July 27 2018
The Adler Suprema Hybrid is the first 76-foot flybridge yacht with HMS (Hybrid Marine Solutions) hybrid propulsion for fuel-efficient and silent cruising, while her lightweight carbon composite construction pushes performance and cruising range still further. The HMS system combines two CAT diesel engines, two electric motors, and a lithium polymer battery pack to offer offer multiple propulsion modes.
Powered silently by the electric motors alone, the yacht can cruise at 10 knots. At anchor, a full battery charge will operate all on-board systems, including air conditioning, for up to 17 hours. Under conventional diesel power, the yacht can reach a top speed of close to 30 knots, while at eight knots it consumes just 12 litres of fuel per hour for a theoretical range of 3,400nm.
Built as a fully functional prototype, thorough testing before offering the yacht for charter has proven that the Suprema delivers on all fronts, whether clients are seeking sedate and silent propulsion or a speedy passage to port.
With striking exterior design and luxurious interiors by superyacht designers Nuvolari Lenard, the Suprema provides the space, comfort and utility of a much larger vessel. The yacht can sleep six guests in three spacious cabins and on the lower deck, including a full-beam master suite, while the sophisticated interior decor includes top Italian brands such as Minotti and Armani Casa.
Equipped with iPad-controlled domotics for controlling lighting, blinds and the AV system, other standout features include under-floor heating, a Bose sound system, underwater lights, and an integrated monitoring system with multiple security cameras.
The Adler Suprema Hybrid is chartered through Avcon Yacht, a subsidiary of Avcon Jet AG, an Austria-based aviation company specialising in the private jet sector founded by pilot and yachting enthusiast Alexander Vagacs, who is also owner and President of Adler Yacht.
The Adler Suprema Hybrid is based in Monfalcone in the Gulf of Trieste, where secure parking is available. Alternatively, charter guests can be picked up at a location of their choice, in which case fuel and marina costs will be charged.