Lanéva is featured in the third edition of the Best Practices for eco-friendly Yachting, edited by the Prince Albert II Foundation. Read it in full here.
Here is the extract about us :
"There are many eco-friendly superyacht toys that minimize impact on the environment: Electric jet skis and surfboards minimize fuel emissions. Often powered by reusable lithium- batteries, these power toys can be charged in one to two hours and are operating at 100% emission-free. Likewise, electric tenders are increasingly popular and reduce fuel emissions. Investing in a greener tender is a benefit for both the environment and your wallet, and as Lanéva Boats has exhibited, choosing an electric tender made of sustainable, recyclable materials can be achieved without forfeiting comfort or prestige. Constructing their boats from sustainably- sourced birch, cork, linen fiber, and plant- originated epoxy and employing advanced battery recycling technology,
What are the qualities that distinguish Lanéva from other boats, and how do they minimize the threat to the environment?
François Richard (Lanéva’s Business Development Manager): Lanéva boats were developed on three major principles: 100% battery-operated motorization, sustainable and recyclable materials, and an on-board intelligence to increase security and comfort. In every possible instance, we seek performance with natural or sustainable materials to minimize our environmental footprint as much as possible... Additionally, we already address the 2nd life and recyclability of our batteries. We think that this final point is key in ensuring our boats have the smallest possible ecological impact.
What are your plans for the next few years?
François Richard: We are already working on our next innovations [involving] propulsion, energy economy, and innovative sustainable materials.
Is there anything you would like to add?
François Richard: Lanéva is a young Monégasque company whose development was accelerated thanks to MonacoTech, developed by the Princely Government, Monaco Telecom, and Xavier Niel. We hope to become an active and innovative long-term player in the yachting industry in the Principality."