Electric entry

Sialia Yachts has revealed the new Sialia 45 Sport, a powerful electric yacht designed for long-range cruising.

17 March 2024


Polish boatbuilder Sialia Yachts has revealed details of the new Sialia 45 Sport, an electric day cruiser billed as the perfect entry point to electric yachting.

Construction on the first 45 Sport is set to commence in the summer of 2024. The carbon-fibre hull has been designed by Swedish hull design company Petestep. Sialia says the 45 will cruise at 25 knots and reach a top speed of up to 43 knots, offering a range of more than 70 nautical miles in the pure electric version and up to 164 nautical miles when fitted with a range extender.

Integrated solar panels keep onboard systems running, while advanced charging technology means the vessel can charge with up to 350 kW of DC power and is also compatible with AC shore power.

The 45-foot (13.7-metre) yacht can be customised with three trim levels, described as Active, Plus and Premium, in addition to two layouts to choose from. The Sandbar offers a dynamic setting for adventure with friends, with sport seating for six and an exterior galley. The alternate Lounge layout is designed for relaxation and family enjoyment, providing sunbathing space with benches for eight, an enlarged lounger aft, and a full dining table for alfresco dining.


There are three drivetrain options designed to address different user needs. Scout prioritises coastal cruising, Performance offers electric efficiency, and Range balances electric performance and long-distance navigation.

“We recognised a demand in the market for a smaller model that offers an electric experience at an easier entry point,” says Stanislav Szadkowski, founder and CEO of Sialia Yachts.

“Opting for a 45-foot size allows for versatility and accessibility, fitting into most marinas and manageable for single operators. Our decision stemmed from thorough market research, aiming to create a luxurious yet sporty boat capable of travelling from Miami to the Bahamas​​ with a speed of 25 knots on electric power.

“We’ve optimised design, materials and drivetrains globally, ensuring uncompromised electric yachting.”

He adds, “Introducing clear trim levels and a wide range of drivetrain options, supported by an online configurator, enhances transparency and ease for prospective buyers.

“Collaborations with naval architecture studio Petestep for hull design and Denis Popov Design signify our commitment to excellence in craftsmanship and innovation.”

Further to the 57, Sialia Yachts also offers a range of 45, 59, and 80 models. The company has representative offices in Warsaw, Poland; Limassol, Cyprus; and Barcelona, Spain.



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