MISS SILVER yacht for sale
€ 5,950,000 (approx. $ 6,976,000)( VAT Paid )
Introducing 36m/118’ classic sailing yacht MISS SILVER, a sophisticated design thanks to a remarkable collaboration between Dubois Design and Alloy Yachts, one of the most prolific partnerships in yachting history. As the epitome of a performance cruiser, MISS SILVER has proven herself with worldwide cruising over 25 years.
MISS SILVER has returned to her birthplace of New Zealand for a complete refit including interior décor and fittings, new teak decks, complete repaint, mast service and rigging replacement, new Sails and systems maintenance and/or replacement as needed.
Her interior is bright and comfortable with contrasts between dark wood joinery and light-colored carpeting and fabrics. Her well-balanced interior configuration has been designed to comfortably accommodate up to 8 guests in 4 staterooms, comprising of a master suite, 1 double cabin and 2 twin cabins. She is also equipped to accommodate up to 6 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience.
MISS SILVER features a beautiful, raised saloon plus lower saloon design with an interior dining area for up to 10 guests. On deck, guests can relax in the shade under the covered cockpit, which also provides a wonderful al fresco dining area.
Offering remarkable performance and quality, MISS SILVER is robust, updated and has elegantly simple engineering systems.
She came in second place in the Mastercard Superyacht Regatta in Auckland, New Zealand in February 2021. MISS SILVER is being offered as a fully refitted sailing yacht fresh for new adventures worldwide.
- Refitted Dubois/Alloy sailing yacht
- Superb build quality
- Carbon fiber mast and furling boom
- Accommodates 8 in 4 staterooms plus 6 crew
- Spacious raised saloon design
- Going into shipyard mode in April for new decks, paint etc.
- Completely repainted
|Engines||1 x Lugger (570HP)|
2 x Northern Lights (33kW)
|Cruising/max speed||10 KNOTS (CRUISING) / 12 KNOTS (MAX)|
|Cruise range||2,101 nm|
|Exterior Designer||Dubois Naval Architects|
|Interior Designer||Redman Whiteley Dixon|