Sailing Yacht
Pilot Wishbone Schooner 2800
Reference: 28.018
Status
Major Price Reduction
Reference
28.018
Model
Pilot Wishbone Schooner 2800
Name
Silver Spray
Yard
P.Smit Jr.
Building Year
1916
Refit Year
2017-2014
Design
P.Smit Jr.
Hull Material
Steel
Superstructure
Steel
Length Hull
28.00 Meter
Beam
6.40 Meter
Draft
3.10 Meter
Engine(s) x HP
1 x 316 HP
Engine Brand:
Scania
Cabins Owner/Guests
8 berths in 4 cabins
Cabins Crew
4 berths in 1 cabins
Price Indication
€ 1,500,000
VAT Status
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“ SILVER SPRAY is a piece of maritime history, with over 100 years of experience in the North Sea, Baltic, Mediterranean and Atlantic Ocean! 
Are you looking for a unique opportunity to sail the seas and to discover new horizons?
Then this proven circumnavigator with many miles under her keel could be for you. 
This 28m Schooner with her hydraulic powered systems is easy to sail thanks to push-button control, and can be sailed with a small crew.
She was purpose built in 1916 as pilot vessel for the Dutch North Sea harbours, following the hull design of the fast and famous "America". Rebuilt into a luxury sailing yacht in 1999, with in-depth refits done in 2014 - 2017, she offers top comfort to today’s standards in a unique and warm traditional atmosphere reflecting her vintage pedigree.
Her interior offers room for up to 8 guests in 1 owner’s cabin, 3 guest cabins and 4 crew in 1 large crew cabin. All cabins come with en-suite bathrooms.
The yacht also offers a large salon and dining as well as a large enclosed pilot house with an 8 persons lounge and observation area to beat the Arctic cold.
She is turn-key and in the best shape of her life, a truly classic yacht and perfect for families to cruise the world in their own safe bubble.
SILVER SPRAY has crossed the seas and the Atlantic Ocean fast and safely and is ready for new challenges, and can be seen after prior appointment in the Barcelona area.
Please contact us for more information or request her highly detailed virtual tour and visit her now from the comfort of your own home. ”
- Ad van der Vliet (about)