Secon unit of the 50m light alloy series of the Tankoa shipyard, this yacht is powered with hybrid propulsion consisting of a pair of MTU8V4000M54 (895kW) and two electric motors (300 kW) driven by two 250 kW variable speed generators.
Engineering in collaboration with the shipyard's technical office
The yacht, second unit of the 50m light alloy series of the Tankoa shipyard, is powered with hybrid propulsion consisting of a pair of MTU8V4000M54 (895kW) and two electric motors (300 kW) driven by two 250 kW generators with variable speed.
In DEM (Diesel Electric Mode) the electric motors are powered by two variable speed generators and allow to reach a speed of 10,5 knots and a maximum range of 4900 nautical miles. The DEM mode ensures significant fuel savings and allows to reduce noise levels. In this mode, the main engines are switched off during navigation.
In Hybrid mode: one of the two main engines provides the electric power needed to feed the second electric motor for propulsion and onboard services. At 12 knots, the yacht can have a cruising range of around 4.000 nautical miles. The two Diesel generators are simply switched off during navigation.
In Traditional mode: the yacht can cruise at 16,5 knots using both the main Diesel engines for propulsion and a Diesel generator for onboard services. The variable speed generators autonomously adjust their rotation speed according to the power required.
In Booster Mode: with both main engines and generators running to feed the two electric motors and on-board services, the yacht is able to reach a maximum speed of 18 knots.
The exterior design is by Francesco Paszkowski, who also developed the interior design in collaboration with Margherita Casprini.
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2 x MTU 8V4000 M54 895kW @ 1800 rpm
2 x ZF 3361 - i = 4.478: 1
2 x 250 kW variable speed
100 kW electric
2 electric fins, zero speed
5.000 nm @ 12 kn