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Passenger boat AQUANIMA E-FERRY 28
catamaraninboardelectro solar

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Characteristics

Type
passenger boat
Number of hulls
catamaran
Motor type
inboard, electro solar
Length

8 m (26'02")

Passenger capacity

Min.: 12 unit

Max.: 20 unit

Description

The E-FERRY 28 is the perfect environmental and commercial solution for small harbours and non todal rivers. Allowing continuous day and night operation, the 28 comes in 2 different versions depending on coastal or inland waterway use. The deck and seating arrangement can be laid out precisely to your requirements and even include a toilet and bar. General Characteristics Built to class standards Unlimited fuel-free range 24/7 none stop operation Noiseless operation Vibration & smell free - clean bilges Ultra-hydrodynamic hull, optimised properllers, cutting edge solar panels Electric motors Solar roof acts as rainwater collector Lightweight displacement Virtually maintenance free motors - 20,000 hours Premium marine grade aluminium Cost free-operation Free power generation - can be used to supply shore stations and generate income Ecological - no GHG emmissions, no oil leaks, no noise pollution Operation via tablet with remote access Can be offered as hybrid version Specification Passenger Capacity: 12-20 LWL: 8 m Beam: 4.8 m Maximum Draft: 0.65 m Displacement: 2-3.5 tons Electric motors: 2 x 5 kW or 2x10kW Battery bank: 16 or 32 kW Solar panel area: 27 sqm Range: Unlimited at 4 knots Max Speed: 7-8 knots Cruise speed: 4-6 knots Complete systems installed: navigation, electrical, PA system, water etc.

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