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Silent-Yachts has sold three new units of its flagship SILENT 80 Tri-Deck vessel. The 24m luxury catamaran, dubbed the ‘Tesla of the seas’, is equipped with cutting-edge solar technology aimed at achieving ‘fully sustainable yachting’.
From decreased construction costs to rapid build times, there are a number of reasons so many Owners opt for a semi-custom superyacht. High levels of customisation and quality mean this competitive sector of yachting is evolving at a rapid pace. World leaders in the semi-custom field must maintain meticulous standards of quality and flexibility. With this in mind, we took a look at the top semi-custom releases of the year just gone…
Silent Yachts, the pioneer of solar electric luxury catamaran superyachts, has unveiled a new solar powered resort concept. Named Silent Resorts, the new venture aims to integrate a ‘floating sustainable villa experience with luxury resort destinations’.
Sustainability, efficiency and performance. These three intrinsically linked and increasingly important trends are integral to each stage of yacht design, development and construction. Michael Kohler, CEO of Austrian builder of luxury solar-powered catamarans, is a well-versed expert on the absolute necessity of these factors to the longevity of our industry. We caught up with Michael to hear more about the momentous strides Silent-Yachts is taking in the field of sustainable yachting.
Silent Yachts has released images and details of the new versions of Silent 80, the shipyard’s flagship superyacht model.
In recent times, a great deal of effort and resources have been directed towards making the yachting industry more sustainable, whether through innovative propulsion systems or entire shipyards with an environmental focus. Australian producer Silent Yachts, with the backing of Royal Yacht Brokers, are proving that zero emission yachting is a seriously attainable goal rather than a far-fetched dream.