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From Silent Yachts to Silent Resorts


Waterfront resorts are popular, but they are time-consuming and expensive to develop.

Now, Silent-Yachts, the pioneering builder of solar-powered electric cruising catamarans, proposes a sustainable luxury vacation option that avoids the construction costs and expenses of a land-based complex.

What Silent-Yachts offers under its new division, Silent-Resorts, is a pre-engineered set up with a dock as the hub for the company’s solar electric catamarans to be used as floating villas for guests.

Silent-Resorts says its operation could be installed in 18 months or less in any location worldwide using the 60- and 80-foot Silent-Yachts catamarans.

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