This modern and contemporary yacht is Sentori 58R. It is not quite small. It is 18 meters long and have three decks. The displacement of the yacht is 28 tons.
Archive for the Category "Green Eco Yachts"
The disastrous condition our environment is in has made many people who really care about the wellbeing of their planet start working on saving the little that remained unspoiled. The reasons for this situation are many, one of which is the air and water pollution and here is where the efforts are being made of making things better, the land and water traffic. What we mean in particular is that new means of transport for both land and sea are being invented, carefully manufactured to use sources of energy which come from the nature and cannot do any harm to our environment. As for the land traffic, the use of bicycles has noticed huge increase as well as the use of the newly manufactured eco-friendly land vehicles. Well, we have the same thing done with the sailing means of transport and the last few years there are serious improvements in the manufacturing of the green yachts. These yachts are eco-friendly and do not harm the environment in any possible way. Besides, they have also shown that they can be really functional and durable, so here is a list we made on top 10 green yachts ever manufactured. These luxurious beauties look as grand as the regular yachts do and do not harm nature in any possible way.
1.) The first on our list is a topnotch design by the high-end designer Nuvolari-Lenard. It is the PJ World Superyacht. This uses the Rolls Royce’s package of electric-diesel engine which helps this yacht to achieve its place among the “Clean Class” lucky group. The peak performance, flawless design and, of course, impeccable protection of the environment are some of the things why this piece has deserved the first place on our list.
When you hear the word yacht, several thoughts come to mind: luxury…affluence…beautiful women sunbathing and sipping mojitos amidst the shimmering cerulean waters of some equatorial heaven. The yacht has long been a symbol of the lavish lifestyle that money can bring. Certainly the majority of middle America has not added this item to their holiday wish list. But one descriptor that most certainly does not pop into your head is “eco-friendly”. Somehow, this term does not seem synonymous with the absolute opulence that one associates with yacht ownership. And yet, after environmentally sound buildings and cars, green yachts seem like the next logical step.
And in fact, there are already several eco-friendly options available (or soon to be available) for those seeking their own private luxury liner with an emphasis on the environmentally sound. So how do these floating palaces go green? Some, like the Independence 60 motor yacht (www.independencegreenyachts.com), do it old school (like millions of years old) by running on solar power (plus, the hull is made entirely of 100% recyclable aluminum). Island Pilot LLC also utilizes solar power with their DSe Hybrid 12m (www.dsehybrid.com), although it can fall back on clean-ish options like diesel and electric when needed.