, 2022-10-14 03:36:21,
Drones for Yachts discusses the expanding utility of drone based services for superyachts…
The days when drones were used only for taking picturesque snaps of yachts are fast retreating. Both a security risk and a tool for onboard operations, the relationship between drones and superyachts is multilayered. Drones are being used to combat cybersecurity concerns and even assist with other aspects of day-to-day operations.
The use of tech to safeguard and facilitate human activity is what optimists in the world of tech predict will happen, envisioning that technology will increasingly take over mundane human tasks and help humanity in everyday pursuits. Baudoin’s Ocean Wash Drone, displayed at Monaco Yacht Show 2022 was one example. It acts as a water jet, meaning crew do not have to clean the yacht’s hull, glass or facades using harnesses which can at times be a dangerous activity.
Drones for yachts was founded in the spring of 2022 and provides a new drone service offering delivery for packages up to five kilograms brought to the vessel in fifteen minutes. The current constellation of launch pads is placed across the Mediterranean, available in Corsica, Sardinia and Greece. The service is available when the yacht is 15km away from the coast and has GPS activated.
SuperyachtNews spoke to Chahine Bouaiache, Co-Founder of Drones for Yachts, who told us the packets are ordered via the “marketplace”, an app that will be live in 2023…
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