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32 M

Silver Lining is a powerful and elegant monohull, designed by New York City based architects Sparkman & Stephens.

This sophisticated yacht features an impressive fully panoramic deck saloon, and embraces the latest standards of modern cruising, with fully automated hydraulic sailing assistance and tailor-made cabins accommodating up to 8 guests. Silver Lining’s large teak deck is fitted a built-in fore sun lounge, a large hard-topped cockpit and a hydraulic swimming platform.

The crew of 5 includes a chef, an engineer, a stewardess, a deck hand and a dive master on request.



Silver Lining can comfortably accommodate up to 8 guests in 4 comfortable ensuite cabins comprising an aft queen sized master suite, 2 staterooms and a connected twin cabin.

This yacht’s resolutely modern interiors have been designed for smaller groups and combine leather textiles, plain wood and modern artworks with hints of Art Deco influence.

A full beam saloon completes the interior layout with a fully furnished lounge and large deck hatch. On the upper deck, the pilot house features a large table and meals can be served either inside or al fresco, using the cockpit dinette.

Silver Lining is well equipped for underwater pursuits with four full sets of diving and snorkeling equipment, as well as kayaks, paddleboards and fishing equipment, not to mention tenders for adventures ashore.



  • Meals & snacks
  • Soft drinks and juices
  • Alcohol (beers and house wine allowance*)
  • Crew and guides
  • Fuel
  • Scuba diving and snorkelling equipment
  • 2 tenders including 5m jet RIB with 130 HP
  • 2 kayaks
  • 2 paddle boards
  • Fishing rods



Silver Lining was built in 2009 and spans 31m with a beam of 7.6m and a draft of 3.8m. 4 cabins accommodate up to 8 guests. She cruises at a maximum speed of 8 knots.