Synthetic fuel trial for Signature 95

Meros crewmember filling the tanks with Repsol CO2 emission free fuel

A synthetic fuel is being trialled in the largest Sunseeker yacht to date.

Meros Yacht Sharing has received approval for its new Sunseeker Signature 95 yacht to use synthetic fuels in accordance with ISO EN 15940.

This is the first Sunseeker of this size and class to be powered by synthetic fuel – supplied by Repsol - and the introduction of the fuel could lead the way for the use of low-CO2 or CO2-neutral fuels.

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