Updated on October 15th, 2023
Do you remember how it all started? Silent Yachts, since 2004, has been developing various layouts of its first multihulls, which were quite clumsy because they were literally built in an unequipped garage. However, no one cared about design, as the main goal was to test electrical equipment, after all, they were one of the pioneers of solar yachts.
Then, in 2016, the Silent 64 was introduced to the world, and for the rapid growth of the shipyard’s popularity, there was not even much need for marketing. And today, a new flagship is under construction: the 36.7-meter Silent 120. If you think it looks amazingly ugly, you’re not alone. Yes, it’s a truly terrible design, but it’s a true explorer with a helipad and 499 GT of internal capacity.
With a width of almost 14 meters, the catamaran has an incredible area to accommodate all its guests in huge cabins, pools and bar counters scattered here and there. And although the catamaran looks like a huge paper stapler, it is an incredibly luxurious yacht in a unique layout.
The design is completely developed in the Marco Casali studio. Unfortunately, only the interior of the catamaran turned out beautiful. The same cannot be said about the exterior, which is why this yacht is included in our list of the ugliest boats in the world.
The yacht is expected to have a cruising speed of eight knots and a top speed of 16 knots. Solar panels are capable of delivering up to 40kW with additional support for standby generators. Catamarans are highly flexible in configuration, so Silent Yachts can cater to almost any customer request that would be impossible on monohull superyachts.