PI Super Yachts has announced the launch of their new Dragonship 25 – a luxury trimaran with innovative Hydrogenisis ‘Blue Box’ technology, electric propulsion and unique Autosail with built-in solar PV technology. It comes a year and a half since PI Super Yachts unveiled the 80m Dragonship.
At 25m, PI Super Yachts states that, although the new Dragonship comes in a more compact form than the previous Dragonship 80, it still offers the same power and ecological technology that embodies the Dragonship range.
The Dragonship 25 is designed to accommodate 10 guests and four crew members for extended cruising within 291 square metres of living space. The master stateroom is situated in the main hull with fixed port lights in the transom. Four en-suite guest staterooms are situated on the main deck, while the twin crew cabins are situated in the amas. She holds her dining and lounge areas at the aft cockpit, salon and flybridge.
On board, an extended deck accommodates a 5.2m tender and hydraulic crane, and each ama houses a lazarette with fold-down swim platform aft for easy access to the water, or simply as a place to store water toys.
A representative at PI Super Yachts commented, "At PI Super Yachts, we pride ourselves in providing creative solutions to the design, usability and environmental issues that our clients face.
“The ‘Baby-Dragon’, as CEO and founder Will O'Hara lovingly calls the Dragonship 25, is 'carbon-free', with electric propulsion and solar PV panels on the coach roof and integrated into the Autosail wingsail. This of course means zero carbon fuels, zero emissions and nearly silent when running on full power, offering owners a truly ethical sailing experience with zero impact on the environment."
For more information, visit PI Super Yachts.