The newly debuted 76 feet Suprema from Adler Yacht has been received with widespread praise for its innovative design, hybrid propulsion system and advanced technology, created by leaders in the marine, aviation and automotive industries across Europe. This has ensured the resulting vessel forges a new path for flybridge yachts within this size range.
Swiss brand Adler Yacht, which has close ties to the aviation business, chose to build its yachts in Monfalcone, near Trieste, on the Adriatic Coast of northern Italy. This allows the company’s yachts to benefit from the renowned Italian craftsmanship and yacht building expertise. When it came to selecting design and engineering teams, Adler Yacht wanted nothing but the best from Italy, Germany and Austria.
Nuvolari-Lenard, the highly awarded and renowned Venice-based superyacht design studio, provided both interior and exterior design for the Adler Suprema, which is constructed from carbon fibre, Kevlar® and fibreglass to provide a tough and rigid hull that is also sporty and efficient. It is the first carbon fibre yacht in its category.
The Suprema’s Hybrid Marine Solutions (HMS) propulsion system was developed by Germany and Austria-based TTControl GmbH, Aradex GmbH and Akasol GmbH, which are experienced in the marine and automotive industries.
Two years of testing and four years of development on the hybrid system have resulted in what is probably the most efficient yacht in its class, with up to 50% 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. The result is a trailblazing 23.11m flybridge yacht that offers many of the comforts and technology one rarely sees on a superyacht, let alone a vessel in this size category.