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40m superyacht Silentworld sold to Hong Kong owner 

She will shortly arrive into the SAR before spending time cruising in Southeast Asia

author icon By APB Staff | 29 July 2021

SILENTWORLDThe 40-metre Astilleros M. Cies superyacht Silentworld, which had been one of the largest yachts for sale in the Pacific region, has been sold to a Hong Kong owner.

During the in-house deal, the buyer was represented by Adam Blackmore and Jacqueline Lee of Fraser Hong Kong, with the seller represented by Fraser Australia brokers Peter Redford and Eugenio Cannarsa.

“It was a pleasure to work closely with the clients to search and acquire their first yacht,” Blackmore told Asia-Pacific Boating. “It had been a family dream for many years to own and explore the oceans. Helping them make this a reality is a career highlight for me. Eugenio and Peter’s team were the icing on the cake. Their level of professionalism and clarity at all times no doubt helped to facilitate such a complex deal.”

Built by Spanish yacht manufacturer Oassive, Silentworld has state-of-the-art amenities, including six ensuite staterooms that can accommodate 12 guests. The master suite boasts floor to ceiling windows, while the sundeck offers a full-size whirlpool bath. 

I can’t wait to see the yacht cruising the waters around Hong Kong before exploring the Philippines and Indonesia

She is equipped with state of the art dive equipment and a dedicated diving platform, and has a 4,000nm range, making her perfect for exploring the remote habitats of the Asia Pacific. 

While Silentworld had recently been a very popular charter vessel in the Australasia region, her new owner currently has no charter plans. She will shortly arrive into the SAR before spending time cruising in Southeast Asia.

“We are now in the process of preparing the yacht for her voyage from Tahiti to Hong Kong,” adds Blackmore. “As you can imagine, especially in these times, it’s a complex operation, but nothing we can’t manage. I can’t wait to see the yacht cruising the waters around Hong Kong before exploring the Philippines and Indonesia.”

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