Cecil Wright has today announced new pricing for the 36.12m 118’ 6” central agency sailing yacht, MISS SILVER, now asking EUR 7,950,000.

She is a fusion of three powerhouses of superyacht design and architecture: New Zealand based Alloy Yachts, the renowned builders of high-performance custom, aluminium sailing and motor superyachts, Dubois Naval Architects, the eponymous British sailing yacht designers, and Redman Whitley Dixon who consistently push the boundaries of yacht design, aiming for exceptional beauty and elegance.

She was built for an experienced owner who cherished her from delivery in 1995 until 2019, when she was purchased by her second and present owner. Designed as a fast cruiser, MISS SILVER’s sailing credentials remain unquestioned - most recently winning the 2020 Millennium Cup.

In 2021 she returned to Auckland for a comprehensive bow to stern refit which was completed in early 2022. The interior refit encompassed new joinery, fabrics, and furnishings, top of the range audio visual and IT equipment and a brand-new galley. Her exterior refit work included a full repaint, replaced decks, plus new sails, helm stations, control systems and bright work.

MISS SILVER can accommodate up to eight guests in four cabins with a crew of five to tend to guests with a high level of personal service.

Matt Ruane from Cecil Wright, representing the owner, said: “MISS SILVER is an exceptionally elegant, well designed sailing yacht. Presented in fabulous condition post-refit, she is a stand-out opportunity in her market segment. Following a very successful summer of cruising including an outstanding demonstration of her racing pedigree at the Superyacht Cup in Palma, her owners are now motivated to sell. She really does present beautifully, following a remarkably comprehensive 21/22 refit, inspection is highly recommended.”


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