Luxury Yacht

Luxurious Yachts – Gas Guzzlers?





The future of luxury yachting is here. Silent yachts have created a luxury yacht which can comfortably be operated without consuming a single fall of fossil gas. Thats ideal, this yacht operates on the suns vitality by means of its array of photo voltaic panels mixed with a significant battery bank deep in the hull of the vessel. We are joined by Werner from silent yachts to explain how it all performs.

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44 comments

  1. Let more flogs come, it's fun to watch. Is there a possibility to make a separate long flog about Sunseeker. I think that is really beautiful yachts.

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  2. To nice to give respect , sike . Love it , much respect to your design , one day I'll have my Spanish queen yaut built. AND NO NO NO =DRAG HIDRO GENERATORS 4 OF THEM GEARED TO HI REVOLUTION BY TUBED PROPS at least my Spanish Queen will with a higeron salt water generator backup.

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  3. i'd like to see this cross pacific ocean towards asia

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  4. Acting like you can run forever on solar alone is complete BS, the numbers just don't add up. The panels make 10kw at peak efficiency which translates to 13.4hp which is not enough to move a boat this size at any reasonable speed and barely enough to cover AC and house electrics on a boat this size without the engines going. This boat may be fine for going out for a few hours and then letting the batteries charge for a few days, but there is no way this can cruise for any reasonable amount of time.

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  5. Just recently came across your channel and have watched quite a few videos now, absolutely fascinating however I was wondering if you could maybe do a video on a typical year ie how many charters you would expect, How much time does the owner spend on board, Where does the yacht go on off season (is it docked) what do the crew do on off season (do you go to another Yacht) and do you still receive full salaries on off season. Thanks

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  6. This video is a fucking joke. There is only one fossil fuel on earth and that is peat. Natural gas and oil are not fossil !

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  7. Research is your friend. Ask people in solar industry. Do the math. Remember marketing is just that. Selling a product however you can spin it. Oh I got a nice bridge in California for sale and one in new York.

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  8. These boats are a joke right ha I can only imagine the cost of the battery replacement, lithium and cobalt are mined by children In Africa green energy is a scam.

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  9. In addition to the solar panels I'm surprised that one or two small windmills aren't added one on each side of the dish on the top as well? So much wind at sea so I'm surprised they weren't included in the design?

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  10. Forget the impact of making the panels, and the 8 year drop off of the panels efficiency (like 80%), and the manufacturing of the batteries, maintenance of said, and that they will last maybe as long as the panels. Further if you get in a storm, the panels crack or get destroyed by ice.

    I've looked at ALL types of alternative energy. Nothing comes close to the oil for efficiency. Just add the initial cost, longevity, environmental impact, durability, and running cost (including electric, heat/cooling, pumps, etc.. We all know that the most efficient is sailing (wind – currently), however, of all the rest, diesel-electric would be the best of all worlds (although less durable / reliable than straight engine-to-screw).

    I would love a REASONABLE alternative to oil, but right now, none exists.

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  11. Do your extra sea craft for the yacht you captain use gas or diesel? How often do you have to refuel the yacht?

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  12. volume horrible

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  13. Its essentially a deisel electric yacht. The type of technology in that is essentially the same as modern massive cruise ships, tankers, and freighters, a deisel motor powering a generator which powers an electric motor. It's not quite 100% all electric but diesel electric is deffietly alot more efficient and eco friendly compared to deisel connected to a gear box also it's nice to see this technology being used on more of a consumer level in the yacht world

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  14. Niche product for those who want to polish their environment "i'm a good guy" shield and collect social acceptance points. Why not use that money to develope hydrogen powered yacht?

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  15. I designed and built an electric narrow boat 12 years ago, the 'green' aspect will depend on the source of shore power eg in Norway power is 98% hydro. I don't have sufficient deck space for solar, maybe I should tow a solar array on a platform behind the boat! It has 4 electric thrusters and no rudder or main prop for safety. Unlike 98% of boats it can be wheelchair friendly!

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  16. Hello Tristan, amazing to see you reviewing what we do. You are the reason why I work there. Hope you visit us again on a boat. Love your videos and keep up the great work!

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  17. So this boat has a range of 100 miles at 4 knots from renewable energy during daylight hours. A sailing vessel with solar panels incorporated in the sails has an unlimited range at speeds up to 30 knots 24 hours per day. If you want to see the future of super yachts, check out the Black Pearl.

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  18. Interesting. Just wondering what is the life cycle of the batteries. I’m guessing if you can afford one your not concerned to much.

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  19. Typo near 3:05 in contest promo overlay

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  20. @2:49. "..absolutely momumental…". Who says that? Ever? Tristan, stick to your own boat, you're shite at interviewing people.

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  21. 25kW = 33bhp = stupid!

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  22. I would LOVE to see a week-long video series of you testing a Silent Yacht. I’m big into electric vehicles and am eager to see how you feel about this boat in real-world usage.

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  23. finally you come across this silent yacht!
    thanks for the review and please add some price range and how long it's gonna wait for delivery after order for each model!

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  24. Ok it's interesting, but I am still keeping my oil stock.

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  25. Hello Commander! Very Interesting! Nice Job! Never seen that before. Kobe Bryant , The Basketball Star of the Los Angeles Lakers Died today along with his 13 year old daughter in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California. He was 41 & now he’s gone. Life is Precious. Thnx, CJ

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  26. Saw one of these in Gibraltar harbour last year. Looks like the future!

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  27. WOW, An Amazing Device! Thank You for this video,Tristan.

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  28. Would like to see one in operation in winter months when its cloudy or overcast

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  29. An amazing concept, even though the graphic at the end paints an overly optimistic picture

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  30. Best to call these diesel electric. Even with that massive array, you’re limited to short daily coastal hops from batteries at about 4knots for max distance. To cross oceans you need the diesel for hours a day and 4 knots doesn’t give you much ability to escape weather. The boats can go much faster, of course, but at exponentially higher energy use (same with a traditional power boat. Speed is very expensive.)

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  31. A peak yield of 25kW, and it “breaks even” at 5kt with the aircon on.

    It’s going to need enormous batteries to be able to run far in the dark.

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  32. It takes a solar panel 15 years to be carbon neutral (to off set its production) how is he judging carbon neutral? Considering the resources expended in the rest of the yachts construction and components parts, batteries used rare earth materials and so on. They will never be neutral. Best try hydrogen electric plus solar wave and wind. Still only the comparison to petrol for pollution not the rest of it.

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  33. Plust the radiation un ur braias i tink da s a very funny idea

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  34. I bi in océan 17 year working in comercial vasel son time wek don see the son lithg for wk jaja solar boat ok

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  35. I absolutely love this what a great thought what a great concept thank you Tristan!

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  36. Good only for suny days

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  37. It's a great concept and with better battery technology coming out it can be upgraded in the future too. Should point out, the bigger the yacht the less performance it will have because the surface area for the solar cells will decrease as a proportion of weight/volume. I notice with interest that the Wider diesel-electric boats and this one both use MAN generators. I think the new MAN engines up to 2000 HP are the biz. Rudolf Diesel developed his engine in conjunction with MAN by the way.

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  38. How long does the batteries last before they have to be swapped out, and how much does it cost.

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  39. I wonder how many tonnes of earth were removed to produced the elements required for the batteries? At least oil is an organic bi-product! Sorry – this is eco-*ankery.

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  40. Good idea in practice,, but for 100 nautical miles battery then fall on the generator you lost a lot of living space for the solar panel,, not for me

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  41. Nice consept and cool technology. Wish I had some millions to spare..

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  42. Cant wait to see you put her to sea Cap. Then perhaps we can see the total layout of interior and her toys.

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  43. volume is bad again

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  44. To be perfect and oil free…add on the Silent Yacht…the San Lorenzo magnetic generator….
    Cheers from Japan

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