FAST yacht was penned by the impressive Superyacht designer Espen Oeino.
She was built by the Australian shipyard Hanseatic Marine, now known as Silver Yachts.
Naval architecture was a combined design of Espen Oeino and Silver Yachts. She is a 2 Silver II model, a signature yacht from the Australian shipyard.
SILVER FAST was launched in 2015 and was the most advanced in the Silver Yachts series.
Her exterior is striking on the water with her silver hue, as she has an aluminum superstructure and hull.
The SILVER FAST yacht is a 77m superyacht with a 10m beam and a 2.56m draft. She has a volume of 952 gross tons, which is a low displacement for a superyacht of her capacity.
The owner describes the build of SILVER FAST as a bit like a Porsche or Ferrari with a small body, a lot of technology, and not a lot of weight.
She features 2 MTU engines which give her a maximum speed of 27 knots.
She has a cruising speed of 25 knots and a range of 4000 nautical miles. She is MCA compliant and is a Lloyd’s register class yacht. The $75 million yacht has an annual running cost of $7.5 million.
The SILVER FAST yacht is Guido Krass’ $75 million superyacht. Krass is the owner of the Silver Yachts shipyard.
He has an estimated net worth of $500 million, but there are reports that state he is a billionaire.
While the SILVER FAST was listed for sale in 2018, it remains unclear if she has been sold. Krass is the owner of the BOLD yacht and states that he “always have one boat in use, one boat in build, and one boat in the design and engineering phase.”
As he owns BOLD, he has likely sold SILVER FAST, but it is unclear to whom.
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