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The Rise of E-Boat Technology

  • By Kim Kavin
  • November 3, 2023

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John Vo knows nil about boats. He says it’s ideal for an e-boat builder. “People ask us what experience we have, and I say, ‘Zip. Nothing. Zero,’” says Vo, whose team at Blue Innovations Group is preparing to launch its first electric boat, the R30, this autumn. “But you can’t use the same people from the same industry to revolutionize themselves.”

Vo, the former head of manufacturing for Tesla, is just one among many minds trying to bring electric-powered boats into widespread production. So many longtime boatbuilders are transitioning from internal-combustion to electric power , and so many other builders are popping up anew, that the president of the American Boat and Yacht Council says his agency’s safety experts are being “bombarded” with requests about technology that’s changing by the day. E-boat prototypes and launches are coming from long-standing marine brands such as Chris-Craft (the Launch 25 GTe) and Four Winns (the H2e) at the same time that newer brands are promising everything from an electric dayboat (the Blue Innovations R30) to a catamaran with world-cruising capability, but without generators or fuel tanks (the Zen50).

And as the boats get bigger than about 30 feet length overall, trying to understand all the different ways they can work becomes even more of a challenge.

Blue Innovations Group R30

“I expect, in the nautical industry, we will have full-electric propulsion, but we can expect hybrid energy,” says Michael Jost, founder of eD-TEC, an electric-propulsion system that will be on the Silent Speed 28 tender at the Cannes Yachting Festival this autumn. “There will be smaller boats that can run fully electric, and the bigger boats will have fully electric propulsion but hybrid energy.”

Before joining the marine community, Jost was a manager at Volkswagen, helping to lead its transition to electric power in vehicles. He says the recreational marine industry today is where automotive was decades ago: filled with ideas and trying to learn what the broader marketplace solutions will be. The difference between automotive and marine, he says, is that with marine, you can go from displacement to gliding to foiling.

That’s right: Foiling technology that lifts boats off the water’s surface is also part of e-boat thinking today—so are wing sails, which most boaters recognize as part of the high-tech builds used for America’s Cup racing. And, of course, there’s ever more ways to install solar power, which can help recharge the banks of batteries that make electric boats go.

eD-QDrive from eD-TEC

Every possible idea is on the table, Jost says, because the way cruising boats have always been built just isn’t efficient enough for the switch to e-power, which includes heavy batteries that weigh boats down. “The boats of today are not true,” Jost says. “If you have a bad boat, you don’t see it. You put more power, more gasoline inside, and then you are happy. But if you go electric, you are not happy because you don’t get the range. The boat has to be much more efficient than an internal-combustion boat—and the boat business does not want to change the hull. That’s why we are looking to support builders working with the hydrodynamic foils.”

Vo says his team at Blue Innovations Group is also trying to think differently about boat design: Forget about the hulls that traditional molds were built to create, and wonder instead about what might be possible from scratch. “In the old days, anybody who came to Tesla with a long automotive resume, we threw it in the trash,” Vo says. “Otherwise, you’ve got these people with a lot of experience, and they can overwhelm you. Instead of building your vision, they will try to assimilate you, and you revolutionize nothing. You just add another mediocre company. It’s difficult but necessary for us not to hire anybody with boat experience until we reach a critical mass and launch the product. At that point, we’d be stupid not to incorporate their experience into our process.”

Zen Yachts Zen50

Then again, brands with marine experience are also trying to lead. At Mercury Marine, vice president of e-solutions Perissa Bailey—who previously was director of technology at Ford Motor Co.—says it’s understood that electric boats are still in the phase of early adopters, with companies trying to figure out exactly what consumers want. One thing they know for sure at Mercury Marine, she says: “They don’t want to compromise the time they spend on the water. In the early electrification days in automotive, there were a lot of questions about range anxiety. It forced consumers to think about how many miles they drive a day and what’s the cost of ownership for an electric vehicle for that many miles. We’re going through that same learning curve in marine. Customers are saying, ‘If my leisure boating activity typically consists of this many hours on the water, I don’t want to compromise that just because I go electric. And if there’s a series of activities I do, if I’m [riding on a PWC] or fishing or whatever I do, I don’t want to compromise those either if I go electric. I don’t want to have to adapt my usage pattern to a technology. I want the technology to adapt to that usage pattern.’”

The trick is that the technological solution for a boater who wants to cruise to dinner and back is likely to be far different from the solution for a boater who wants to cruise off the grid for months, says Julien Melot, CEO and designer at Zen Yachts, which is preparing to launch the Zen50 catamaran. It has solar power, along with a wingsail, with the latter adding the long-distance range that previous models lacked. “The last boat was great for coastal cruising, but I would not have sold it to a family that wants to cross the Pacific. If it gets cloudy or overcast, the laws of physics apply, and you won’t have enough power to escape the storm,” Melot says. “On the Zen50, with the addition of the wingsail, that problem is solved.”

As with some of the other brands in the e-boat space, Zen Yachts is seeing early adopters who don’t necessarily fit the profile of traditional boaters. “Our client base is not experienced sailors,” he says. “They are more attracted by the fact that you are self-reliant. If the world collapses one more time, they know they can take their boat out, and they’ll be fine.”

Silent-Resorts location

And some leaders in this space are already thinking past the boats. They’re focusing instead on where boaters will want to go, as more styles of e-boats take to the water. Silent-Resorts, which is affiliated with the catamaran builder Silent-Yachts, is now creating destinations to harness electric power and make recharging easy for all types of boats, no matter what comes next. The first location, in the Bahamas, is scheduled to finish construction later this year, with build-out starting on the second location, in Fiji, around that same time. “We’re talking with all the builders,” says Victor Barrett, CEO of Silent-Resorts. “We’re setting up in areas where cruising is popular, and we’re setting up the micro grid that connects the marinas, facilities and residences. If you have a house that’s not occupied, all that power is going into the central grid so the boats can plug in, charge fast and go. The boats can feed power into the island as well. We’ll be the first company in multiple locations to have Silent-Marinas ready to accept electric boats.”

All these advancements, of course, are far from inexpensive. The cost of a Blue Innovations Group R30 is about $300,000. The Silent Speed 28, Jost says, is likely to retail for about 500,000 euros (that was about $550,000 at press time). “The batteries are expensive,” Jost says. “You need new software. You have to develop it. And you have to make it lightweight. It might take about five years for the price to come down.” Until then, expect to pay as much as $440,000 to $660,000 for e-boats up to about 30 feet length overall, he adds. “It’s double what you pay for an outboard system, but the scale of combustion comes from the automotive industry, so if that industry loses scale by going electric, you will also lose that scale for the nautical industry on combustion.”

And the people buying e-boats right now often care more about innovation than prices. Melot says four Zen50 catamarans have been sold. The first and third are going to the East and West coasts in the United States; the other two are headed to Europe. Three of the four clients are Tesla shareholders. “Typically, the clients already have an electric car, they already have solar panels on their home, and the next thing they can buy is an electric boat,” he says, adding that for these folks, electric power is the top consideration. “They don’t want to hear about a yacht that has diesel on board.”

Torqeedo’s Deep Blue 100i 2500

Torqeedo’s Deep Blue 100i 2500 is an inboard system that provides 100 kW of continuous power for planing powerboats. It’s made with the same type of lithium batteries that are now found in some cars, but with components that are waterproof and that come with monitoring to guard against short circuits. The company offers a nine-year warranty for boats in private use, with the hope that the long guarantee will help customers feel secure about the type of power. Torqeedo also markets Deep Blue as low-maintenance and emission-free.

Taking Orders Now

Blue Innovations Group is taking reservations for the R30, which is expected to cost about $300,000. Customers who put down $5,000 can get one of the first 100 hulls. For $1,000, customers can be next in line after that. As of this writing, more than 50 reservations were in hand.

For Day Cruising

While some e-boat builders are trying to solve design challenges for long-distance cruising, Blue Innovations Group is starting with a dayboat. The 30-foot R30 will have the capacity to carry 12 people with an estimated run time of eight hours and a top hop of 39 knots.

X Shore 1 drive system

Even Stronger

Swedish e-boat builder X Shore recently announced a partnership with the German company Bosch Engineering to improve the performance and efficiency on the drive system aboard the 21-foot X Shore 1. Bosch’s background is in passenger cars, commercial vehicles, RVs, rail, ships and other industries. This partnership marks Bosch’s first foray into the world of e-boats for leisure use. The goal of the partnership is to share series production experience as well as proven high-performance components from the automotive world.

Floating Solar Concept

The team working on creating Silent-Resorts is talking with government officials in Fiji about deploying a floating ring that collects rainwater and generates solar power as an eco-friendly way to address two of the biggest challenges that hamper island development. Eventually, a similar system may also launch in the Bahamas.

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Electric Yachts for 2022

  • By Sail Greener
  • Last updated: May 4, 2022

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Most major boat brands are still building sailboats with dirty but reliable diesel propulsion. Fortunately, however, a growing number of innovative companies are offering fully-electric yachts. These early adopters are pushing some larger manufacturers to offer electric options as well. This new generation of boats with quieter and cleaner propulsion represents the future of sailing.

So what are some of the most exciting electric monohull and multihull sailboats on the market in 2022? We highlight newer green monohulls and multi hulls from Alva , Arcona , Elan , Salona , Sunreef , X-Yachts , Zen Yachts , and more.

Alva Yachts

Alva Yachts is a brand new builder of luxury solar power yachts. The company evolved from Pica Yachts, which built 20-30 foot sailing and electric powerboats from 2013-2019. Launched in 2020, Alva Yachts offers the Ocean series of eco-powered yachts and sailing yachts. The company's eco-powered yachts include fully electric-solar cruisers and catamarans from 50 feet (15.20 meters) to 90 feet (27.5 meters).

Alva Yachts has also designed two electric sailing yachts, the Ocean Sail 72 (22,25 meters) and the mammoth Ocean Sail 82 (25 meters), likely the first fully-electric 80-foot sailing yacht.

Ocean Sail 72

The company's stated goal for the Ocean Sail 72 was to design the best electric performance yacht possible by combining the efficiency of a racing hull with a deck layout that is comfortable and cozy. The futuristic design by Holger Henn / Henn Project , with input from naval architects at the Henn Project and Hamburg's Bad PyrmontI-Yacht, includes integrated solar panels.

Ocean Sail 72 Alva Yachts.

A 135 kW electric motor with 124 kWh battery capacity and a 200 kW DC generator powers the yacht. The boat comes with 4.8kWp photovoltaic capacity with three 230 kVA 230 V shore power hookups. With energy to spare, a 50,000 BTU air conditioner is available for hot summer days and warmer climes.

The sailing gear includes a123 m² self-tacking mainsail, a 121 m² jib, an optional 142 m² genoa, and a 305m² gennaker. The boat is ready for the boldest bluewater adventures, coming with a Europe, CE (Category A) classification. It carries 10,680 kg of ballast, displaces 32,500 kg, with a draft of 3 meters. With a generous beam of 18.7 feet (5.7 meters), the Ocean Sail 72 is spacious. It comes with a 1,000 liter freshwater tank, two 200 liter blackwater tanks, and two 200 liter greywater tanks,

Arcona Yachts

Sweden's Arcona Yachts is one of the world's leading builders of electric yachts. Electric propulsion upgrades are available across the entire Arcona fleet. Arcona Yachts claims to have the largest fleet of electric zero emissions yachts. It was an early adopter of electric propulsion, launching the Arcona 380Z in 2015 (for more see a Cruising World review of the Arcona 380Z ).

The company officially rolled out the new Arcona 415 in 2021. Designed by Stefan Qviberg and the Arcona Design team, the boat comes with electric propulsion as a standard feature. Arcona installs Oceanvolt motors, and the Arcona 415 comes equipped with a powerful 15kW Oceanvolt Servoprop electric propulsion system. A 19kWh battery pack comes standard. The Oceanvolt Sail Drive is able to regenerate power via the propeller once the boat is making sufficient speed.

Arcona 415 Arcona Yachts.

This new model builds on the success of the older Arcona 410. Like the Arcona 410, the 415 comes with an open transom and twin wheels. The hull is made with a 20 mm Divinycell foam core using vacuum infusion technology. The company says it built the 12.20 meter-long boat for strength, speed, responsiveness, and ease of sailing. Bulkheads are bonded to the hull and deck for added strength, and a galvanized steel cradle helps to absorb the dynamic loads of the rig, mast and keel. The boat meets A-Ocean European CE Category. The 415 displaces 7,800 kilograms (17,200 pounds).

The boat comes with a sailing setup built for speed, with a mainsail of 57 m 2 a 107% jib, 148 m 2 spinnaker, and 132 m 2 Gennaker.

The company designed the interior of the Arcona 415 with the option of elegantly handcrafted Mahogany or Scandinavian Light Oak. With a 3.9 meter beam, there is plenty of space. Customers can purchase two- or three-cabin models, and the boat is billed as a quality performance cruiser. A spacious saloon and well-equipped galley round out the interior. This model has a water capacity of 230 liters, 25 liters for hot water, and a 75 liter holding tank.

Elan Yachts

Elan Yachts has a seven decade pedigree of innovation and award-winning boat building. The company builds three boat lines: The E-Line, Impression-Line, and GT Line. SAIL magazine awarded the Elan GT6, a 49 foot luxury performance cruiser sailing yacht, the Best Boats 2022 award .

The new flagship model for the high-performance E-Line range is the E6 . Launched in March of 2022, the 50 foot 2 inch (15.30 meter) (length overall) E6 is the company's largest and fastest performance cruiser. According to the company , the E6 is “…intended to be the fastest, lightest and stiffest 47 ft fitted production performance cruisers on the market.”

Elan E6

Boats in the E Line series are designed in conjunction with Humphreys Yacht Design to be high-performance yachts with ocean cruising capabilities. The boats are built with Vacuum Assisted Infusion Lamination (VAIL) technology to create strong, stable, and safe cruising boats. Like many modern performance cruisers, boats in the E Line series come with chined hulls and twin rudders to deliver control and stability at high heel angles. All models include a carbon fiber retractable bowsprit, tapered keel stepped masts, a genoa furling system, and adjustable split backstays.

The boat comes with 97.7 US gallons (370 liters) of water capacity. While the standard model comes with an available 63.4 US gallon (240 liter) fuel tank capacity and 57 or 80 HP Yanmar engines. However, the E6 is also available with twin 15 kW Oceanvolt SailDrives for sailors trying to reduce their diesel footprint. The E6 comes with three pairs of Harken winches that were reportedly positioned after in-house testing with an Olympic sailing team.

The E6 is just as elegant below as it is sporty above. Designed by Pininfarina, the spacious interior includes natural oak veneered and solid wood finish.

Salona Yachts

Salona Yachts is a relatively small yacht builder, but the company is making heads turn with its award-winning eco-friendly yachts. The Croatian yacht builder, which has been building yachts since 2002, offers performance cruising models ranging from the Salona 33 to the Salona 46. The U.S. dealer for Salona is Green Yacht Sales , itself a leader in promoting the electric yacht revolution.

Salona S46-XLVI

Salona launched the high-tech Salona S46 in October 2021. The S46, designed with J&J Design , evolved from the S44. The company says the solid hull and deck are produced using vacuum infusion and vinyl ester resin. An internal steel frame supports the keel and mast.

The S46 has a large and functional cockpit with halyards and other lines running aft to the cabin roof to make single-handed steering easy. The boat comes with a fractional rig and oversized winches. The main is managed with an electric winch.

A twin  Oceanvolt  electric propulsion system offers speed as well as hydroregeneration while under sail. Green Yacht Sails reported in a test sail that the S46 reached 5 knots of speed in 4.5 knots of wind on a beam reach and over 10 knots in winds in the range of 15-20 knots.

Salona Yachts S46

The boat is as good looking and comfortable as it is well built. The interior has a light “Euro” modern look. The S46 comes with a spacious refrigerator, double sink, three-burner galley, and spacious counter and cabinet.

The boat comes equipped with a 53 gallon water tank, twin Oceanvolt 10 kW Servoprop Electric Motors, and a 30 kW battery bank. The S model is reportedly able to travel approximately 70 miles at a speed of 3 to 3.5 knots (or 6.6 knots for about 15 miles at high speed).

Judges at the 2021 Newport International Boat Show recognized the quality and innovation built into the S46 by awarding the S46 with the Best Green Boat award. According to an article on the 2022 Boat of the Year in Crusing World Magazine one of the judges reported that, “This boat lit up under sail, and was a joy to steer and tweak.” For a complete review of the S46 see this article in Sailing Today with Yachts & Yachting .

Sunreef Yachts

Sunreef Yachts  is a leading builder of luxury sailing and power catamarans. Founded in 2002, the company builds and finishes boats at its facility in Gdansk, Poland. The company claims that Sustainability is at the core of its activities.

Sunreef offers the Sunreef Yachts Eco series. The company equips these boats with a composite-integrated solar panel system and among the lightest batteries in the industry.

Sail catamarans in the Sunreef Yachts Eco series feature recyclable sails and advanced electric engines with custom-engineered battery banks. Solar panels that the company manufactures in-house are plentiful. Additional power is supplied from hydro generation and wind turbines.

Below decks, Sunreef's eco-yachts emphasize sustainable materials, including reclaimed teak, linen and basalt-based furniture, and naturally-sourced and recycled fibers.

The Sunreef Yachts Eco series include six models ranging from the Sunreef 50 Eco to the enormous Sunreef 43M Eco (141 feet) mega yacht.

Sunreef 50 Eco

The Sunreef 50 Eco powers its twin 40kW electric engines with up to 67 m² of solar panels designed and built into the mast, boom, hulls, superstructure and bimini. Additional power comes from hydro-generators and wind generators. Installed solar panel specifications range from 3kWp up to 13kWp. Energy is stored in the boat's 80kW lithium batteries. The sailing catamaran includes an 80m² mainsail and 79m² genoa.

The Sunreef 50 Eco Yacht

The customizable interior includes a stern cockpit equipped with a hydraulic platform, spacious dining and lounging areas that transition into a main saloon. Wrap-around windows provide stunning views while sailing or docked. A bow terrace features a lounging space protected from wind and sun. The catamaran accommodates up to 12 people.

After four decades of innovation, X-Yachts is launching a new electric-powered sailboat model to join the green boating revolution. This new range of boats mirrors the company's recent visible corporate environmental sustainability commitments . For example, In 2021 X-Yachts became the main sponsor of the Race For Oceans Foundation , an organization whose target is to protect the oceans from plastic.

The X4⁹E is the first X-Yacht sailboat the company has built as a hybrid-powered yacht. The company fitted the yacht with two 10 kW electric saildrives from OceanVolt, a 28.8 kWh 48 volt LiFePO4 Lithium battery bank, and an onboard Fischer Panda DC generator with capacity of 11 kW. The company plans a fully electric option for owners who request it.

Two Oceanvolt saildrives have a maximum power of 10kW each. This would enable a theoretical maximum speed of up to 7.8 knots. At this speed the saildrive could repower the battery bank with a regeneration power of up to 3,000 watts.

The generator recharges the 48V lithium battery bank and/or simultaneously provides power to the Oceanvolt saildrives. Recharging from 20% to 80% with the generator is estimated to take around 95 minutes.

OceanVolt and X-Yachts project a range of 12.6 NM at a fast 7.3 knots of speed up to 49 NM at a more leisurely 4 knots of speed estimated under flat water and no wind conditions.

The company reports it expects to launch the first X4⁹E in May 2022.

Zen Yachts is one of the newest and most ambitious eco-yacht builders. The company has a stated mission to strive to accelerate the transition to zero-emission boating, yachting, and even shipping.

Zen Yachts claims the ZEN50 is the world's first series production catamaran equipped with a wingsail. Award-winning naval architect Julien Mélot designed the catamaran.

The ZEN50 (LOA 15.7 meters) sports racing carbon hulls. A huge solar roof enables abundant solar power, with a reported solar power versus displacement ratio of 16 kW to 16 tons. The boats most unique feature is its revolutionary, fully automated, optional wingsail manufactured by Ayro . The OceanWings32 was originally developed for Team Oracle for the 2010 America’s Cup. Zenso claims this boat is the first series production leisure craft equipped with a fully-automated wingsail. A high capacity 160 kWh lithium battery bank powers a powerful electric motor. The ZEN50 reportedly can achieve 14 knots and maintain high continuous speeds.

The ZEN50 comes in three versions: Racer, Cruiser and Explorer models. The company lists the base “Sea Racer” model at US $1.6 million. It lists the “World Cruiser” model at US $2.25 million. Construction of the first units began in March 2022.

ZEN50 electric catamaran Zen Yachts

The interior of the ZEN50 is just as elegant and roomy as the topside is innovative. The boat includes two large day beds, three dining areas for at least ten people, a professional galley, two wet kitchens, five heads, and up to four double ensuite cabins. Additional sleeping areas are available via a bunk double and single.

The ZEN50 also comes with an electric tender, dive compressor, satellite internet, and helm stations in the cockpit and flybridge.

In the next few years we expect that electric yachts will no longer be a niche market. For example, In 2021 Groupe Beneteau announced plans to develop electric options across a number of its brands. This is important because Groupe Beneteau is one of the most important players in the boating industry.

Group Beneteau controls 17 brands and services at 20 different production sites. The company reported revenue of €1.15 billion (US$ 1.25 billion) in 2019-20 across all its brands (including non-boat brands). The boat division at Groupe Beneteau includes 180 recreational boat models across its 12 boat brands. These include Beneteau , the iconic namesake brand, which includes 45 different models; Jeanneau , which itself has a more than 60-year legacy of designing and building powerboats, sailboats, and yachts; Lagoon , a leader in the construction of cruising catamaran sailboats; and Excess  catamarans.

As an example of where Groupe Beneteau may be heading, In 2021 the first hybrid  Excess 15  was introduced at the 2021 Cannes Yachting Festival . The prototype catamaran came equipped with the Deep Blue Hybrid system from Torqeedo .

The Excess 15 is spacious. It is the largest catamaran in the Bénéteau Group family with an area of 125 square meters (1,345 square feet) and a 25-meter (82 foot) high mast. The electric prototype included a bluewater sailing configuration that included twin Deep Blue 50 kW electric saildrives and two Deep Blue high-capacity lithiumion BMW i3 batteries.

The prototype is part of a Groupe Beneteau's reported strategy to incorporate hybrid engine projects across a variety of its brands and boat models. However, as of April 2022 it did not appear that buyers could select the electric power option from the Excess 15 configuration page .

Beneteau 30.1

In 2021 Beneteau also introduced a prototype of its Oceanis 30.1 model sailboat. The Oceanis 30.1 basic model is the smallest yacht in the Beneteau line of cruising boats. Launched in 2019 , the 30.1 won Best Small Cruiser of 2020 from Sail Magazine and Best Performance Cruiser of 2020 from Cruising World Magazine. As of April 2022 it did not appear that Beneteau listed an electric power option for the Oceanis 30.1 on the boat's public specification page . Based on the introduction of an electric prototype, we hope this option will be possible soon for this award-winning small cruiser.

If 2022 is any indication, we are in an exciting era of new electric yachts from innovative small yacht companies like Salona Yachts. More established companies like Elan Yachts and X-Yachts are beginning to offer electric options. Major brands like Beneteau and Excess are teasing electric prototypes. The ever-growing number of innovative multihulls from companies like Zenso and Sunreef offer an even more exciting range of options for the boater trying to sail greener.

More Information

Reach out to us if you would like us to highlight additional new electric yacht models and lines! If you want to learn more about the benefits and challenges of electric yachts, check out  The Pros, Cons, and Future of Electric Yachts and Sailboats . For a growing list of boat builders that manufacture electric yachts, electric propulsion systems, as well as other useful green boating resources, check out our Sail Greener Resources Page .

  • Sail Greener
  • Originally Published: April 23, 2022

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Review of E Boat

Basic specs..

The keel is made of iron. Many people prefer lead keel in favour of iron. The main argument is that lead is much heavier than iron and a lead keel can therefore be made smaller which again result in less wet surface, i.e. less drag. In fact iron is quite heavy, just 30% less heavy than lead, so the advantage of a lead keel is often overstated.

The boat can sail close to the beach as the draft is just 0.25 - 0.35 meter (0.82 - 1.12 ft) dependent of the load. See immersion rate below.

The boat is typically equipped with an engine.

Sailing characteristics

This section covers widely used rules of thumb to describe the sailing characteristics. Please note that even though the calculations are correct, the interpretation of the results might not be valid for extreme boats.

What is Theoretical Maximum Hull Speed?

The theoretical maximal speed of a displacement boat of this length is 5.7 knots. The term "Theoretical Maximum Hull Speed" is widely used even though a boat can sail faster. The term shall be interpreted as above the theoretical speed a great additional power is necessary for a small gain in speed.

The immersion rate is defined as the weight required to sink the boat a certain level. The immersion rate for E Boat is about 102 kg/cm, alternatively 571 lbs/inch. Meaning: if you load 102 kg cargo on the boat then it will sink 1 cm. Alternatively, if you load 571 lbs cargo on the boat it will sink 1 inch.

Sailing statistics

This section is statistical comparison with similar boats of the same category. The basis of the following statistical computations is our unique database with more than 26,000 different boat types and 350,000 data points.

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E-Boat Class

Designed by Julian Everitt, went into production in 1976 and to date there are in the region of 250 E-Boats around the world. She was designed to comply with IOR rules and is basically a 22 feet, four berth trailer/sailer.

Numbers of this versatile cruiser racer have grown in recent years at Skerries.

The E-boat has a lifting keel which means it can sit on a more sheltered Skerries drying mooring. The boats are also popular in Clontarf for the same reason. Skerries has the second largest fleet of E Boats in Ireland and to date have 7 boats actively racing. Clontarf continues to have the largest fleet of 20 boats.

The E-boat has one of the best racing records in Skerries Sailing Club, racing within the cruiser class and is more than a match against other racing yachts. Also a popular boat with new members, looking to get bigger boat experience. The fleet is always looking for crew members.

Web site: The International E-boat Class Association

Berni Grogan – Class captain Phone: 086 364 2453



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This one-design trailer-sailer was intended as a pocket racer, but also proved an economical cruiser-racer for dinghy sailors moving up. Introduced in 1976, she was designed by Julian Everitt and built by a number of yards all over Europe, so standards vary and some were amateur-completed. She is flush-decked so accommodation and headroom are restricted, though there are four berths. A cruising version with a coachroof was introduced late in the day. She is fast and fun.

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While they may be far outnumbered by their motor yacht peers, sailing yachts are unique in terms of regatta capabilities and eco-friendly performance. Most buyers of a sailing yacht for sale wouldn’t swap their bluewater cruisers or regatta winners for anything. After all, there's nothing quite like sipping ice-cold mojitos to the soundtrack of a sail flapping gently overhead.

That's why we have invited a mix of some of the most elegant, traditional, modern and enjoyable sailing yachts for sale to be showcased on BOAT – to help those aspiring owners to find their perfect match. Owning a sailing yacht comes with numerous benefits, freedom and flexibility to set sail whenever and wherever. Plus, the eco-friendly credentials never go out-of-date.

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Classic look hydrofoiling electric boat debuts in Moscow

A team in Russia has developed this sleek hydrofoiling electric boat with a retro-tech classic runabout look, both inside and out.

The boat is called the Molniya – Russian for ‘lightning’ – and uses fixed surface piercing (SP) foils rather than the retractable inverted-T fully submerged (FS) type on boats like the Candela 7 .

The Molniya prototype was built by Artem Markov and a small team he assembled in Moscow. Markov is a graduate of the Moscow Automobile and Road Construction Institute, where he was part of their Formula MADI electric car racing team that competed against other universities from around the world.

Hydrofoiling electric boat idea started in 2016

Like many other electric boat developers he is also a long time sailor and says “ I have never been able to understand what is the beauty of going on motor boats with a lot of vibration and noise. So, I decided I wanted to find a way to transfer the silence and comfort of a sailing yacht to a boat. The idea came to me in 2016, and from that moment I started working on the project .”

He is a big fan of the work that the team at Candela has been doing, and is well versed in their reasonings of why hydrofoiling is the way to reduce drag and increase efficiency and comfort. So he knew foiling was the way to go and began to design his dream boat.

hydrofoiling electric boat has static foils on the hull close to the waterline

It is one thing to know exactly what one wants, but b udget realities quite often make inventors adapt. So he found a classic fibreglass-and-aluminum hull and went to work redesigning and converting it. The team had to strengthen and reinforce the hull to handle the stresses from the front foils. At the stern of the boat they designed  protruding half-wings that would help lift the boat onto those front SP foils as it accelerated.

80kW motor mounted to stern drive unit 

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That gives the 8.9 m • 29 ft boat a cruising speed of about 20 kts • 37 km/h and maximum speed of 36 kts • 66km/h. As for range, the Molniya can go for 135 Nautical miles at 5 kts, 17 Nm at 25 kts and 20 Nm at the top speed. 

For the battery, they have taken stock lithium-ion cells and developed the modules themselves. The size is 160kW and there are some creative and useful ideas incorporated into the charging and battery management systems. One is the ability to connect a warning system to a GPS route so if you are driving at a speed that is taking yo u beyond range of getting back to shore the motor will automatically slow down. When you do get back, a full 0-100% charge takes 3.5 hours and you can check status through SMS.

hydrofoiling electric boat has dashboard with wood steering wheel and gauges similar to a 1950s car interior

One of the intriguing things about the Molniya is that all of the electric boat technology has been incorporated into a striking overall retro look. The dashboard looks like it might have been taken from a 1950s luxury car catalogue, but of course the actual meters are all digital. The interior of the entire boat harkens back to an earlier day, appearing ready to whisk 6 passengers off to a swing era supper club.

From prototype to production

Having built and tested the prototype from an existing hull, the goal of Markov and the team is to move to production mode and use the materials he always envisioned in his dream boat. While the aluminum and fibreglass of the original have been useful for testing, speed and range will benefit from materials like much lighter carbon-kevlar.

hydrofoiling electric boat seen from above

The adapted stern drive was useful for proving the hydrofoiling electric boat concept, but all of the designers and engineers are keen to see the improved efficiency they will get from a motor, drive and battery system they have designed from scratch for the Molniya. As for the foils themselves, the production model will use lighter, thinner composites instead of stainless steel.

Obviously the spring and summer of 2020 has not provided the best opportunities to introduce the prototype at boat shows and stir up interest with consumers, the trade or investors. It seems, though that the Molniya is the type of boat that should appeal to peopl looking for the same thing Artem wanted for himself: a classic motor boat experience but one that is quiet, odour free…and smooth sailing.

You can find out more on the Molniya website, lightning-foil.com .

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36 yachts for sale in moscow, customer reviews, popular destinations.

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Moscow is the largest city and historical capital of Russia, the country's most popular tourist center and the center of the Russian Orthodox Church. In this metropolis, antiquity and modernity are whimsically combined, numerous cultural and historical sights, viewing platforms and entertainment centers make it a center of attraction for tens of millions of tourists from all over the world.

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Monterey 224 FSC

  • Length 6.90 m
  • Beam 2.50 m
  • Draft 0.60 m

Merry Fisher 695 Serie 2

  • Length 6.00 m
  • Beam 2.00 m
  • Draft 0.00 m

Velvette 20 Image

  • Length 6.06 m
  • Beam 2.36 m
  • Draft 0.40 m

Nord Star 42

  • Length 11.80 m
  • Beam 3.00 m
  • Draft 1.00 m

Nissan Sunfisher 780

  • Length 8.00 m
  • Beam 2.40 m

Beneteau Antares 8

  • Length 8.10 m
  • Beam 2.80 m

Meridian 341

  • Length 10.75 m
  • Beam 3.56 m

AMT 230 DC

  • Length 8.13 m
  • Beam 2.60 m
  • Draft 0.90 m

Rinker 236 CC

  • Length 7.16 m
  • Beam 2.58 m

Velvette 23 Active Sedan

  • Length 7.06 m
  • Beam 2.55 m

Faserind Evolution 41

  • Length 11.50 m
  • Beam 3.50 m
  • Draft 0.95 m

Finnmaster 7050 SF

  • Length 7.05 m
  • Beam 2.70 m

Trophy 2302 WA

  • Length 7.01 m
  • Beam 2.59 m

Yamarin 59 Cabin

  • Length 5.81 m
  • Beam 2.26 m

Baikal 16 SH

  • Length 16.20 m
  • Beam 7.00 m
  • Draft 1.20 m

Velvette 23 Active Sedan

  • Length 9.44 m

Faserind Evolution 38

  • Length 14.00 m
  • Beam 4.80 m
  • Draft 1.10 m

Frauscher 1017 GT

  • Length 9.99 m

Riva Rivamare #60

  • Length 11.88 m

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 32i

  • Length 9.60 m
  • Beam 3.05 m
  • Draft 1.45 m

XO 270 RS Cabin

  • Length 8.60 m
  • Draft 0.50 m

Jetten 58 AC

  • Length 17.80 m
  • Beam 4.90 m
  • Draft 1.35 m

Jeanneau Merry Fisher 855 Marlin

  • Length 8.25 m
  • Beam 2.97 m
  • Draft 0.59 m

Baikal 18 SMY

  • Length 18.00 m
  • Beam 5.80 m
  • Draft 1.40 m

Nord Star 32 Patrol

  • Length 11.40 m
  • Draft 0.80 m

Grandezza 40 FLY

  • Length 12.30 m
  • Beam 3.95 m

Baikal 14 SMY

  • Beam 4.50 m

Baikal 16 Cat

  • Length 16.00 m
  • Draft 1.30 m

Navigator 30

  • Length 10.00 m
  • Draft 0.89 m

Baikal 18R

  • Beam 8.00 m

Jeanneau 32i

  • Length 9.45 m
  • Beam 3.30 m
  • Draft 1.98 m

Frauscher 858

  • Length 8.67 m

Jeanneau NC 33

  • Length 10.53 m

When planning to buy a yacht in Moscow , pay attention to the offers of 2yachts - we hope you will find a suitable option among current and profitable ads from direct sellers.

Sights of the Russian capital

On the territory of the largest city in Europe with a 9-century history, there are many interesting places and objects. Some of the best attractions of modern Moscow are:

  • The Kremlin and Red Square, with which it is worth starting to get acquainted with the city;
  • Arbat - the main tourist artery of Moscow;
  • The business center of the city with skyscrapers is Moscow City with viewing platforms, including a 360-degree circular view of the capital;
  • The Bolshoi Theater is one of the most significant in Russia and the world;
  • Tretyakov Gallery with the world's largest collection of Russian painting;
  • Ostankino TV Tower, the country's main television tower 540 m high with 2 viewing platforms - open type and glazed at different levels;
  • St. Basil's Cathedral (Cathedral of the Protection of the Holy Virgin);
  • The historical district of the capital is Kitay Gorod.

It is also worth visiting the river berths, beaches (in Rublevo, Strogino and Serebryany Bor) of the Moscow River, Kolomenskoye Museum-Reserve, Moskarium Oceanography Center, Novodevichy Convent, Moscow Planetarium, Darwin Museum, Zaryadye Natural Landscape Park and Exhibition of Achievements of National Economy (VDNH).

The best restaurants in Moscow: Pushkin, Balzi rossi, Wine & Crab, Osteria della Piazza Bianca, White Rabbit, Björn, Northerners, Beluga, Lavkalavka and others.

Yachting in Moscow

You can leave your yacht parked in Moscow at the pier of one of the many yacht clubs on the banks of the Moscow River and the Khimki Reservoir - for example, on the territory of the Yacht Port “Estate Port” with 36 berths for vessels up to 15 m long or in CHALET RIVER CLUB yacht club on the border with the Moscow region with 57 berths for vessels up to 17 m long and with a draft of up to 1.7 m. If you are interested in selling yachts in Moscow , we recommend that you use the services of one of the trusted yacht brokers in the region, for example - PRESTIGE YACHTS, ULTRABOATS, IY C or WEST NAUTICAL.

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