It’s best to operate PENGUIN in a sea full of marine resources.
PENGUIN’s draft is 1.21 m, so it needs a depth of at least 2 m given potential waves and sway when passengers are boarding.
Near the coast, the sea level given the tide should be considered.
We recommend operating PENGUIN in a lake or near a coast with waves of 0.5 m or less.
PENGUIN can sail with waves over 0.5 m, but this may cause passenger discomfort.
Even if the perfect place has been arranged, the number of visitors is still important.
PENGUIN weighs about 4.3 tons, and it needs an anchor point that can withstand 5 tons.
PENGUIN can effectively be operated less than 500 m from its point of anchorage (within 15 mins).
PENGUIN requires 5 kw for a full charge. An electric power supply should be installed less than 15 m from the anchor point with attendant staff.
When PENGUIN is moved by land, a lowbed trailer or cargo crane (over 5 tons) is required. In case of transport by sea, a barge or tug boat is required.