Meet the Silent 80 Tri-Deck

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The Silent-Yachts 80 Tri-Deck can be set up with an enclosed or open top deck.

The Silent-Yachts 80 Tri-Deck can be set up with an enclosed or open top deck. (Courtesy Silent-Yachts/)

Silent-Yachts has unveiled the design for its Silent 80 Tri-Deck, a solar-electric catamaran with a projected top speed of 16 knots.

This yacht is a variation on the builder’s existing 80-foot flagship, adding an air-conditioned lounge on the flybridge.

Note the four distinct al fresco zones on the flybridge.

Note the four distinct al fresco zones on the flybridge. (Courtesy Silent-Yachts/)

Owners have choices in the layout aboard the Silent 80 Tri-Deck. The yacht can be ordered with four to six staterooms, with an enclosed or open top deck, and with a customizable garage.

Because the yacht uses solar power, it has more garage space as opposed to engine-room space. The vessel can carry a nearly 15-foot tender, an amphibious car or any number of combinations of water toys.

The Silent-Yachts 80 Tri-Deck enclosed version.

The Silent-Yachts 80 Tri-Deck enclosed version. (Courtesy Silent-Yachts/)

What is the Silent 80 Tri-Deck’s cruising speed? 6 to 12 knots, with a top-end speed of 16 knots.

For more information, visit: silent-yachts.com

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