SAY Carbon 29E

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The SAY29 E is the fastest electric boat in the world. With top speeds of up to 48 knots (89 km/h), the electric version of the SAY29 RUNABOUT is in a league of its own. This boat’s drive technology is from Kreisel Electric, one of the most innovative e-mobility developers in Europe. The SAY29 E’s high speeds are achieved through up to 360 kW, and a battery capacity of 120kWh means you’ll enjoy plenty of range.

The SAY29 Runabout is synonymous with strong performance. The hull made of pure carbon composite weighs just 380 kg. Every detail of this sportsboat is optimised for agility, and all components are perfectly coordinated. The design, characteristic wavecutter bow and side wings of this model’s ultra-light carbon hull ensure maximum stability – even at high cornering speeds. Plus, the hull guarantees easy handling, even in waves. Despite its excellent performance, the SAY29 Runabout is an extremely safe and, thanks to its lightweight construction, economical boat.

Customers can choose their preferred paint and equipment. Just one of many available options is a Bimini top for sun protection. Four carbon poles provide stylish support for this top.

  • Price: Contact for price
  • Condition: New - Available for Order
  • Boat Type: Runabout, Speedboat
  • Manufacturer: SAY Carbon
  • Boat Model: SAY Carbon 29E
  • CE Design Category: Category B – Offshore
  • Year: 2020
  • Hull Material: Carbon Fibre
  • Colour: To customer specifications
  • Length: 8,85 m / 29'
  • Beam: 2,78 m / 9' 2"
  • Draft: 0,46 m / 1'5" • Draft including Z-drive: 0,81 m / 2' 7"
  • Weight: 1.380 kg / 3,040 lb
  • Motor Type: Inboard
  • Motor Manufacturer: Kreisel Performance E-Drive
  • Top Speed: 48 knots (89 km/h
  • Peak Power Output: 360 kW
  • Battery Type: Li-ion
  • Battery Capacity: 120kWh battery capacity
  • Passengers: 6 Passengers
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Wangen im AllgäuGermany,Europe https://saycarbon.com/

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