The 73.5-metre Silver Zwei, the world’s fastest long-range superyacht built by Hanseatic Marine, has been listed for sale via Burgess for €59 million.
Krass actually established Hanseatic in Australia specifically to build the sleek yacht to his exacting specifications.
She is also claimed to be the most fuel efficient, with a consumption of only 360 litres per hour at 18 knots extending her range to 4,500NM.
In its light, airy interior the yacht has accommodations for 20 guests in nine cabins including a large owner’s suite with private lounge and veranda deck. Earth tones and clean white spaces with orange accents abound.
Luxury touches are in ample supply including an open-air cinema and Jacuzzi on the sundeck, a large sunpad which converts to a dance floor with discotheque lighting and sound systems, a sea level beach club with integrated sauna, and “touch and go” helipad on the foredeck.
Equipped with advanced security and communications systems, she’s ready for a new billionaire owner to take charge.