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News: Enata Marine Foiler 41

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  1. Enata Marine Foiler 41
    Enata Marine is a UAE based builder and they have a unique and interesting yacht called the Foiler 41. Yes you get the idea, it utilizes foiling technology to raise the hull free of the water's surface when underway. This results in a very smooth ride as the vessel is traveling about the general agitation of the sea surface. Of course if you attended the Dubai International Boat Show (DIBS), you would have seen this vessel there as it made its world debut at that show.
  2. With its construction in carbon fiber and the hydrofoils also made in carbon fiber, the strength and rigidity is provided all around. A push of a button deploys the foils and being underway as slow as 12-knots the Foiler 41 starts to foil. At around the 18-knot barrier the vessel should fully leave -minus the foils of course- the water. If you want a thrilling ride the vessel can attain a 40-knot speed and you and seven more of your friends can have a grand time onboard. Naturally there is a limited operation in foul weather with the foils extended. The Foiler 41 can handle up to 3-meter waves in foiling mode.
  3. The Foiler 41 brings you the technology of the America’s Cup in your private motor yacht. Using Hydros’ swiss technology and ENATA’s expertise, the fully carbon built Foiler 41 will turn heads and open a new way of exploring the seas. There is minimal wake produced as well thanks to the majority of the craft being above the water. It is quiet too owing to its hybrid propulsion technology. A pair of diesel engines power a large electric battery bank that in turn powers the electric propellers. You can even run totally silent at around 10-knots for a few minutes.

    For more information:

    Enata Marine
    A: Inner Harbour Plot HD-15
    Hamriyah Free Zone | Sharjah, UAE

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