The Emax E-Volution from SCOD, is the Fastest and Greenest Superyacht in the World. A Solar Hybrid Schooner with a maximum speed of 28 knots and an Unlimited range, Zero Carbon Cruising speed at 14 knots. Built by Ned Ship the 66m Emax E-Volution is a culmination of the very best the Yachting world has to offer.
SOLAR HYBRID POWER SOURCES
2MWs of Renewable Energy supplied by Wind, Sun, Waves and Currents.
2MWs of ZF Hybrid Power supplied by MTU 2000 Series Tier 4i engines, the cleanest marine diesels on the market.
An additional 3MWs of energy harnessed from sustainable sources is stored and employed as ballast in a Lithium UPS.
The Emax E-Volution’s Stabilizing Propulsion System features anhedral ZF 4000 Pods and a retractable anhedral foil. Combining the azimuth pods with a Solar Powered Bow Thruster provides the advantage of full time Global Positioning.
The PV Exoskeleton imbedded into Ned Ship’s Epoxy Composite structure Generates up to 300MWs of Solar Energy per year, enough to run all Hotel services and offer up to 4,000nm of Carbon Neutral Cruising at 22knots.
DYNAWING SCHOONER LEGACY
The Emax E-Volution’s High Aspect Ratio DynaWing sails are 20% shorter than a conventional rig, yet produce twice as much power. When moored or under severe weather conditions the mainsails are reefed and the stay-less fully rotational Wingmasts are feathered into the wind.
As a Wingsail Schooner the Emax E-Volution inherits the legacy of the greatest sailing vessels of all times, past and present.
READILY AVAILABLE GREEN OEM TECHNOLOGY PRESENT IN THE EMAX E-VOLUTION
- High Modulus DynaWing Stay-less Schooner rig
- SunPower Solbian Marine Solar Panels
- MTU Series 2000 Tier 4i 858KW V12 engines
- Tesla 200KW Electric Motors
- Tesla Electronic Controller with (KER) Power Sailing Regeneration
- ZF 4000 Azimuth Pods
- Ocean Yacht Systems Rim Drive Bow Thruster
- MDI Retractable Anhedral Foil
- Corvus Lithium ion UPS <3MWs
- Ned Ship Bio Epoxy Carbon Kevlar Composite Structure
- Energy Star Equipment, Ocean LED Lighting & AC & Refrigeration with Waste Heat Recovery