Eco-minded boating enthusiasts will be thrilled to learn that for a paltry $300,000, they can own the MIG 675, a vessel that uses water as fuel. What efficiency, right?
With a hydrogen generator on board, LUXURY’s MIG 675 harvests hydrogen from surrounding seawater, Gizmag reports. This powers not only the boat but also its electronic devices, including GPS, electric anchor roller, 10-inch touchscreen controller, audio system, LED navigation system and bar fridge with an electric retractable table.
The generator’s efficiency is still unclear. It’ll likely need fuel to separate the hydrogen from the oxygen in the water to power the boat. Given our current technology, hydrogen generators use more power than they can create in fuel, so that said, it might not be the greenest boat in the sea. Our sister site Treehuger breaks it down why the MIG 675 might not live to its hype:
The 2,866-pound boat, with a cabin that can hold three, has a top-speed of 70 miles per hour and comes with a number of amenities, including shower, toilet, sun deck, teak flooring and leather interior. The MIG 675 will be available for 250,000 euros, or US$329,727, beginning next year. If you end up buying one, please drop me a line.
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