Sebastian Canto’s New Take On The Catamaran

Sebastian Canto, a designer based in London, has just shown a brand-new catamaran prototype with an unusual hull designed to increase efficiency at sea. The 21-foot sailboat, dubbed Enea, has a sizable gap at the front of each hull that lessens the weight and lateral wind resistance of the craft without compromising its seakeeping capabilities. Additionally, it improves this catamaran's ability to maneuver on the water and adds a lot of personality. Compared to heavier, holeless competitors of the same size, Enea will use less power. She will be powered by two Yamaha Harmo electric engines, each of which can produce 3.4 Kw or 10 horsepower. With no noise or pollution, the system can move the catamaran up to eight knots. Regarding the expected range, the designer withheld any technical details.

You might also like

The Cantharus Concept Yacht Is A Dream Come True 4

The Cantharus Concept Yacht Is A Dream Come True

This yacht may not yet exist, but you'll certainly want to keep an eye out for it! A future superyac…
483
Unwind on the ONO Mega Yacht 1

Unwind on the ONO Mega Yacht

In reality, this 150-meter megayacht is a floating palace! As you unwind on a boat with three master…
478
This Bonkers 328 Foot Trimaran Concept Trident 8

This Bonkers 328-Foot Trimaran Concept, Trident

With its sparkling steel hull and aluminum superstructure, the 328-foot trimaran concept, dubbed Tri…
467
NICK STARK PROJECT M CATAMARAN CONCEPT 6

NICK STARK PROJECT M CATAMARAN CONCEPT

A floating paradise among the seas, the Nick Stark Project M Catamaran Concept is unlike anything yo…
382
LAZZARINI PEARLSUITES FLOATING SUITES CONCEPT 3

LAZZARINI PEARLSUITES FLOATING SUITES CONCEPT

The latest idea from Lazzarini makes up for its size limitations with originality. The Pearlsuites b…
435
Vision E4 w1000

VISION E CONCEPT YACHT

The inconspicuous 186-footer, Too Design's newest concept, is loaded with fascinating characteristic…
213