Silver Fast to make her Asian debut in Singapore
Published: Monday, 27 March 2017
Silver Yachts will stage the Asian debut of the 77m Silver Fast at the Singapore Yacht Show (April 6-9). She will be the largest yacht to be displayed at the show.
(Photos: Silver Yachts - 77m Silver Fast)
The Espen Øino-designed motoryacht is the largest vessel to be built by SilverYachts to date and was crowned 'Best Custom Build Yacht’ at Asia Boating Awards 2015.
Guido Krass, owner of SilverYachts, commented: “We have chosen to bring Silver Fast to SYS 2017 as we know there are plenty of potential buyers in the region, and we are impressed with the growth and calibre of visitors to this event.
“Our yachts are ultra-modern in design and aesthetic but also in technology and operation. We know they will appeal to the dynamic, vibrant clientele in Asia, and the Singapore Yacht Show is clearly the proven platform in the region for accessing those individuals.”
Silver Fast has technical capabilities to live up to her name. Fuel efficiency and sustainability were high on the agenda for this project, and is capable of completing the passage from Australia to Europe in just 21 days with a single fuel stop.
She can reach a top speed of 27 knots, with a range of 4,500nm at 18 knots and 6,000nm at 14 knots. Available for sale and for charter, she is built compliant with the Large Yacht Code and Solars standards. She accommodates up to 16 guests, with an owner’s apartment including a lounge and a large private deck beneath the sun deck, three VIP cabins and four guest cabins.
Sales Director Jona Kan said: "She is a super-sleek, eco-friendly and modern yacht whose construction and design give her ocean-going capabilities that push the boundaries of yachting.
“We believe that Asian yacht buyers will be impressed with the simplicity, efficiency and speed of our yacht, and we also believe that the Singapore Yacht Show is the best regional platform for those buyers to network with the industry and make the best, most informed choice for their yachting future."