Artemis Technologies’ Electric Foiling Passenger Ferry Forges Ahead

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Posted on: 21 May, 2024

Construction of Artemis Technologies’ EF-24 Passenger ferry, a world-first in high-speed electric maritime transport, is rapidly progressing.

Set to revolutionise how people think, feel and behave in relation to travel, this vessel marks a significant leap forward in tackling the challenge of reducing maritime emissions - unlocking opportunities for people, the planet and prosperity.

The Artemis EF-24 Passenger has been designed to help balance the requirement for people to continue to move around with the need to reduce carbon emissions.

With its advanced technology, the 100% electric foiling ferry will allow cities across the globe to utilise previously untapped waterways, address congestion and reduce harmful emissions.

As part of the company's ambitious effort to offer more environmentally friendly transportation options to water-based communities and economies worldwide, the Artemis EF-24 Passenger is a flagship project amongst several foiling vessels that operate with zero emissions.

Reflecting on this milestone, Artemis Technologies CEO, Dr Iain Percy OBE, commented

Today, we are another step closer to our mission of delivering a sustainable maritime future. We are proud to demonstrate to the world that we can decarbonise, decongest, and revolutionise urban transportation, offering cheaper, less disruptive, and more enjoyable ways to travel. This progress underscores the possibility of real, meaningful change, addressing the challenge of reducing global greenhouse gases.

With build slots filling up, ferry operators are encouraged to secure their spot in line to be among the first to experience the benefits of this new technology.

For more information click here: Artemis EF-24 Passenger