The electric ship project has been a few years in the making. The basic vessel design has morphed over the past few years and is now becoming a more stable design and mission. Multihull: The design started as a proa or a catamaran, but with additional hydrodynamic studies and build criteria, a trimaran design has […]
The MS Burgenstock has been in operation daily (aside from resort closure during the pandemic of 2020) since May 2018 between Lucerne and Kehrsiten as a hourly shuttle for Burgenstock resort patrons and guests. It is a catamaran design with a hull length of 38 meters (125 feet) and a width of 10.30 meters (34 […]
Cruising Review in cooperation with ElectricShip and Infinity Turbine are now developing a Ground Power Unit to supply mobile lithium based battery power which can power your RV, Marine, or home based operation. Charge your Tesla.
Here are some recent pdf articles I’ve written for the Solar Electric Ship project. These resources apply to stay-at-home challenges.
The caster beam modular frame build system allows you to fast prototype and commercially build frame systems.
These are products and services we use on a daily basis, for both small business and travel. They have been tested over the years, and are a valuable asset to deploy while traveling.
Solar Panel Selector for Solar Electric Ship AirBNB: This solution was designed to help select solar panels, including discounted buy links.
Hybrid electric catamaran which serves Lucerne to Burgenstock Resort in Lucerne, Switzerland.
Electric Ship Review: Boat Rebuild or New Build Strategy
Zeolites give you the option of 24 hour liquid heating for cooking, water sterilization, or small amounts of hot water for heat. They can be recharged using the heat of the Sun in a solar vacuum tube. The primary advantage of using Zeolites is the ability to have long term latent heat storage, which can be used any time of the day. Zeolites need to be stored in airtight and watertight containers. Zeolites can be recharged with the latent heat using any heat source between 130-250 C.