A unique Russian-made catamaran powered by electric motors and solar batteries was demonstrated in St. Petersburg on May 11. The project was developed by engineers of the "National Center for Engineering Competitions and Competitions". Most components on the vessel are Russian-made: solar panels are produced by Hevel (Novocheboksarsk), batteries - by Liotech (Novosibirsk), automatics - by Valcom (St. Petersburg). The solar panels were developed at the Ioffe Physical-Technical Institute and are considered the best in Russia. As early as May 19, the catamaran will set off on the 5,200-kilometer expedition "Ekovolna" from the Baltic Sea to the Caspian Sea.
Peter was hit by an echo wave
Azimut will purify the air on its yachts using space technology
The new yachts of the Italian shipyard Azimut will be equipped with a ventilation and air purification system developed by NASA technologies.
What are the alternatives to fossil fuels for yachts
Four projects in which part or all of the diesel has been abandoned
Win at RS:X with intelligence and technique
Muscovite Yana Reznikova became world champion in RS:X class among juniors.
Training before the Olympics. Peter took the Junior Windsurfing World Cup.
Reportage from the opening of the World Championships in RS:X class for athletes aged 19-22 years.
Beacon Guide to the Leningrad Region
In Russia, lighthouse tourism has finally started to develop. In the Northern capital and its environs it is cultivated by enthusiasts of the «Nam light project.»