Hydrogen powered catamaran
Fraser Yachts has just introduced a new 64-foot catamaran powered by an environmentally friendly fuel, hydrogen, offering unlimited range
The new multihull designed to be an eco-friendly boat, combines modern comforts with innovative eco-technologies for sustainable navigation without noise and emissions.
Created by Christian Grande, the superyacht will be equipped with 700 square feet of solar panels on the roof of the flybridge. This will allow it to harness its own renewable energy, which will then be used to create hydrogen through fuel cells and power the two electric motors and equipment on board.
She will have a top speed of 16 knots, allowing her to sail off the grid for several days. The scope of it will be practically unlimited, which will give an unprecedented independence at sea.
Spread over more than 1,000 square feet, the Deluxe Rooms feature a variety of sustainable materials such as bamboo and recycled leather.
The main deck houses a large living room and dining room, and the lower deck is dedicated to the guest cabins. With space for up to eight people, you can choose two, three or four cabins that can be customized.