Smeralda, the third superyacht in the multiple award-winning Silver Series designed by Espen Øino, was successfully launched by her builder Hanseatic Marine March 17.
With her distinctive hull lines and sleek profile, this vessel represents the ground-breaking superyacht concept which combines unprecedented levels of speed and performance with long range cruising capabilities.
The 77-meter Smeralda is equipped with a more powerful engine than her older sisters, with top speeds estimated to reach 30 knots. It’s a prime example of a typical Silver Series megayacht, which are characterized by lightweight aluminium construction and an advanced hull and engineering platform.
The largest superyacht ever to be built in Australia boasts a sophisticated Italian-styled contemporary interior was designed by Andreas Holnburger of Vain Interiors in Germany and features American walnut panelling, high gloss lacquers, and innumerable custom finishes such as sculptured carpets, woven leathers and artisan stonework.
The best part of the boat is arguably the windows in the main saloon that offer panoramic views of the open sea and a plethora of natural light. Nine cabins contain spacious guest accommodations and the owner’s apartment ccupies the entire upper deck level and features a large private aft facing deck area.
Smeralda’s other unique features include a large air-conditioned alfresco dining area with removable glass panels is situated on the main deck aft, helicopter touchdown pad, glass-fronted deck jacuzzi, outdoor cinema, outdoor nightclub sound system, large forward gull-wing doors which house the vessel’s inventory of water toys: 2 x 7.3m tenders, jet skis and Sea Bobs as well as the expansive sea level ‘Beach Club’ which provides a day spa complete with saunarium.
Smeralda is for sale through Burgess as Central Agents.
Source: Superyacht Times