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HH52 - A catamaran conceived around its electric drivetrain

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While this model, still equipped with daggerboards, is an assumed evolution of the HH50, the platform has been entirely redesigned with the aim of going electric. The HH solution is a hybrid drivetrain with the possibility of hydrogeneration under sail. The 52 will feature a brand-new coachroof capable of integrating 4,900 Wp of solar panels. The deck layout is also new and the sail area has been increased. The interior layout has also been modified: the HH52 builds on many of the lessons learned from the development of the HH44 and HH60, including the popular L-shaped sofa, a galley island as seen aboard the larger HHs, more openings and even more convincing comfort in the cabins. The yard will also offer two helm station versions – either a forward cockpit accessed by double doors around a central helm station, or twin tillers, aft. Construction of the first HH52 has already begun: launch scheduled for late 2023.

Builder: HH Catamarans
Architects: Morrelli & Melvin
Material: carbon/epoxy
Length: 55.94 ft (17.05 m)
Waterline length: 48.85 ft (14.89 m)
Beam: 24.41 ft (7.44 m)
Displacement: 25,550 lbs (11.59 t)
Draft: 5.41 ft/11.61 ft (1.65/ 3.54 m)
Mast length: 68.9 ft (21 m)
Mainsail: 1,059 sq ft (98.38 m²)
Solent: 683 sq ft (63.46 m²)
Gennaker: 1,194 sq ft (110.96 m²)
Speed under motor: 9 knots
Range: 540 miles
CE Category: A

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