Furyan F35 Coupe: The first sea going Eco Hybrid marine cruiser
Featuring the same eco-friendly credentials as its stable mate, the new F35 Eco Hybrid Coupe comes with the same technology and performance as the F35 Eco Hybrid Open Sports Cruiser, both designed to meet CE Category B. The F35 Coupe offers the perfect choice for environmental sailing when you value easy clean living on the waters. Everything has been designed to perfect your experience at sea.
Step aboard the F35 Coupe to find a spacious and refined cockpit still with the same generous open space for entertaining as the F35 Open Sports Cruiser. The F35 Coupe features a covered cockpit with opening sunroof area, making comfortable overnight staying easy in any weather, a lifestyle with a clean conscience.
Furyan offers a range of new and revolutionary marine sports cruiser with unique technological and environmental credentials. There are four main areas where the Furyan F35 Eco Hybrid technology makes it a more environmentally friendly alternative when compared to other boats:
The choice of material and production process of the hull: the material used in the Furyan hull has 77% lower CO2 compared with glass fibre, 90% cleaner than aluminium and 97% lower CO2 than carbon fibre. The production process uses 85% less water and 70% less energy than carbon fibre.
The design of the hull with 28% less drag makes it more efficient: Furyan have used world leading consultants in computational fluid dynamics (CFD), hydrodynamic consultants and finite element analysis (FEA) to optimise the design of the hull.
The cascade propulsion system improves operating efficiency: the motors run as separate motors or linked as the power is required to match the propeller load curve to the linear power line of the electric motor. The motor link is through a seamless dog-clutch engagement system, so each motor runs at maximum efficiency.
The electronic controls minimising propellor slippage: the electronic control and display system with intelligent software and touch screen minimises waste by matching the power output to that required, minimising propeller slippage which can account for up to a 30% loss of energy.
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