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November 16, 2020

Serenity Yachts, A socially conscious brand for the ultra-wealthy

This article first appeared on SuperYachtMag.com.

Serenity Yachts has made strides to become a global eco-player by sailing sustainably at sea with its modern and luxurious solar-powered yachts.

While conventional motor-yachts are powered by diesel or gas engines, Serenity Yachts features quiet electric and hybrid vessels that harness the natural energy of the sun. Every part of the yacht is designed to maximize efficiency and performance – from the carbon fiber hulls to the hydraulic flybridge.

Serenity Yachts strives to eliminate dependency on fossil fuel and is committed to building yachts that stand the test of time. These solar-powered yachts allow boaters to experience the beauty that our reefs and oceans have to offer without polluting and damaging them in the process.

Since the COVID-19 pandemic, families have been considering new ways to travel. Yachting offers a way to enjoy the outdoors while avoiding the crowds and interactions involved with travel. Heading out to sea is a great way to continue social distancing while enjoying adventures at the same time.

For those seeking to embark on a new vessel, Serenity Yachts offers two lines – including the Serenity 64 and Serenity 74 – designed to enhance the yachting experience.

The Serenity 64 offers 65 square meters of SunPower® solar panels and can cruise indefinitely at 4-6 knots while still providing power to one’s onboard amenities. The vessel features a combined galley and saloon on main deck, four VIP cabins (each with their own en-suite bathroom), one crew cabin, and a hydraulic flybridge. Other layouts are available. Price upon request.
The Serenity 74 (pictured) offers 110 square meters of SunPower® solar panels and has the ability to cruise endlessly at 7–9 knots while still powering the onboard amenities. The ideal yacht for chartering, it features a combined galley and saloon on the main deck, four VIP cabins (each cabin with an en-suite bathroom), and two additional cabins and baths in the forepeaks, that can be configured for family or crew (other layouts are available). The Serenity 74’s chic interior was designed with fashion in mind. The vision for the design was inspired by the mind of former Neiman Marcus Fashion Director Ken Downing. Price upon request.