Gulf Craft introduces a line of yacht crossovers on solar energy

Builder of the United Arab Emiratov Gulf Craft has expanded the range of the yacht crossovers Nomad three models on solar energy. New items debuted in the framework of 27-th International yacht exhibition in Dubai. This 20-meter Nomad 65, of 22.8-meter Nomad 75 and a 30-metre flagship Nomad 95.

They were designed by naval architect Andrew Wolstenholm (Andrew Wolstenholme), and for the interior and exterior are answered directly by Gulf Craft.

The three hybrid boat with semi-displacement hulls can boast an enviable range of stroke and the ability to “withstand any conditions”.

The main feature of SUV Nomad — work through solar energy which will reduce carbon dioxide emissions.

That is why the series Nomad claims the title of revolutionary industry. The assurance of the Chairman of Gulf Craft Mohammed Alshaali (Mohammed Alshaali), their crossovers “rethink the future of yachting”.

Boats also are characterized by high stability, fuel efficiency and high level of comfort.

“They are made for those who do not accept the routine and loves to travel with the whole family,” adds Alshaali.

Note that only at the boat show in Dubai, Gulf Craft exposed to the visitors 12 boats.

In addition, according to the statement, Mohammed Alshaali made during the boat show, the Builder expects sales growth of 10% in 2019, thanks to restructuring and entering new markets.

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