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Editorial Archive

Silverton 36 Convertible

By Joe Friedman | Posted February 2013

In light test-day seas, the sprightly 36 C topped out at 30 mph, posting an economical cruising speed of 27.1 mph at 3,000 rpm. Noise levels measured at the bridge, with the optional canvas enclosure...

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Silverton 33 Convertible

By Capt. Bill PikePhotos by Fores... | Posted February 2007

I wasn’t expecting to be impressed with the appearance of Silverton’s new entry-level 33 Convertible when I hit the docks behind the Silverton dealer Sundance Marine in Fort Lauderdale, Florida...

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Silverton 45 Convertible

By Capt. Patrick S... | Posted November 2005

I was sitting on my boat at my hometown marina in Freeport, New York, when a voice called out from down the dock, "Hey kid, you gotta see dis" in a distinctly Brooklynese tone. It was the captain of...

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Silverton 43 Sport Bridge

By George L. Petrie | Posted August 2005

Over the course of 35 years, Silverton has established a reputation for offering extraordinary spaciousness and livability per foot of boat length. Occasionally, however, it's been opined that...

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Silverton 38 Sport Bridge

By Capt. Patrick S... | Posted January 2005

Some boatbuilders concentrate on perfecting a boat’s performance, while others are all about creating an eye-catching interior design. There are those that focus on giving a smooth ride, and even...

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2014 Silverton 43C

Power and Motor Yacht Review

by Kevin Koenig

Let’s just say this about the 43C—it ain’t your daddy’s Silverton. The builder, which has staked its claim for years on making relatively staid cruisers, really got outside its own box with this build. That’s apparent the moment you step foot inside the boat’s chic and modern saloon, which has an undeniable New York City-penthouse feel to it. (That’s actually the term the company uses in their press release, but I swear when I saw her at the Miami boat show I had the same reaction—before I saw the release. They really are producing some accurate copy over there in the Silverton marketing department.) The fit and finish throughout is very high quality, and the materials chosen—namely the designer fabrics and omnipresent mahogany—are clean and sleek.

What’s more, for a convertible cruiser, the 43C looks almost, dare I say it, sporty. And with a pair of optional, 455-horsepower Caterpillar C7 ACERTs each in her engine room, not to mention the well-proven hull of their 42, she should really perform much like a sport cruiser too.

Belowdecks the forward master stateroom is notable for its stowage, including a hanging locker, while a portside cabin should be more than suitable for guests.

Silverton took great care to make sure that this was a boat with an eye on the future. And conversely, this is also a boat on which you should have your eye.

  • Model: Silverton 43C

  • 2013

  • LOA: 44'6"

  • Beam: 14'11"

  • Draft: 3'7"

  • Standard Power: 2/370-hp Volvo Penta IPS500s

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