Futuristic catamaran with the power of sea, wind and sun
While the future of automotive transportation is pondering upon all the possible energy resources, Mariano Fajgelbaum has come out with an innovative solution to what could be the next big thing sailing in the mighty oceans. Mariano has visualized an eco-compatible auto-sustainable catamaran concept that would save the power of sea, wind and sun in order to activate the engines. This 22-meter-long catamaran can release its solar panels to make the most out of the solar power when the ship is not moving. However, during the night the catamaran can always release the sub-acuatic 180” telescopic turbine to accumulate the water current power. If you still need more energy, the eolic turbine can do the same with the air drafts.
All this energy is accumulated in 116 batteries inside the hulls. If you run out of energy you still can release the telescopic carbon fiber sail to navigate in the traditional way. At night, the solar photocell line shines, making the ship recognizable. The dimensions of the catamaran also allow you to design the interiors on a free surface of 124m.
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