Lifted by self-stabilising foils and powered by electrical energy generated by a hydrogen fuel cell, the SeaBubble is a real convergence of innovation, the only one of its kind in the world, drawing inspiration from the nautical, automotive and aviation industries.
Synergy of High-tech industries
Aerodynamics and navigation system borrowed from the nautical industry. Interior design and roof inspired by the automotive industry foils originating from the aviation industry. To enter a SeaBubble is to step inside a capsule of innovation. The cabin enables passengers to ride comfortably in all seasons. The foils ensure a feeling of stability unmatched in waterborne transport.
The interior design and the roof are inspired from the automobile industry. The capsule offers comfort in urban and inter-urban commuting thanks to its cabin, protecting 8 passengers and their hand luggage from the weather changes. A fluid, ecologic and engaged alternative to road transport.
The foils come from the aeronautic industry. The SeaBubble is lifted by a combination of “Inverted T-foils” which insure stability and a sensational navigation. Controlling the phenomena of roll, pitch and yaw is a mechanical science born out of aviation and adapted to the nautical world, offering users a level of comfort that is unmatched in waterborne transport.
The foils reduce wetted surface area, participating in the optimization of the on-board power.
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Lightship weight: 3.1 t – Length overall: 8 m 26 ft – Beam overall: 3.5 m 11 ft
Draught: 0.6 m 2 ft – Air draught: 3.1 m 10 ft
Draught foils up: 1 m 3 ft – Draught foils down: 1.9m 6 ft
Archimedean air draught: 2.1 m 7 ft
Categories C & D
Max Beaufort: Force 4
Cruising speed: 18 knots (35 km/h)
Range: 45 nautical miles
H2 autonomy: 2.5 hours
Battery autonomy: 20 mins
Hydrogen: 7.2 kg at 350 bar
Engine power: 2 x 45 kW
Battery capacity: 22 kWh (Lithium-ion NMC)
Composite fibre hull
REFUELLING AND CHARGING
Chart plotter – Self-draining cockpit
Ventilation system, AC, heating
VHF & AIS Class B
Forward scan transducer – Wiper