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Review Of The Silent 60 sea trial quiet, spacious, self-charging Quiet, roomy, aesthetically and self-charging
It seems more like you've entered a huge, luxurious beach home than stepped on a boat that will take you out on the water when you first go aboard for the magnificent Silent 60 sea trial. Everything is light, airy, and expansive.
With the aesthetically sliding doors opening to reveal a beautiful structure, a little breeze enters the main deck salon, giving the impression that you are fully outside. The wraparound windows give the panoramic vista.
Everything about this beautiful structure is designed to give you maximum comfort, satisfaction and enjoyment. What’s more, you get to ride with clear blue skies, wind in your face, and a magnificent water body to explore. Taking a stroll through Fort Lauderdale, it is a beautiful summer day to sail in.
Their most current front exit model, the Silent 60, is what we will be using today. The firm also has shipyards all over Europe Including; Italy, Austria, and Turkey. This particular sailboat was crafted in Thailand, and she will soon be sailing up the coastline to her new owner and residence in the New England region.
Captain Kyle Miller is in charge of that trip, today he is taking us on an Intracoastal Waterway sail with Juliana Miguel, an internal designer at Silent Yachts, and Philip Bell, the US Sales Director. There is the eagerness to demonstrate the capabilities of the Silent 60. And we are all excited to go through it.