Nedship and Solarwave developed a zero-emission catamaran aka the Tesla on the sea – The Solarwave 62.

The yacht has solar cells on the roof that produce enough power for the propulsion and the hotel functions for maximum independence to stay for long periods on the sea. The catamaran is a lightweight construction of 18 tons. Standard material is e-glass and infused epoxy. Optional is a carbon version available.

Solarwave tested the system for 4 years with a prototype. The two electrical engines give her a top speed of 10 knots. The Solarwave 62 has also features like a retractable sky roof and a garage for a 6.5-metre tender on a yacht with a length of “just” 18 meters.

For people who like the yacht itself, but don’t want a full-electric propulsion: It is also possible to order the yacht with diesel engines.

Nedship develops currently the SolarWind 64 – a retractable sail assisted version, the Relax 72 and the Eclipse 84 (Tri-Deck version).

Power overview

Main Specifications

Length over all:18.80 m
Beam:9.50 m
Draft:0.70 m
Material:Epoxy / eglass or optional carbon
Main Engines:E-Engines
Owner's Accommodation:Whole starboard-hull exclusively for master-cabin and master-bathroom, 1 large full hull beam double bed with middle or side access with slatted base, Option for bed inlet for completely closed bed corner, Extended lounge and relax corner
Displacement:18 t

Layout

Solarwave 62 Yacht
Interior Layout