SILVERTIP is a superlative sloop-rigged yacht launched in 2002. At 33.80m (110ft), she was designed by legendary naval architect, Ed Dubois, built in New Zealand by Yachting Developments and has numerous awards to her name for impeccable craftsmanship, interiors and performance.
SILVERTIP was the first yacht to win both the International Superyacht Society's Best Sailing Yacht and Showboats' Best Sailing Yacht awards in her class. She also won the NZ Millennium Cup in 2012 against much larger superyacht rivals, proving her prowess when it comes to speed and agility.
For her fortunate charter guests, SILVERTIP has three luxurious and comfortable cabins aft for a maximum number of six guests. There is a spacious master suite, along with a double and a twin, each with ensuite and decorated in neutral tones that highlight the use of golden timber.
Recently refit, SILVERTIP is immaculate throughout, featuring Swedish pear wood, a new Kaleidescape AV system, LED TVs, Apple TV and Crestron, as well as new teak decks, new electronics, rigging and sails. The saloon is divided into lounge and dining areas and is quite simple sumptuous – modern, elegant and bright with Scandinavian influences and a refreshing palette of pea-green and bold orange against the warm timber panelling.
On deck, the massive cockpit is comfortable and protected by a generous, folding sprayhood – the perfect vantage point for watching as the Captain, Blair MacLeod gets the best out of this impressive yacht which cruises at 10 knots. At anchor, the cockpit is a pleasant area for meals and relaxing on charter, with sunpads for bathing in the tropical warmth.
For active charter guests, SILVERTIP boasts an Aquapro 4.5m inflatable tender with Yamaha 60HP 4 stroke outboard, water ski equipment, wakeboard, kneeboard, fishing gear including game rods, snorkelling gear and six dive tanks, Stand Up Paddleboards, Canon underwater camera and a drone with GoPro 4.
Capable of accessing even the most remote reef atolls and inlets, SILVERTIP and her brilliant crew of four are willing and able to share their local knowledge of chartering in Fiji, French Polynesia, New Zealand and the South Pacific to ensure you take home the memories of a lifetime.