economy & sports
tonnes of CO2 saved per year
Lanéva Boats technology
- 2 ultra-compact, high-performance axial flux engines tested in aviation
- High-density battery cells with more than 2,000 1C/1C charge cycles
Its hull, which was specially developed for electric motors, its ergonomics, designed to ensure a safe, simple experience, and its quiet, iconic technology make this a unique vessel; a combination of beauty and technical prowess that push the boundaries of sailing today.
of the Lanéva Vesper
Live a unique experience in silence, odorless, vibration-free, and enjoy a boat without engine maintenance. Add to that a significant saving in fuel – more than 10,000 € per season – and a saving of time at the pump! The 100% electric boat simplifies the use and ownership of your boat.
Whether you are cruising on a lake or at sea, you charge your boat at any available outlet thanks to a set of adapters provided. We can assist you in installing a dedicated charging station near your electric boat.
A MODULAR BOAT
We offer you the choice of modulating the deck of your boat to your taste and your use: open runabout, fixed hardtop or cabin at the front. You also have the possibility to always update your boat with new battery technologies when available
The Lanéva Vesper has been optimised using light, sustainable, bio-based materials, making this boat the most sustainable on the market.
FSC natural wood
FSC stands for Forest Stewardship Council. It denotes a certification issued by an independent body, guaranteeing that the wood used comes from forests that are managed responsibly and sustainably.
volcanic rock fibres
Cultivated in Europe using environmentally friendly techniques. The production waste is used for paper pulp or to make flaxseed oil.
VOLCANIC ROCK FIBRES
Made from basalt, a volcanic rock that is found in many places around the world, this material has very strong sound and heat insulating properties.
It is also water resistant.
Cork oak bark is a very light natural material which is water-resistant and offers great insulation against vibrations. It can be harvested once the tree reaches a circumference of 70 cm, after about 25 years, and it then grows back sustainably in nine or ten years.
This synthetic material from Switzerland, which complies with all ISO standards and is intended for use at sea, is manufactured by a French craftsperson who has been awarded the title Meilleur Ouvrier de France.
It is fully recyclable and offers exceptional abrasion resistance and unparalleled flexibility.