German billionaire puts world’s fastest long-range superyacht on sale
Custom built in 2009 by Hanseatic Marine in Henderson, Australia for German eco-industrialist Guido Krass, the 73.5-metre Silver Zwei, the world’s fastest long-range superyacht. The luxury yacht has been now put on sale by the German billionaire via Burgess for €59 million (about $85 million). The yacht was designed by Espen Oeino to meet the highest standards of performance and environmental awareness. Silver Zwei is the fastest long distance cruising yacht in the world with trans-Atlantic range at 22 knots, and boasts a consumption of remarkable 360 liters per hour at 18 knots, which extends her range to 4,500nm.
She offers accommodation for up to 20 guests in her nine cabins, including a large owner’s suite with private lounge and veranda deck. The lavish guest cabins convert into four amazing VIP suites, which come complete with two bathrooms and a day room. Other highlights of the Silver Zwei luxury yacht include an open-air cinema and Jacuzzi on the sundeck, a large sunpad that doubles a a dance floor with discotheque lighting and sound systems, a sea level beach club with integrated sauna, and a “touch and go” helipad on the foredeck. Moreover, the yacht is fitted with state-of-the-art security and communications systems.