The a27 is a modern daysailer with electric propulsion. Solar panels integrated into the deck autonomously supply the system with energy.
The Baltic 146 superyacht PATH boasts the largest solar array ever installed on a sailing yacht: 8,714Wp ensure reduced fuel consumption.
225Wp of solar panels, optimized for high shadow tolerance, supply this Elan 340 sailing yacht with enough energy to run the fridges non-stop.
The deck of this Sunbeam 46.1 sailing yacht features an integrated solar system with 710Wp. 18 bypass diodes provide optimal shade tolerance.
The companionway hatch cover of this Dehler 34 performance sailing yacht was fitted with a custom-made walkable 130Wp solar array.
The deck of this Shark 24 has been equipped with a walkable solar panel with 83Wp. An optimized string layout provides high shade tolerance.
Next Generation Yachting: The Viator Explorer 42 DS uses a walkable solar array to charge the batteries of its innovative electric drive.
The sustainably manufactured Windelo 50 catamaran sources power for its propulsion and consumers from a walkable solar array with 3,321Wp.
This Solaris 47 performance sailing yacht was equipped ex shipyard with a 450Wp solar system integrated into the teak running deck.
On this Jeanneau 449 a walkable photovoltaics system with 176Wp was integrated into the deck. 5 bypass diodes guarantee high shade tolerance.
288Wp custom-made solar panels were integrated into the deck of this Hanse 470e. Invisible wiring and black laminate ensure perfect integration.
Custom-made walkable photovoltaic installation onboard a Bali 4.1 catamaran. 538Wp have been integrated into the forward salon roof.
Sunlight instead of fossil fuels: This electric sailing yacht has been developed in cooperation with Pogo Structures, Raymarine and Torqeedo.
Custom-made walkable solar system onboard a Bavaria 39 sailing yacht. Six bypass diodes and four MPP trackers for maximum shade tolerance.
The Pegasus 50 is a modern yacht for worldwide cruising. A fully walkable 520Wp photovoltaics system has been integrated into the coachroof.
Fully electric with solar panels and no hydrocarbons onboard, the Spirit Yachts 44CR(e) is at the forefront of sustainability in sailing.