Luxury Yacht like Silver Fast are destined to lure in a new breed of owner. Beyond her sexy profile and cosy but cool interior by Vain Interiors, it’s a fast, functional and mould-breaking superyacht; the largest and fastest aluminium yacht with conventional propulsion, in fact.
Sleek and lightweight, she’s economical at high speeds (her maiden voyage from Western Australia to Sri Lanka, some 3,200nm, saw her average 17 knots and just 105 gallons per hour of fuel), she handles challenging conditions with ease and her shallow draft means she can access places that most of her size cannot.
Savannah is possibly Feadship’s most innovative luxury yacht ever. This sea-foam green superyacht can operate in diesel, electric, or hybrid modes and its entirely unique propulsion system can improve fuel economy by 30 percent when compared to traditional engines.
Other innovations include her striking ‘floating’ superstructure and a jaw-dropping underwater lounge inside the hull, which features a thick glass wall allowing guests to watch fish outside the luxury boat or watch swimmers in the pool during their yachting adventure.
A real golden girl, M/Y Azamanta broke boundaries when she was launched, becoming the world’s first fast displacement steel-hulled superyacht longer than 50m. Pioneered by Van Oosanen Naval Architects, the fast displacement hull form has traditionally used aluminium, but Azamanta’s ice-reinforced steel hull still exceeded the contractual speed by 0.4kts, reaching a top speed of 16.9kts.
This luxury yacht is also extremely efficient, ready to take her owners around the world.
Formerly known as Project Orchid, M/Y Lady Lara made by Lürssen is arguably one of the more elegant superyacht launches of recent times.
While at 91m she makes it into the top 100 largest luxury boats, her sweeping curves and sculpted superstructure ensure she looks far from awkwardly large.
At 63m with a gross tonnage of 1,463, Irimari is the largest luxury yacht to come from Sunrise and to be built in Turkey by volume. Designed for transoceanic range and long-distance cruising, she has been created as a veritable haven for her owner.
Large entertainment spaces, high-tech gaming and cinema rooms (there is a five-metre video wall and an interactive games room on the top deck), copper tones, complementary woods and bespoke pieces make this a superyacht you would happily never leave. A second 63m based on this platform is due for delivery later this year.
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