This boat, called Path, was born from the idea of modernizing the angular lines of old work boats, without betraying their original structure and philosophy. It is a 44-meter explorer, capable of accommodating up to 10 guests and 4 sailors, enhanced by the presence of large common areas, designed to offer a high level of comfort during navigation and at anchor. In particular, the internal and external spaces guarantee an integral liveability of the boat and allow to host parties and receptions of all kinds. The owner’s cabin, located on the extreme part of the bow, is directly connected to the first deck, through which it is possible to easily access all areas of the boat.
This cabin has large full-height windows that integrate homogeneously with the installation of photovoltaic panels on the sides. The guest cabins are located on the lower deck and can be accessed through the common area of the main deck. Studying this boat, particular attention was paid to the application of renewable energy, providing a hybrid propulsion system (diesel-electric) able to exploiting electricity for short trips, maneuvers in port areas and protected areas inaccessible, otherwise. The energy supply is guaranteed by the presence of large photovoltaic surfaces present on the walls and on the area reserved for the heliport, as well as thanks to the installation of silicon solar cells with which the windows are equipped. The energy obtained from this supply system is stored in special batteries located in a technical area located aft of the engine room.