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New Limousine Hybrid Yacht Tender by Green Yachts

October 29, 2012

Limousine Yacht Tender: Photo courtesy of Green Yachts

Limousine Yacht Tender: Photo courtesy of Green Yachts

Green Yachts located in Genova, Italy, spotlights its new luxury yacht tender with an eco-friendly hybrid propulsion system.

The new Limousine Hybrid yacht tender concept is equipped as a standard with 2 inboard 125 HP engines, coupled with Hybrid propulsion system allowing to cruise in fully zero emission mode or to reduce the consumption of diesel engines. The hybrid system guarantees low pollution emission and great reduction of vibrations and noise when cruising.

The ceiling roof is constructed of glass is equipped with a filter‐film that can reduce visibility up to 90%, providing more privacy to guests and a warmer ambience. Under the back seat in the stern, there is a large space to fit and store guests luggage just as in a real limousine car. The large side windows of the tender allow easy access to the sitting area and at the same time good view from inside during navigation. There are also protective bulkheads for easy access onboard the boat. Pilot and co-pilot have excellent 360 degrees view even when seated –  no need to stand up all cruising time.

Main particulars:

• Length: 9.99 m

• Beam: 3.60 m

• Draft: 0.85 m

• Displacement: 4600 kg
• Endurance with Combustion low emission engine: 40 hours at 11 kn

• Max Speed: 20 kn

• Fuel: 600 lt

• Water: 150 lt
• Persons onboard: 10
• Beds: 2

 



 
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