Scania Marell M17 Hybrid Interceptor

Length:
17-meters
Beam:
4.56-meters
Speed:
55 knots
Engine:
Scania Diesel V8s with 1150 HP each 30 kW electric machines and 4 battery packs with 104 kWh each
Year:
2024
Waterjet:
Dual MJP 350X
Shipyard:
Marell

This revolutionary high-speed interceptor features a first-of-its-kind hybrid electric drive system by Scania, seamlessly integrated with MJP’s industry-leading dual 350X waterjets. This marks the inaugural marine application of Scania’s E-Machine technology, proven reliable in the rigorous environment of land-based and bus transportation.

The interceptor effortlessly achieved speeds exceeding 50 knots under diesel power, showcasing its exceptional performance capabilities. However, what truly set it apart was the ability to operate silently on electric drive during low-speed maneuvers and harbor operations. This remarkable feat highlights MJP’s expertise in seamlessly combining power with efficiency, achieved through the optimal pairing of their waterjets with the hybrid propulsion system.

“Marine Jet Power is honored to be at the forefront of this groundbreaking project,” said Robert Magnusson, MJP’s Global Director of Sales. “Our contribution to the M17 underscores MJP’s unwavering commitment to developing sustainable solutions for marine propulsion. We continuously push the boundaries of innovation to address the evolving needs of our diverse customer base. By providing access to the most advanced and environmentally friendly technology available, we empower them to operate efficiently and with minimal environmental impact.”

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Jeonnam Hospital Ship 511 in South Korea.

Jeonnam Hospital Ship 511

Length:
49-meters
Beam:
46.1-meters
Speed:
17.8 knots
Engine:
MTU 16V4000M65L
Engine Power:
Danfoss Hybrid
Year:
2023
Waterjet:
MJP 850 MJP DRB
Config:
Dual
Shipyard:
Kangnam

Replacing a 23-year-old hospital ship, the Jeonnam Hospital Ship 511 is a game-changer in providing advanced medical services to island residents on the south coast of South Korea. This 390-ton vessel boasts state-of-the-art medical equipment and a cutting-edge onboard propulsion system, ensuring enhanced safety and improved medical treatment, even in emergency situations on remote islands.

Uniquely suited to the challenges of coastal island areas with shallow water depth, the ship features waterjet propulsion and an environmentally friendly electric combined propulsion system. By utilizing diesel engines for high-speed operations and electric motors for low-speed, short-distance journeys, the ship is poised to achieve carbon neutrality, reducing air pollutant emissions while saving energy.

Equipped with dual MJP 850 DRB waterjets, this 49-meter vessel showcases hybrid/electric capabilities for eco-friendly operations.

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BADAGAON – Korean Hybrid Patrol Vessel

Length:
26.5 m
Beam:
5.1 m
Speed:
32 knots
Engine:
CAT C32 C32
Engine Power:
Propulsion motor, Battery, and energy management system - Praxis
Year:
2022
Waterjet:
MJP 500 DRB MJP DRB
Config:
Dual
Shipyard:
Korean Shipyard

This vessel is the first hybrid waterjet propulsion vessel in Korea built with this state-of-the-art technology. Hybrid: Propulsion motor, Battery, and energy management system – Praxis

Originally it was designed to patrol Masan port at 30 knots. However, upon completion, the hybrid vessel exceeded its speed requirement at 32 knots.

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