Passenger boat H56 : 12M (HYBRIDE) LA PASS'PARTOUT
diesel-electric hybridaluminumBureau Veritas

passenger boat
passenger boat
passenger boat
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passenger boat
passenger boat
passenger boat
passenger boat
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passenger boat
Motor type
diesel-electric hybrid
Bureau Veritas

12.2 m
(40'00" )

Maximum width

4.2 m
(13'09" )


1.38 m
(4'06" )

Motor power

270 ch
(270 hp)

Cruising speed

5.5 kt, 8.5 kt, 20 kt

Passenger capacity

48 unit

Fuel capacity

2,400 l
(634 gal)


This Aluminium Passengers Shuttle, 12.20m long and 4.20m wide is approved to Maritime French standards. Its total capacity is 48 passengers in 4th category and 36 in 3rd category in addition to the pilot and one crew member. Her deck plan is rational and effective and provides good passenger flow, layout and seating have been designed for comfort. Passengers experience numerous improvements (Hybrid Parallel Propulsion, 100% Electric Propulsion, quietness thanks to Soundproofing). Thanks to its solutions proposed by shipyard maintenance is made easy (engine hatch opens-up for easy access, working bench is set in the front compartment, Pumps in place to renew engine oil, etc.) SPECIFICATIONS Naval Architect Eric JEAN Builder ODC Marine CLASSIFICATION Passenger vessel compliant with French regulations Drawing Approval by Bureau Veritas Building Survey by Bureau Veritas 2 shipyard visits by a Marine Affairs Inspector INTERIOR / FURNISHING Noise and Vibration Reduction System Aluminium honeycomb panel ceiling planking in wheelhouse and passenger saloon Glasses and Windows in wheelhouse and passenger saloon Fusion audio system Fireproof Aluminium passengers seats Confortable Pilot Seat 1 Dometic toilets LED lighting Bar with fridge for 60 small bottles


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