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Published: Wednesday, 11 October 2017

Adler Yacht is officially showcasing its full carbon hybrid-powered Nuvolari-Lenard design Adler Suprema Hybrid - for her American debut - at the 58th Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.

Adler Suprema Hybrid To Make First Us Debut At Fort Lauderdale 1

(Photo: Alder Yacht)

The 76ft Suprema has innovative design, hybrid propulsion system and advanced technology, created by leaders in the marine, aviation and automotive industries across Europe.

The yacht is manufactured from carbon fibre, to provide a tough and rigid hull that is also sporty and efficient, and features one of the largest flybridges in her class.

Nuvolari Lenard, the highly awarded and renowned Venice-based superyacht design studio, provided both interior and exterior design.

The Suprema’s Hybrid Marine Solutions (HMS) propulsion system was developed by Germany and Austria-based companies and engineers, strongly experienced in the marine, aviation and automotive industries.

Two years of testing and four years of development on the hybrid system have resulted in the yacht in its class with up to 50 per cent more efficiency than a conventional system. At a rate of 8 knots, with a fuel capacity of 5,200 litres, the yacht can provide a range of over 3,500nm. 

Technology is a key part of the Adler Suprema’s appeal. iPad controls allow an owner to monitor and change the settings of the yacht’s various systems, even when not on board. Privacy glass provides one-touch transformation of windows into opaque glass panels. 

Nuvolari Lenard’s exterior lines and sporty profile offer a large amount of exterior space for a yacht of this length. The Adler Suprema has one of the largest flybridges in its class.

There is accommodation for between six and ten guests in three or five high-density cabin arrangements, as well as two live-aboard crew. In the former arrangement, the full-beam master cabin amidships on the lower deck includes a walk-in wardrobe and en suite bathroom, while double ensuite guest cabins are located to the bow and the stern.

“It’s a big honour for us to take part in one of the largest boat exhibitions in the world here in Fort Lauderdale, the planet’s yachting capital. The field is very strong but I’m pretty sure Adler Suprema Hybrid will be one of the brightest stars of the upcoming show”, said Philipp Pototschnik, CEO of Adler Yacht.

“It’s a unique yacht with a sophisticated design, a number of modern features usually found on much bigger boats, such as state-of-the-art hybrid propulsion, iPad controls and heated floors, and strong, lightweight and efficient hull made from carbon. We expect a very busy and exciting event.”

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