The city of Rotterdam (NL) expands its fleet with five new electric water taxis. MG supplies the redundant battery system for these electric passenger ships.
The new Herley 3400 catamaran is equipped with a hybrid system and is powered by two electric drives and a MG lithium-ion battery bank.
When racing a trimaran on transatlantic routes, performance is everything. With MG’s powerful, lightweight and reliable energy system, the Actual Leader is fully equipped to live up to its name.
Water taxi’s are a threat to the cultural heritage of Venice. Enter Liuto: a hybrid vaporetto that generates less waves and less emission.
Due to the latest battery and motor technology the electric E4 runs 60% quieter compared to conventional models, but 33% faster and 50% more powerful.
Tenders used for helping sea-going ships enter and exit their ports rely on MG’s system: enough power to start the engines, yet only a third of the weight.
The cruising catamaran relies nearly entirely on solar energy. No toxic exhaust, no noise from generators and no excessive vibrations from diesel engines.
To meet energy reduction goals the newest vessel is supplied with MG batteries. This results in high performance, low fuel consumption and low emissions.
Aldo Pagini’s Mister A is everything you might imagine when you think of a fast cruiser: a 20-meter long sailing yacht that delivers top performance in great comfort. It even steered to victory in the Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup. So MG’s energy system is a perfect fit.
Ice Cat 61 is the largest and most technological catamaran ever built in Italy. It’s a product of craft workmanship, from the design to the materials and the use of cutting-edge technologies. Including its energy system.