January 18, 2022

Project: Silent 62 3-Deck

Silent Yachts continues an exciting journey to the bright and green future, with the innovative Austrian shipyard introduced a new project based on the Silent 60 model, now with another level of space and comfort for its guests. The Silent 62 Tri-Deck is based on the 60 platform, however, it includes a third deck and adds two feet to the hull’s length.  One unit has been sold to a client in Europe and two units to clients from the US.  The Silent 62 Tri-Deck will have an extra deck instead of a flybridge which comes with the standard 60 model. This allows to add fifty square meters of useful space for guests. Three different layout options are available for the third deck: open sky lounge, closed sky lounge or an owner’s suite.  Open sky lounge version: instead of the standard flybridge, the open version offers a open fly deck with bar and galley, a dining table and bench for ten to twelve persons, several sofas and lounge areas and a fly helm.  Closed sky lounge version: provides a closed fly deck equipped with a bar, a second galley and a dining table offering an unobstructed 360° panoramic view. Aft of the sky-lounge there is a terrace with several sofas and lounge areas.  Owner’s suite version: offers a generous owner´s suite with an en-suite bathroom and an unobstructed 360° panoramic view. Aft of the owner´s suite, there is a private terrace with several sofas and lounge areas.  The Silent 62 Tri-Deck has a high-performance hull shape that has been optimized with CFD study, with longer waterline and reverse bow. Her exterior design’s signature details are the long window stripe at the sidewall of the hull and more window surface overall.   The catamaran yacht can be handled by two people with ease and offers plenty of space for families and crew. The optional hydraulic stern platform which also serves as a swimming platform, can accommodate a tender of up to four meters in length. For adventurers, additional water toys, SUP´s, kayaks and e-bikes can be stored in the bridge deck.  The powertrain used for the new model is the same as for the Silent 60, with the 62 Tri-Deck equipped with 42 powerful solar panels achieving up to 17 kWp. The self-sufficient yacht uses silent electric propulsion for unlimited range with no noise or fumes and minimal vibration. Because of that, the operational costs of the vessels are substantially lower compared to power yachts using more traditional propulsion systems. The yacht’s draft is just under one meter, which allows her to reach shallower bays which might be crucial for areas like the Caribbean and South East Asia.  The Silent 62 Tri-Deck is available in several layouts ranging from three to six staterooms on the lower deck with a maximum of six bathrooms. All staterooms offer double or twin berths, and all heads include a separate shower. There is a vast salon with wide windows on the main deck and the yacht features large outside areas in the aft and bow area in order to enjoy nature and keep guests in close contact with the sea.  The salon offers fifty square meters of space while the main deck outside offers just under seventy square meters. The living area on the lower deck occupies up to 62 m².  The Silent 62 Tri-Deck is a true ocean-going cruising yacht. She can cruise efficiently for up to 100 miles a day for weeks. At the same time, the arrangement of the components enables the yacht to power all on board systems without the need to run a generator. The generator is only used to recharge the batteries in the rare case when it is required to sustain higher speeds during longer periods of time or when the weather conditions are unfavourable for several days.

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