Naviwatt has just delivered a new electric catamaran to the Community of Municipality of the lake of Aiguebelette.

Third natural lake entirely French, the lac d’Aiguebelette is characterized by is preserved environment, the quality of the water, The regulations of its uses which forbade in particular except dispensation, the thermal use of motorboats. As the administrator of the uses of the lake and the co-administrator of the Regional Nature reserve of the lake of Aiguebelette, the CCLA decided to acquiring a new electric boat that can assure its missions of supervision, control, technical maintenance and scientific follow-up.
In view of the environmental context, regulations in force and various specific uses in the stretch of water, CCLA would like to be an example in the exercise of its missions.

Naviwatt has designed an electric catamaran that respect every needs for the future users. “The boat was delivered the 3th of October, the tests are completely satisfying and respond perfectly to the expectations and to the project specifications.” said Denis Gillermard president of the CCLA.

Build in aluminium to resist the weather and an intense use, this boat doesn’t forget to be light and efficient. In this way, the new boat of the CCLA is a sublime compromise between performance and feature. This electric catamaran will certainly find its place in many more lakes and isolated circles.

Main characteristics

Marine aluminium hull
Capacity of the boat of 5 people
Fully equipped weight 600 Kg
Torqeedo engine of 20hp
Maximum power of 12kW
Maximum speed 13 knots
Battery : 10 kWh
Autonomy 1h at 13 knots
Autonomy 13h at 3 knots
10h for a full charge

More details on the dedicated page signed Naviwatt