A start-up in the US has announced details of the Navier 27 foiling electric boat, which should be capable of top speeds of around 30 knots, a decent range, and with fully retractable foils can even be beached. Phill Draper reports.
A Silicon Valley-based start-up has released details of what it claims to be the US’s first all-electric runabout with an active foil system. The foiling Navier 27 was announced at the Palm Beach International Boat Show.
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