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This Is One Silver Lining No One Was Looking Out For

By Victor Baker


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Silver Lining Yacht

Christensen Shipyard, an American yacht builder based in Vancouver, Washington, has just returned to the scene by completing two very impressive 50-meter superyachts, one of which being called Silver Lining. Completely designed, engineered and built in-house, the sleek vessel before you acts as a brand ambassador, and for good reason.

The Silver Lining yacht shows off that recognizable Christensen exterior look, with the 50-meter platform allowing the shipyard to enlarge key guest spaces, such as the saloons and cabins, in order to satisfy any and all the passengers’ needs.

The yacht’s interior features traditional black walnut paneling and classical décor cues, reminiscent of the good old American grandeur, and the upper deck in particular will prove to be totally mesmerizing, with intimate seating areas, a large bar, and a lovely dining area complemented by stunning views.

Silver Lining Yacht

Silver Lining is able to accommodate up to 12 passengers in 6 superb staterooms, with the owners of this beauty having the privilege of enjoying a luxurious master suite, fordward on the main deck, with an en-suite bathroom displaying incredible stonework. The other cabins, two VIP, a double and two twins, are located on the lower deck, and they’re all equally appealing.

The amazing attention to detail involved in this project becomes obvious once you check out the sun deck, where a jacuzzi, surrounded by sun pads, makes this the perfect spot to sip on a cold, umbrella drink, hang out with your friends or family and take in the sun’s warm rays.

By the way, Silver Lining is a vessel capable of reaching destinations 4,000 nm away, which means your cruise will be in no way cut short.

Silver Lining Yacht


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About Victor Baker

Victor is our go-to associate editor for anything with four wheels – and more! With over a decade of experience in automotive journalism, his expertise spans from classic cars to the latest in electric vehicle technology. Beyond vehicles, he has broadened his editorial reach to cover a wide range of topics, from technology and travel to lifestyle and environmental issues. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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