Sunday, May 28

Solar-Powered SILENT 64 Starts Mallorca Charter

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The charter season starts at the end of April in Mallorca, Spain, one of the most beautiful spots in the world, and SILENT Yachts announced that it has a SILENT 64 there for a crewed charter. The SILENT 64 is a sister ship to what the Austrian company says is the first solar-powered production yacht to cross the Atlantic.

Charters on the 64 start and end in Port Adriano, on the southwest coast of Mallorca, and offer cruises through the Balearic Islands, with beautiful bays and turquoise waters.

On the luxurious SILENT cat, you can enjoy all this without any noise or fumes from fossil-fuel engines; the yacht is powered by twin 250-kW electric motors, drawing clean energy from 42 solar panels.

The SILENT charter includes two crew, a captain and a chef, and the cat has three guest cabins, holding seven for overnight cruises or ten guests on a day charter. The beam of the eco-friendly cat is almost 30 feet, so there’s plenty of space for relaxing and socializing during a charter, no matter how many people are on board.

The upper sundeck has a dining table with seating and extra space for sunbathing. The large aft deck provides more outdoor living space, with a dining table, a sofa, and open steps down to the swim platform. It’s in three sections, one on each side and a raised central platform that’s ideal for diving into the Med’s clear blue water.

The main salon provides one large central area with a galley, dining lounge and bar, with 360-degree views all around. The master stateroom is forward on the main deck, while the two other cabins are in the port and starboard hulls. They’re all decorated in neutral colors to appeal to a wide variety of charter guests.

The SILENT 64 comes with an electric-powered tender that can hold six people and run at 4 knots for 4 hours, or at 10 knots for 1 hour. The cat’s toys include underwater scooters, paddle boards, a kayak and snorkeling gear. Read more: http://silent-yachts.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

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