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Capstone® Turbine Corporation is the world’s leading manufacturer of microturbine power systems. Thousands of customers worldwide benefit from reliable and low-emission Capstone microturbines, including a Type-C Tanker that cruises European inland waterways and a 144-foot Dutch luxury sailing yacht.

Capstone Microturbines save energy, money, and the environment. They are low maintenance, fuel flexible, scalable, provide up to 90% overall efficiency, and ensure clean and reliable main and auxiliary onboard power. These power systems are ideal for tugs, barges, shipping vessels, yachts and other watercraft as they limit pollution; ensure onboard comfort with quiet, no-vibration operation; and easily integrate with onboard equipment.  

Capstone Microturbines save energy, money, and the environment. They are low maintenance, fuel flexible, scalable, provide up to 90% overall efficiency, and ensure clean and reliable main and auxiliary onboard power. These power systems are ideal for tugs, barges, shipping vessels, yachts and other watercraft as they limit pollution; ensure onboard comfort with quiet, no-vibration operation; and easily integrate with onboard equipment.
 

First Inland LNG Barge Powered by Capstone Microturbines

Deen Shipping’s MTS Argonon—the first dual-fuel ship on European inland waterways to install microturbines—features two LNG-fueled Capstone C30 microturbines that operate in an N+1 setting and serve as the main electrical power supply. The microturbines meet strict emission regulations without
additional exhaust aftertreatment resulting in a considerable reduction in service requirements, maintenance, and operational costs.

Lethantia Super Yacht

A liquid-fueled Capstone C30 provides power and heat to the world's first microturbine powered super yacht - the 44-meter (144-foot) schooner, Royal Huisman "Lethantia". The turbine is re-packaged to accommodate the engine room and to meet the unique style of the ship. The heat is captured in a custom designed stainless steel heat exchanger to produce hot water. The clean and quiet Capstone turbine technology enhances the ship's onboard comfort for its guests and also allows the Lethantia to use onboard power within the marina.


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