Currently under construction at The Italian Sea Group’s Admiral shipyard and on track for delivery this April, 55m PROJECT SILVER STAR presents an exceptional opportunity for a new owner looking to traverse the globe in the utmost comfort and luxury.
As the second unit from the yard’s recognised S-Force 55 series, PROJECT SILVER STAR certainly has big footsteps to follow, with the first vessel from the series, the 2020-delivered, baby-blue GECO, being highly successful on the charter market.
Despite her iconic predecessor, PROJECT SILVER STAR is expected to do nothing less than impress the industry, fitted with high-tech solutions and finished with a flawless design. In comparison to GECO, the second, sub-500 GT S-Force 55 features a ‘chevy white’ exterior, a completely custom interior design package, and several automated systems to allow for ease of maintenance when underway. The hull, superstructure and layout are identical for both vessels, showcasing the spectacular design from The Italian Sea Group’s Art Director, Gian Marco Campanino. PROJECT SILVER STAR's interior designer is yet to be revealed, but TWW stated that her interiors, parts of the exterior deck design and ‘loose’ outdoor furniture have been ‘exclusively devised by a major Italian fashion designer’.
Adorned in the undisclosed but ‘prestigious' brand, the interior areas onboard PROJECT SILVER STAR offer up to 12 guests an incredible amount of entertaining and relaxing spaces. On her main deck lies a well-appointed main saloon and adjoining circular dining room with impressive extra-wide glass sliding doors. A luxurious master suite is also located on the main deck, with a VIP suite of the same size situated on the lower deck alongside four more large guest staterooms and five ensuite crew cabins.
Outside, guests will find a substantial beach club, a large, circular, and multifunctional, helipad, and a lavish upper deck with a jacuzzi, bar and connecting lounge.
Jean-Claude Carme, TWW's Lead Broker for PROJECT SILVER STAR and representative of the current owner in the sale, commented: ‘We are still seeing strong demand for new-build yachts. For anyone wanting a new superyacht in time for next season, this is the one. A prospective buyer would be saving themselves almost 30 months in construction time, which is pretty exciting.’
When delivered in the coming months, PROJECT SILVER STAR will become one of the only brand-new yachts of her size and calibre available on the market today.
‘The ‘50-plus metre sub-500 GT concept of this yacht is gaining popularity among many builders and designers,’ added Jean-Claude, ‘An owner can avoid the constraints that come with building over 500 GT, and benefit from a design that truly recognises how owners choose to spend most of their time outdoors in the beautiful environments they cruise to.’