The German studio Beiderbeck Designs has presented the concept of a new hybrid sailing catamaran, the length of which will be 105 meters.
New huge catamaran
The Cannes Festival delighted us with a huge number of presented yachts. According to the organizers, there were more than 650 boats at the exhibition, including 135 world premieres. Of course, we are talking about all types of boats - single-hull, multi-hull, motorboats, sailboats.
The Beiderbeck Designs conference has become unusual. It was here that the company presented its new concept, which has not even got a name yet. Beiderbeck Designs showed the public the concept of their new huge 105-meter catamaran.
Technology and green electricity
The catamaran has four large folding rigid “wings”. They will serve as solar panels. The total area of all solar panels will be 1500 square meters.
Such a giant, alas, will not be able to feed on sunlight alone. Therefore, Beiderbeck Designs offers a solution - to combine solar panels and a traditional hybrid power plant. The load on the power grid will be distributed, respectively, to the power plant and solar panels. A hydrogen generator and a methanol power regenerator will also be available.
A spokesman for Beiderbeck Designs said: “According to our calculations, the reduction in fuel consumption and CO2 emissions will be up to 50 percent. We took for comparison a standard motor yacht of the same size and comfort.”
Convenience and comfort
The 30 square meter yacht has enough space for amenities. Among those announced: a beach club with a spa and wellness center that connects directly to the bathing platform. In addition, on the main deck in the aft part of the yacht there is a swimming pool measuring 16 by 5 meters. On the upper deck of the catamaran there will be a helipad and a hangar.
As for the storage of tenders, the concept of the catamaran includes a garage. It will sit between two hulls, with protected seating along the inside of the hull.
1,500 square meters of solar panels will be installed on board, which work together with 1,060 square meters of sail area. She can accommodate 14 guests in five cabins and a spacious master suite. Additional cabins can accommodate 36 crew members.
This is not the first time Beiderbeck has announced a multi-hull project. She previously worked on the concept of the 80m Columbus2 catamaran.
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