The X Shore 1’s mission is to convert the yachting world to electric power. Its $100,000 pricetag is a very convincing argument.
The three new models are not only outfitted with glitzy amenities: They’re solar-powered, too.
During a two-hour test run, the vessel filled a 1.5 gallon tank with clean, green hydrogen.
Minimal emissions from a solar-powered, 60-foot motoryacht is a very big deal. But we found other big features that could be improved.
The 49-footer can generate 3.5 kW of clean, green energy when sailing at speeds greater than 8 knots.
Fittingly, the ice-class expedition vessel will cruise the seas sans emissions.
The setup allows the yacht to cruise emissions-free for up to 16 hours.
The nearly zero-emissions craft was inspired by the fluidity and dynamism of ocean waves.
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Candela’s P-8 Voyager promises a top speed of 30 knots and range of 50 nautical miles on a single charge.