64-Foot Hydrogen-Powered Catamaran Uses Renewable Energy to Supply Unlimited Range

AQUON ONE : A new challenger has joined the eco-friendly yacht range. The 19m/64′ AQUON ONE, set for delivery in 2023, is a smart and solar catamaran yacht powered by fuel cells offering true independence at sea. As the first solar and hydrogen yacht, AQUON ONE comes with a holistic approach – combining modern comfort, performance, and sustainability.

She offers silent cruising without either noise or fumes from the engines or generators while furnishing energy to all other onboard devices and off-grid for several days. She is the definition of a ‘Pocket Superyacht’ that is designed, built, and finished to the very highest of standards.

Thanks to her own 64sqm solar panels included on the roof of the flybridge, AQUON ONE creates her own renewable solar supply which in turn is used to create green hydrogen fuel. AQUON ONE is then powered by two electric engines offering an impressive range. Free from noise and emissions, you will enjoy silent cruising, exceptional quality, and simplicity of handling and maintenance throughout. The perfect combination of superior performance and innovative Swiss technology.

AQUON ONE is designed by Christian Grande and built by Latitude Yachts. Her build features would be admired by some of the finest yachts and builders in the world today. AQUON ONE can also be delivered in either a two, three, or four-stateroom layout.

  • Delivery planned in 2023
  • Hydrogen-powered, zero-emission catamaran
  • Designed by Christian Grande and built by Latitude Yachts
  • Independent Green Hydrogen Generation – Excess solar energy is used to convert desalinated seawater into green hydrogen (H2) gas, which is then compressed and stored as long-term energy in onboard carbon tanks
  • Photovoltaic panels on the roof convert sunlight into electricity
  • Accommodates up to 8 guests in a 4-stateroom arrangement, but is also offered in a two or three cabin layout

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