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Silent Yachts unveils more details about flagship Silent 120

28 September 2022• Written by Katia Damborsky

Austria-based shipyard Silent Yachts has unveiled more details about its in-build 36.7 metre Silent 120 model during the Monaco Yacht Show.

Designed by Marco Casali, the multihull model started life as the Silent 100, but has since been extended by around six metres. 

Due for delivery in 2024, the new Silent 120 has an impressive interior volume of 499GT that provides plenty of space for an owner to make their own. Combined, the interior and exterior area offers 900 square metres of space to unwind.

Solar panels will feature across the hard top and this technology is capable of delivering up to 40kWp, with the additional support of back-up generators. A cruising speed of eight knots is anticipated, while she is expected to reach top speeds of 16 knots. 

An owner will have plenty of opportunities for customisation: the first hull will feature a generous swimming pool on the aft deck, alongside grassy decks where an owner can walk their dog. 

Elsewhere, the hard top is designed to divide into two sections to reveal an upper sun deck that also doubles as a touch-and-go helipad.

The Silent 120 is currently under construction in Turkey, where the yard is also working on the 25 metre Silent VisionF 82. Part of a unique collaboration with Turkey’s VisionF Yachts, these models are built in aluminium, with four currently under construction. 

Silent Yachts currently has 12 boats over 24 metres in build under construction.

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