77M FAST SEMI-DISPLACEMENT SUPERYACHT Silver Yachts (Hanseatic Marine) | From EUR€ 625,000/wk

Fast and sporty mega yacht with striking lines & exceptional amenities

77M FAST SEMI-DISPLACEMENT SUPERYACHT Silver Yachts (Hanseatic Marine) | From EUR€ 625,000 /wk

Built by Silver Yachts in 2015, the 77m/252ft Fast Semi-Displacement Superyacht is constructed entirely out of aluminium and features the naval architecture and exterior styling of Espen Oeino, who matched a silver hull with a superstructure of the same colour as well as a raked bow that produces a svelte, sporty appearance. The interiors are the work of Vain Interiors, who have styled the guest spaces and cabins in minimalist contemporary fashion with an Asian aesthetic in the creation of voluminous spaces. Up to 12 charter guests are accommodated over eight spacious en-suite guest cabins.

NOTABLE FEATURES OF THE 77M SUPERYACHT: ~Beach club containing gym and spa ~Formal dining area within a winter garden ~Sky-lit Master suite ~Abundance of sunbathing spaces across the decks ~Eight-person Jacuzzi on the sundeck


Guests arriving by tender will disembark onto the broad and deep swim platform, which is ideal for sunbathing beside the water's edge. From here, guests can enter the beach club or head up the stairs to the large main deck aft, which is laid out with soft sun pads along the stern. The sun pads join into the alfresco lounge, consisting of two sofas looking forward and aft around two coffee tables.

Up to eight guests can dine alfresco at the oval table on the upper deck aft under the shade of the sundeck overhang. After the meal, the group can remain outside and enjoy drinks from the sun pad-sofas along the stern. On the bow, there is a large helipad and when space is empty it can be used as an additional sunbathing area.

The sophisticated sundeck, usually one of the most popular hang-out areas during a relaxing charter vacation, uses a monochrome colour scheme accented with pale blue pillows on the forward and aft sun pads. To the aft there is a magnificent eight-person Jacuzzi with a glass side, while the central area contains a casual lounge comprised of armchairs and footstools. Guests can dine in the sunshine at the C-shaped setting with two large raised tables, which are positioned behind the forward sun pads.

Vain interiors chose warm wooden panelling with a striated effect to complement the off-white and earthy grey tones in the furnishings.

On the lower deck, there is a spacious beach club in the stern that contains a gym with spa massage room. Forward of this is the engine room and the guest accommodation amidships contains one double en-suite cabin and three twin en-suite cabins. Crew accommodation and facilities are located in the bow section.

On the main deck, the foredeck contains the tenders and motorised water toys, which are launched and retrieved using a Davit crane. Three of the double en-suite guest cabins are located on the main deck forward and amidships the hallways pass a day-head and staircase to connect to the large main salon to the aft. Within this room, there are two large symmetrical seating areas comprised of four sofas and four armchairs around two circular coffee tables.

Further aft, a media room provides a comfortable retreat for entertaining young family members during transit and make an excellent place for adults to rest after a busy day. The formal dining area is contained within the glass-panelled winter garden close to the stern and is furnished with an oval dining table to seat ten. The floor-to-ceiling glass windows can be opened up to the elements for greater connection to the environment while guests dine.

The two-tier upper deck places the helm station and the Captain's cabin on the lower level, and above a large Master suite, where guests will have spectacular forward views, a skylight and an en-suite bathroom with tub.


Type/Year:Silver Yachts (Hanseatic Marine)/2015 
Beam:10.00m (32' 10") 
L.O.A.:77.00m (252' 7") 
Max Speed:27 knots 
Engines:2 x MTU 16V 4000 M90 
Cruise Speed:25 knots 

The upper deck has a sky lounge that can be used exclusively by the guests using the Master suite or shared among the group. The sky lounge follows the same colour scheme as the main salon and contains an elongated sofa along the forward wall with a coffee table and a pair of armchairs completing the setting. Near the aft doors, there is a second seating area for guests to enjoy separate conversation and games.

2 x MTU 16V 4000 M90 engines of 4000 HP each provide a cruising speed of 18 knots and a maximum speed of 27 knots.

Yacht Charter Accommodation

The accommodation is designed to sleep a maximum of 12 guests across 8 en-suite cabins: 1 Master suite, 4 double cabins and 3 twin cabins, with 2 Pullman berths. The expert crew of 17 will ensure that everyone on board is well taken care of throughout the cruise.

Charter Amenities and Extras

2 x 7.4m built tenders with 220hp Volvo-Penta stern drive engines, 2 x Seadoo jetskis GTR 215 (3 persons), 2 x Seadoo underwater scooters RX1, 2 x paddleboards, 1 x kitesurf, wakeboards, waterskis and single skis, snorkelling equipment, towable toys

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EUR€ 625,000 - 675,000/wk

"People who charter a yacht tend to want as many experiences as they can in a short space of time. It’s essentially a vacation in compressed format, so the yacht needs to collaborate with you in that. You need lots of different places to eat on board, so every day offers something different. The yacht also needs to make getting ashore easy, for meals on the beach and excursions, so it feels like you never do the same thing twice." - Espen Øino

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