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Need for speed?

10th Apr 2017

Yachts come in all shapes and sizes. And so do their engines. Some are fast, some are slow. But typically, the smaller the yacht, the faster the speed. 

Aside from the obvious - they look good and they offer a thrilling experience - sports yachts are incredibly practical. They provide you with the ability to move between ports and bays more quickly and easily than any other type of superyacht, allowing you to see more in less time.

45 knots

At 33m (107'11), the 2002 Sunseeker Casino Royale, features triple 16 cylinder MTU V16 2000 engines with Arneson drives, powering her to reach a maximum speed of 45 knots. Oozing sophistication and elegance, Casino Royale is the ideal superyacht for those guests with a need for speed.

36 knots

Launched in 2007 by ISA Yachts, the 36.45m (119'7) superyacht Canpark was built with high performance and speed in mind. Cutting gracefully through the water, she has the capability of cruising comfortably at 30 knots and can reach top speeds of 36 knots.

32 knots

When powered by her two MTU engines, the super luxurious 43.6m (143’) Silver Wind can reach speeds of up to 32 knots and cruise at 26 knots, while the electric mode offers quiet cruising at eight knots. Boasting an exquisite interior, she is the perfect yacht for guests looking for speed and style.

24 knots

At 47.25m (155'), the brand new Princess AVK benefits from all of the latest technologies and offers luxurious accommodation for 12 guests. She features the most optimised hull of any Sunseeker - reaching a top speed of 24 knots and is extremely efficient at low speeds, saving on fuel. 

Camper & Nicholsons has the best of both worlds in their charter fleet and your charter broker will be able to pair you up with the most suitable yacht depending on your requirements. 

For more information and for a full list of yachts that are available to charter, please contact your Camper & Nicholsons charter broker

by Camper Nicholsons

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