Silverton developed its 392 cruiser to answer a number of questions posed by existing aft-cabin designs. For example, how do you quickly and safely get to the foredeck from the flying bridge? How do you design helm seating so that any one person can get up and go below without disturbing the others? How do you configure a raised aft-deck entertainment area so that the helmsman can actually see the end of the swim platform when backing into a slip? How do you facilitate boarding from a fixed pier or a floating dock? And finally, how do you maximize interior living space while providing two generous staterooms and keeping the boat affordable? Silverton’s answer to all these questions is its 392 Motoryacht.

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The starting point for the Silverton design team was the company’s successful 37 foot hull — upon which more than 1,200 boats have been built and sold. Silverton modified the hull for increased stability, to carry the added weight aloft in this new motoryacht configuration. The resulting new 392 Motor Yacht offers ample beam, 17 degree transom deadrise and hard chines, and is surprisingly stable — at rest and even in a cross sea.

At full throttle and at cruising speeds, there was no slamming of flat panels in head seas. The deck stayed dry throughout our sea trial. In the engine room, access was excellent to all areas. The compartment has Pirelli non-slip flooring and is well-lit. The generator and twin air conditioning systems are mounted under the galley/dinette area, in a separate compartment. It isolates sound and vibration so well that when the generator was started, I thought it was the refrigerator kicking on. This is a very quiet boat, both with the generator alone and with the main engines.

Construction is excellent throughout the 392. All wiring is neatly loomed and labeled, there is good access to the ball-valve seacocks and the hull is solid maintenance-free fiberglass. Lockers are all fully lined, and even the bilge is gelcoated, for a tidy and easily maintained finish. All windows are tempered safety glass, engine alarms and a fire extinguisher system are provided as standard equipment and the “base boat” is complete — right down to dock lines and life jackets.

The flybridge helm area is comfortable, with an adjustable seat provided for the skipper and a bench seat next to it that has space for up to three companions. The bridge’s roomy layout allows guests to move around freely, without disturbing the skipper. Teleflex Sea Star steering and a tilt wheel were provided at the helm, along with Teleflex twin-lever controls.

A full array of Faria gauges are centered in the large dash panel, which still has plenty of room for adding electronics on each side. A clear panel in the hardtop gives the skipper full visibility of both aft corners for backing down. And with the forward bench seat at a lower level, there is excellent visibility forward, even with a crowd of guests. Cavernous storage is available under the bridge’s forward “eyebrow” — which has enough room to store a rolled-up inflatable, life jackets or deck gear.

A huge sales success in spite of her top-heavy appearance, those looking for an affordable, maxi-volume cruising yacht will find much to like in the Silverton 392 Motor Yacht. By eliminating the side decks in favor of elevated staircases—what the company called “SideWalks”— Silverton designers were able to produce a distinctive midsize motoryacht whose salon dimensions are truly expansive for a boat this size.  

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