Venice goes Hybrid
amperetta teams up with Classic Boats Venice to revamp one of the most beautiful boats in the lagoon area. Sweet Molly is an example of boating elegance and sophistication. Built in 1938, restored in 2019, and reengineered for 2020. This cinematic boat built in Sweden has called Classic Boats Venice her new home for the past 2 years, where guests get the chance to experience Venice aboard this magical boat. In 2020, this one of a kind beauty will turn more heads with the inclusion of an Amperetta state of the art hybrid engine.
Variants of the HYBRID-DRIVE
small hybrid module - 20 kW
large hybrid module - 50 kW
amperetta HYBRID-DRIVE is designed as a turnkey solution. The package contains all the components needed to hybridize a diesel engine. It comes with a DNV-GL certified battery system. In the basic version this has a nominal voltage of 240V over 10kWh electrical capacity, but can be expanded to more than 32kWh.
|Battery Control Module (BCM):||8 kg|
|Battery Module (BM):||19 kg|
|L/W/H:||442,5 x 310 x 115 mm|
|additional components (control/power management, cooling system etc.):||typical weight ca. 85 kg|
Possible uses of the hybrid drive
Due to its compact dimensions, it can be used in virtually any boat designed for built-in machines.
Whether a shaft drive or a Z-Drive, amperetta HYBRID-DRIVE is suitable for both.
The following driving modes are possible:
The hybrid mode combines the advantages of both drive types. It reacts actively to the current power demand with automatic change to the optimal drive type.
The super-quiet electric mode allows purely electric driving even on water areas, which are limited for boats with internal combustion engines. They drive without emissions and can thus also drive through nature reserves.
The diesel mode uses the power of the diesel engine for propulsion of the boat and excess power reserves for recharging the battery system.