THE FIRST HYDROGEN POWERED LUXURY CATAMARAN
If you want to buy a luxury catamaran, you should definitely discover the Searide 66: The first green luxury catamaran for sale with different motorization options that suits every cruising style.
The Searide 66 is a Luxury Cruiser, fully equipped to function as a true 500 sqm houseboat, with a length of 24 meters, an oversized aft platform of 4 meters, and a beam of 11 meters.
This elegant and modern catamaran offers a 100 sqm crystal seeing main deck, a configurable number of instances for (up to 6) suites, gym or office room, invitees’ bathroom, and crew cabins.
It also offers a large fly with a saltwater SPA, a chill out area, a solarium, a bar with barbecue and plenty of storage space for toys like RIB, jet skis, paddle boards, and diving equipment.
The Searide 66 is 100% Eco-Friendly, generating its own 40Kwh renewable energy thanks to the combination of supercell solar panels, helicoidal wind turbines and hydraulic turbines, all of this with special design for high efficiency, sea boat environment and full respect of the marine fauna and flora.
The 2 units to be presented are Hydrogen Powered, equipped with their own PEM system to produce green hydrogen, stock it, and convert this hydrogen in electricity through an advanced fuel-cell, powering 2 electric engines of 400 kw (548 hp in each hull).
A new development of Artificial Intelligence Autonomous Navigation (AIAN) is used to make this boat simple to drive and maintain, by connecting to the weather system and a complete set of sensors in the boat in order to calculate the most safe and efficient route, control both engines and automated sails and navigate autonomously to the selected destination.
Many features of the boat have been adapted to comply with the Anti-Covid protocol of the intensive care units of the German health agency, like the application of Nano-Technology antivirus surfaces and the inclusion of individuals AC air purifiers with HEPA filtration, same as used in aviation.
The Searide 66 also generates its own free of bacteria and free virus drinkable water through watermakers with production of 2.000 liters per day