Silent Sialia

The new Sialia 59 Loft promises silent overnight stops, thanks to advanced onboard systems.

Photography by Renderings by Sialia Yachts

16 November 2023


Electric yacht maker Sialia Yachts has revealed its latest vessel, the Sialia 59 Loft. The 18.1-metre Sialia 59 Loft is an electric superyacht chase vessel, which the yard says is not only more sustainable but also offers superb onboard comfort.

At night, advanced onboard systems enable the Sialia 59 Loft to operate silently and emission-free, providing electric power overnight for peaceful stays at anchor.

“Not only does the Sialia 59 Loft replace the need for yacht owners to have multiple single-purpose tenders, but it also enables any yacht to improve its operations and carbon footprint,” explains Ivo Hagemans, sales and marketing director at Sialia.

“This is achieved through the Loft’s cutting-edge design, which elegantly combines three distinct functions into a single yacht: a tender, a chase boat, and a generator.”

One of the most compelling spaces aboard the yacht is The Nest, which represents the heart of the boat. The Nest offers panoramic views and immerses passengers in the Loft’s serene performance.


The bow area smoothly blends with the main cockpit, unveiling a lounge, a day head, and a guest-serving bar., while the Sialia 59 Loft’s aft deck transforms into a versatile beach club, serving as a setting for watersports, relaxation, or provisioning trips for the crew.

On the technical front, the Sialia Loft employs Sialia’s proprietary battery solutions and a Ship Management System (SMS). Complementing this is the Ampros electric propulsion system, which features in every Sialia unit, allowing owners to monitor and command the yacht’s operations from any corner of the globe.

The boat can recharge its batteries using sustainable sources, and this power can be utilised to supply the mothership with energy.

“The Loft is versatile in using a diverse range of sustainable fuels for propulsion and generating power for the mothership,” says Hagemans.

“Thanks to the onboard hydrogen storage and fuel cell, the Loft can silently produce power and generate significant amounts of H2O.

“Moreover, the onboard range extender is HVO diesel-ready, enabling the loft to complete long-distance passages at cruising speeds, recharge its batteries, and provide the mothership with electricity, all while maintaining low emissions.”



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