SIX PACK - SEASHINE

 

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Seashine, is a solar and wind powered catamaran with a wide track for stability in harsh weather conditions. One of the Six-Pack round the world competitors for the World Zero Carbon Challenge. 'Seashine' is a very fast solar and wind powered boat with quadruple turbines and a large solar panel area.

 

 

 

The 'Seashine' is a large solar powered catamaran 120 feet in length (37 meters) featuring quad wind turbines that raise and lower, with furling capability. Her substantial wave piercing hulls are joined by large diameter tubular deck supports, with a suspended central hull to house the helm and carry the crew.

 

Seashine's captain is Ben Jackman, of Australian descent. She is a Canadian entry, part sponsored by their Department of Energy, but mostly privately funded.

 

One of Seashine's energy harvesting features are two large solar arrays as side wings to the central cabin, that can track the sun, giving her an advantage over fixed wing vessels. She is ZEWT certified for the WZCC.

 

 

 

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DESCRIPTION

CAPTAIN

 

   

Elizabeth Swan

Solar/Wind powered trimaran

John Storm

Khufu Kraft

Solar powered trimaran

Abdullah Amir

Photon Planet

Solar powered trimaran

Lars Johansson

Seashine

Solar/Wind powered catamaran

Ben Jackman

Starlight

Solar/Wind trimaran

Sarah-Louise Jones

Sunriser

Solar/Wind powered catamaran

Jean Bardot

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