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Silent Yachts’ shining debut at the Venice Boat Show 2024

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This year marked Silent Yachts’ debut at the Venice Boat Show, garnering an overwhelmingly positive response. The event’s emphasis on sustainability perfectly complemented the company’s mission, positioning this debut as a standout moment and a testament to our innovative approach to yachting.

The Venice Boat Show, a hub for innovation and sustainability

The fifth edition of the Venice Boat Show, focused on innovation and sustainability, concluded with a record attendance of over 30,000 visitors, underscoring its importance in the international boating industry. The event showcased more than 300 innovative and technologically advanced boats, 240 in the water, forming a spectacular display along the Darsena Grande and dedicated piers. The numbers were impressive: 270 companies, 30 new shipyards, and 15 world premières.

A milestone for sustainable yachting

Silent Yachts’ participation in the Venice Boat Show 2024 marks a significant milestone, underscoring the brand’s leadership in sustainable maritime solutions and its commitment to driving change within the industry.

During the event’s press conference, CEO Fabrizio Iarrera expressed his excitement about the company’s debut at the Venice Boat Show. “Our alignment with the value of sustainability, a core principle of Venice, is integral to our DNA”, said Iarrera. “From the outset, our mission has been to produce solar-powered vessels, ensuring eco-friendly operation. Today, this mission is a robust industrial reality ‘Made in Italy,’ ready to deliver 18 new yachts in the next 18 months.”

A new chapter of growth

Silent Yachts is experiencing significant growth, supported by strategic investments and restructuring.

Our 2024 and 2025 portfolios are fully booked, and new resources have been allocated to expand our range,” stated Iarrera. “We are proud to serve not only the European market but also a significant portion of overseas markets. This global demand for our Made in Italy brand underscores the recognition of Italian nautical innovation and craftsmanship worldwide.”

Operations at the Fano shipyard are progressing swiftly. By the end of 2024, the company is set to deliver eight new Silent 62 yachts, with an additional eight planned for 2025, alongside two units of a new model, the impressive Silent 80.

The next appointment? The upcoming Cannes Yachting Festival, from 10 to 15 September 2024, with the première of the first 3-Deck version of the Silent 62: mark your calendar!