Sea trials Soel Shuttle 14 electric ferry

two electric ferries The Soel Yachts team is thrilled to start the year on a very good note: the production of two solar electric ferries of the Soel Shuttle 14 type has recently been completed and the Bureau Veritas approved passenger vessels are soon ready for shipment to their final destination in French Polynesia. From next year onwards guests at…...

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solar yacht fully electric

Pure Leisure Soel Yachts are pleased to announce the release their new model, the Soel Senses 48. The new 48ft (14.5m) solar electric catamaran is the ideal luxury weekend cruiser for the sustainably minded. Custom battery systems are supplemented by the rooftop solar array, and being entirely fossil-fuel free the Soel Senses 48 is surprisingly quiet to operate and wonderfully…...

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Solar electric catamaran

Soel Yachts is extremely proud to announce that our solar electric boats have been awarded with the Solar Impulse Efficient Solution Label. We are extremely thankful for this recognition and are looking forward to a fruitful partnership. By joining forces, we can scale positive impact and create more awareness for sustainable designs  with long term benefits.The World Alliance for Efficient Solutions,…...

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Soel Shuttle 14 in French Polynesia

Solar electric ferries

  Soel Yachts is excited to share with you the news about the upcoming launch of the new Soel Yachts model, the Soel Shuttle 14 in Bora Bora, French Polynesia. This new 14m electric catamaran is being built according to Bureau Veritas passenger vessel standards and shall be approved by Affaires Maritimes as Division 223b passenger vessel; a fully outfitted electric…...

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The e-volution of traveling on the sea

Ecotourism with the sustainable solar electric boat, SoelCat 12

When visiting one of the world’s most prestigious paradises, the island of Bora Bora, Pearl of the South Seas, the happy traveler soon gets disappointed in his luxurious overwater bungalow, as he is awoken by the smells and engine roars of the passing boats at 5 am in the morning. This is the time when the daily boat traffic starts…...

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