She was built from fibre-reinforced plastic by the Italian yard to an Andrew Vallicelli design and was delivered in July 2014.
A high cruising speed of 26 knots only allows for a 540nm range. However, in hybrid mode she can travel 2,600nm at eight knots. Whilst there are limitations for long-range cruising, the hybrid option presents the owner with the best of both worlds, as she can reach a top speed of 32 knots if desired, but also cruise economically. The Siemens hybrid propulsion, supporting the two MTU 16V 4000 M93L diesel engines, has a supplementary bonus of significantly reduced noise when cruising at lower speeds.
Silver Wind joins fellow 2014 ISA build, 66.4m Okto on the re-sale market. Okto is currently listed with Fraser Yachts and will be at the Monaco Yacht Show in berth R04 at Quai Rainier 1er.
Year of build: 2014
CA: Worth Avenue Yachts and Camper & Nicholsons
Asking price: €16,500,000
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