Camper and Nicholsons

Silver Wind: New to the charter fleet

12th Mar 2015

The 43.63m (143'1) motor yacht SILVER WIND joins the Camper & Nicholsons charter fleet. With bold and dramatic exterior lines by Andrea Vallicelli, this superyacht is one of the best looking yachts currently cruising the seas.

Incorporating the newest technologies in yacht design and operation - electric power enables her to run silently at 8 knots and her crew are just an iPad touch away through an advanced system by Videoworks - there is no denying Silver Wind is one of the most advanced superyachts in the world.

Her long list of adaptations and clever features are evidence that this yacht was made for an extremely experienced and discerning owner. One such standout feature is her split level master suite on the main deck, a layout that connects the bedroom via a private staircase to the wellness room on the lower deck. The VIP stateroom is equally spectacular and comprises stunning golden tiles which frame a large bed. Two further guest rooms are located on her lower deck and they display beautiful bespoke mosaics in their en-suites, comprised of individual tiles handpicked by Italian company Sicis.

Interesting detailing and rich materials are running themes throughout this yacht and the incorporation of Lalique, Hermes silk wall panels, high gloss ebony and Canaletto walnut, adds depth and texture to her serene and inviting Nuvolari Lenard interior.

Silver Wind's outside offerings are just as exceptional as her interior. A fully custom-made and pioneering bridge enables her to run seamlessly while her top deck, comprising vast sunpads, bar and shaded dining table, is a relaxation haven. She also houses all the water sports and equipment you would expect from such a state-of-the-art yacht.

This yacht is available to charter in the West Mediterranean at a weekly rate starting from €135,000. 

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Equally advanced and innovative as she is beautiful, this superyacht effortlessly combines style with substance.