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MODX 70 catamaran - Official launch

by MODX 7 Sep 2022 17:41 BST

The MODX 70 design combines the expertise in performance sailing and renewable energy management in a marine context to create a new generation of yachts for coastal and offshore cruising.

Reaching full autonomy and zero carbon emission in operation, requires a fine balance and strategic choices in the selection of materials as well as in the implementation of technologies and systems.

Ideal combination of a sailing and a motor yacht, the MODX 70 opens a new era in sustainable yachting.

  • Naval architects: VPLP Design
  • Interior design: Océan Développement / Pierre Frutschi Design
  • CE certification: A/B/C/D (pending)
  • Capacity: 8/10 passengers + 2/3 crew members
  • Two inflatable, automated and retractable wings.
  • +35% power gain compare to traditional sails.
  • Wing system by Aeroforce©.
  • Two automated propulsion systems

The MODX 70 innovates in many aspects to create a new 100% renewable energy yachting experience, based on a combined safe and easy to operate wings and electric engines automated propulsion system.

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