Adler bets on high-tech with project Suprema X

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Julia Larikova
November 17, 2017
Swiss yard’s 25-meter flagship Suprema X is set to introduce a series of carbon fiber yachts that would combine automotive, aviation and marine technology on one single boat.This first model boasts exterior and interior design by Nuvolari Lenard studio. Due for delivery in 2019, Adler Suprema XL embodies Italian style and German and Austrian technological expertise.

One of the yacht’s key features is her HMS hybrid power system that combines twin Caterpillar diesel engines, each with 1,150 hp, and two ATE 100 kW electric units for emission and vibration free propulsion at 11 knots and a top speed of up to 30 knots. The yard’s engineering team claims that the hybrid package saves 50% on fuel over a conventional system. Such efficiency results in a transatlantic range of 3.500 nautical miles.



Furthermore, various systems, including air-conditioning, heating, light and curtains, can be supervised either via six large LCD touchscreens from Boeing or through iPad. The latter option allows managing control settings even when not onboard. The yacht’s many distinctive amenities - like floor heating all over the lower deck, full-screen home cinema with an Internet connection and satellite reception, or privacy glass in the saloon, providing one-touch transformation of windows into opaque glass panels - work on batteries with enough capacity to ensure full day comfort without starting a generator. Apart from “eco-friendliness”, the benefit of this is that guests can enjoy the complete silence while at anchor in a bay.



Accommodation onboard Suprema X sleeps up to 8 guests and is split between 4 en-suite cabins on the lower deck, including the full-beam owner’s cabin, while the crew quarters allow for a staff of 2 members. The interior space can be personalized according to owner’s preferences regarding the choice of materials or illumination devices. The exterior boasts a large swimming platform and a bar on the sundeck protected by carbon fiber bimini. All decks are barrier-free, that is, with no stairs to climb, which makes it safer to travel with children.

 

Adler is a young yacht brand of Swiss origin, operating in Italy at Cantieri Alto Adriatico yard located in Monfalcone, near Trieste. The production facility covers 20.000 square meters space, including 2 hangars able to host boats up to 9 meters height and a 3.000 square meter dry dock. On the whole, the premises have available space for over 100 vessels ranging from 4 to 27 meters.
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