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Inside the world's largest and fastest aluminium motor yacht

Luxury yacht will be on show at the Dubai International Boat Show

Inside the world's largest and fastest aluminium motor yacht
Australian luxury yacht builder Silver Yachts has revealed its most advanced, eco-fuel efficient vessel Silver at the Dubai International Boat Show. We take a look inside the 77 metre yacht:
Inside the world's largest and fastest aluminium motor yacht
Designed by world-famous yacht designer Espen Oeino, Silver Fast is reportedly the world’s largest and fastest aluminium motor yacht. It boasts a sleek contour and hull lines with a striking all dark silver paint.
Inside the world's largest and fastest aluminium motor yacht
At 77 meters, it achieves a top speed of over 27 knots in optimal conditions and is also the fastest long range cruising yacht – 4,500 nautical miles at 18 knots and 6,000 nautical miles at 14 knots.
Inside the world's largest and fastest aluminium motor yacht
Its accommodations are spread across three decks, in seven en suite cabins. At 18 - 20 knots, the yacht is quiet and vibration-free, with low noise levels around 40/45 decibels.
Inside the world's largest and fastest aluminium motor yacht
Of particular note is the owner’s living space. Spread across a full deck, it boasts a spacious lounge leading to a private deck and luxurious cabin with 180-degree views, his and hers en suites and a study area.
Inside the world's largest and fastest aluminium motor yacht
All interiors are designed in luxurious furnishings.
Inside the world's largest and fastest aluminium motor yacht
Indoor and outdoor dining options are available on the main deck with wraparound sliding glass panels and air-conditioning (just in case it gets too hot) and has a capacity for 20 guests.
Inside the world's largest and fastest aluminium motor yacht
The sundeck provides for an outdoor cinema to be viewed from the glass-fronted 8 person Jacuzzi. The Dubai International Boat Show will take place from February 28 to March 4 at Dubai International Marine Club, Mina Seyahi. It is set to feature 450 boats and watercrafts at an estimated $408m (AED 1.5b) in value.