HH44 - Fast cruising in hybrid mode

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The HH44, with its 3.2 kWp of solar panels, 50.4 kWh of Lithium-Ion batteries and two 10 kW electric motors, is capable of covering 18 nautical miles at 7.5 knots in full electric mode. The catamaran will be equipped with a very efficient hydro-generation system for charging while under sail. Diesel engines give total safety by doubling the means of propulsion. The cockpit has been designed to ensure perfect safety, and when at anchor or in port, the transoms fold down on each side. The twin aft helms pivot inboard or out, and the helm seats can be folded down. All the sail controls are managed from these aft stations: hoisting and reefing the main, furling the headsails, trimming the sheets, as well as setting the position of the daggerboard. Inside, the nacelle is generously airy. The port hull is home to the owner's suite and the standard of finish throughout is expected to be very high end.
Builder: Hudson Yacht Group
Architect: Hudson Yacht & Marine Ltd.
Hull length: 44’ (13.41 m)
Length at waterline: 43.57’ (13.28 m)
Beam: 23.46’ (7.15 m)
Draft: 4.59’/9.84’ (1.40/3 m)
Displacement: 20,403 lbs (9.8 t)
Mainsail: 784 sq ft (72.86 m²)
Solent: 544 sq ft (50.5 m²)
Gennaker: 1,108 sq ft (102.93 m²)
Engines: 2 x 30 HP and 2 x 10 kW
Batteries: 50.4 kWh Lithium-Ion
Solar panels: 3.2 kWp

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