ZF Unveils 5200 A/V PTI Hybrid Transmission
With the ZF 5200 A/V PTI, ZF Marine is introducing the brand’s first hybrid transmission that can be installed in the ship in both V (V drive) and A (down angle) positions. Thanks to the wide range of transmission ratios and space-saving design, the ZF 5200 A/V PTI is suited for many different types of marine vessels.Ship designers currently face a wide array of challenges: In the leisure yacht segment, customers want as much living space as possible, while the boom in logistics and tourism requires ferries to make ever more space available for cargo.
Project Electra Hull and Superstructure Now Joined
On Saturday, November 10, 2018, the hull and superstructure of YN 19150 Project Electra were joined together at the facility in Oss.Electra is the second in the 50 meter 5000 class, which features a Fast Displacement hull and hybrid propulsion.Based on the success of her award-winning predecessor - Home (YN 17850) - Project Electra marries performance and efficiency by combining the slippery FDHF with Heesen’s innovative hybrid solution, which combines diesel and electric propulsion.This…
Hybrid Propulsion for Super Yachts
With hybrid power solutions becoming more of the norm in super yacht circles, RH Marine introduced pre-composed hybrid packages to convert conventional super yachts power systems to battery powered hybrid solutions. The three pre-engineered packages that can be installed onboard an existing yacht during a refit. The three packages vary in size and energy storage from 250 kWh up to 750 kWh, so there’s a package to fit every yachts requirements.Adding batteries as an extra power source allows the generators to run on an optimal load…
Oceanco Contract to RH Marine
World-class superyacht builder Oceanco has awarded RH Marine with the contract for the electrical & automation system integration and overall electrical system responsibility of Oceanco’s new 100+ meter yacht. Both parties consider this collaboration to be the start of a productive long-term partnership. RH Marine is responsible for the delivery of the complete electrical & automation system. The system includes the newest version of RH Marine’s next generation of ship automation: Rhodium AMCS and the Energy Management System for optimization of energy consumption.
e3 Systems Launches HYBRID
e3 Systems has just announced the US launch of HYBRID. HYBRID provides all mega yachts with 100% connectivity, combining satellite, 3G, 4G and terrestrial broadband services, thus ensuring the fastest possible service at the lowest possible rate, whether in port, offshore or mid-ocean. Roger Horner, Group Managing Director for e3 Systems, commenting on the launch of HYBRID, says, “Our clients all want 100% connectivity. Over the last 20 years we have got closer, step by step, as new services have matured. After initially developing it for Europe we are now pleased to launch HYBRID in the USA.
Torqeedo Introduces Deep Blue Hybrid
Torqeedo Introduces high-powered Deep Blue product line into hybrid solution line. More than simply propulsion, this is the first fully integrated system that acts as an energy supply for both the hybrid drive and all AC/DC electrical loads on board. This solution can harness solar, wind, plug-in and regenerative power in the system's high-capacity batteries, keeping generator runtime to a minimum. Ample and always available electrical power presents many benefits. Large house loads…
Ready for Launch: MTN Nexus Targets high-volume Cruise Market
MTN Satellite Communications launched MTN Nexus, a next-generation comms network billed as a hybrid that integrates it with new terrestrial wireless technologies as well as sophisticated computing, powerful processing and specialized optimization. Targeting the high volume cruise sector, MR thought an apt time to sit down with CEO Errol Olivier to discuss Nexus and its relevance to communications at sea. We understand you are a maritime satcom industry veteran. Can you give our readers a briefing on your background serving this market?
MTN Launches NEXUS
The advent of maritime communications is at a crossroads of sorts, with increased demand for connectivity that mirrors land-based performance, but still stuck at a price point which makes this reality too costly. The situation is particularly poignant onboard modern cruise ships, packed with thousands of passengers and crew that want and need to stay connected. Enter MTN Satellite Communications which today announced the launch of its MTN Nexus, the company’s next-generation communications network.