Green Superyachts No Fuel Needed to Cross Atlantic Ocean

The Black Pearl is a triple-masted monster, the largest superyacht sailing the ocean as well as the most trendy. The superyacht that was completed in 2018 is the most luxurious and offers sophisticated accommodation to twelve individual. One of the most striking features is the full beam beach that can be converted into a cinema. The most important part of the Black Pearl is that it already earned plaudits as well as industry awards. It is around 350 feet and known for its architectural and environmental features.

No Fuel Needed by The Black Pearl to Cross the Atlantic

The Black Pearl was built in the Dutch shipyard called the Oceanco, while it is possible for the superyacht to cross the Atlantic without fuel, its propulsion system is a diesel-electric hybrid. The three giant sails take only seven minutes to be set form the time the button is pushed. Electricity is generated via the propeller spinning, once the yacht is sailing, as these slices the water. The energy generated is stored in batteries and then later used to power all the great features of the Black Pearl. These include air conditioning, laundry, galley, lightning, sparkly gadgets and the jacuzzi.

Greener & More Environmentally-Friendly Black Pearl

The development of the Black Pearl according to industry analyst perfectly reflects the growing demand for environmentally-friendly and green sailing equipment and yachts. Yacht owners are looking for something that has less of an impact on the environment than the current standard yachts. All focus is on reducing operating costs of superyachts, reducing fuel consumption and theoretically helping the environment.

What is not yet, commonly, associated with superyachts is solid green credentials. Andrey Melnichenko is the Russian billionaire who owns a sail-assisted motor yacht that also utilises power from hybrid sources. Experts believe there are several other options to make superyachts more environmentally-friendly to generate electricity for all the opulent extras. Most of the yachting giants feature cinemas, swimming pools, health spas and lifts, while many carry extravagant toys and submersibles.

When it comes to driving energy efficiency, the shape of the coating and hull makes a considerable difference. What is currently in development is greener power such as liquefied natural gas. There are more than 250 hybrid or all-electric vessels under construction or in operation, and it grew from zero in the past five years. Several other design factors are essential and this includes the recycling of waste, diesel generators not fun day and night and several ideas are used to make superyachts cost-effective and environmentally-friendlier. The industry is super sensitive to the requirements and desires of superyacht owners who seek to encourage sustainability via new and best practices. Green yachts are set to hit the oceans more and more, and that includes the first hydrogen-powered yacht designed by Silent Yachts. Which only means more and more designers will follow the greener route in yacht design.