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“Volitan” is a new concept, lightweight sail-vessel that consumes no fuel and instead uses alternative energies, like double layer solar cell panels that can use both wind and solar energy. Her name literally means “flying fish” and she symbolizes the raising of awareness about the sustainable use of resources on the sea.

The boat’s shell is made out of carbon fiber and is covered with ultraviolet resistant coating. She is powered by a twin 220 HP/DC electric motor with two suspended wings that helps to control the ship. In addition, a hydraulic system is located in the wings.

Volitan was the IDA 2007 Boat/Nautical Sub-category and the Transportation 1st design award winner.

It’s been awhile since I’ve been on the sea.

Anchors away.

-Cara

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