Cosmo6oo – Tender
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Come on Cosmo!

Cosmo6oo is a pleasure craft with electric drive – the fascination of the speedboat experience combined with its special form, design, innovation, equipment and comfort with a friendly energy concept, sustainable technologies and intelligent solutions. Cosmo600 is quick and due to the electronic drive almost silently. But even if Cosmo6oo represents „Power and Style“ of speedboats, she is also an incredibly friendly boat that loves to swing among water lilies and combines with the grandeur of our seascapes. The combination of several technical aspects Cosmo600 achieved a hitherto unseen dimension to the efficiency of the handling characteristics. The new lightweight construction of the hull, used in rigid foam panels, which were originally developed for the aircraft industry, as well as the hydrodynamic calculation of the hulls shape are precisely matched to the power of the

electric engine. The chosen engines are characterized by extremely economical energy consumption, which only requires a small battery capacity. New equipped with the new ‘Green Flash Outboard’ by Aquawatt, a masterpiece of electrical engineering, Cosmo6oo accelerates to more than 30 knots! For the distance of 22km Cosmo600 requires not more than 24 minutes! The range of water sports that can be played with Cosmo6oo, now extend over wakeboarding through to monoskiing! The chosen engines are characterized by extremely economical energy consumption, which only requires a small battery capacity. For all boat lovers who are looking for design affinity and energy-conscious concepts combined with elegant décor, comfort, dynamic handling and high speed.

Cosmo6oo is a pleasure craft with electric drive – the fascination of the speedboat experience combined with its special form, design, innovation, equipment and comfort with a friendly energy concept, sustainable technologies and intelligent solutions. Cosmo600 is quick and due to the electronic drive almost silently. But even if Cosmo6oo represents „Power and Style“ of speedboats, she is also an incredibly friendly boat that loves to swing among water lilies and combines with the grandeur of our seascapes.

Models

Cosmo6oo Tender

Cosmo6oo Tender Ansicht

Length
6.0 m
Length over all
6.4 m
Width
1.8 m
Draft
0.2 – 0.5 m
Foredeck
open with mattress
Motorisation
Outboard engine
Empty load
290 kg
CE-certificate
category D – 4 Persons
Cosmo6oo Runabout

Cosmo6oo Runabout Ansicht

Length
6.0 m
Length over all
6.4 m
Width
1.8 m
Draft
0.2 – 0.5 m
Foredeck
covered
Motorisation
Outboard engine
Empty load
290 kg
CE-certificate
category D – 4 Persons

E-Motorisation – 22 kW

E-Outboard engine
Aquawatt Green Racing 22 kW
Vmax
38 km/h
Range
18 – 100 km
Battery
Aquawatt Lithium-Eisen-Phosphat
Engine weight
65 kg
Battery weight
155 kg
Battery capacity
13 kWh
Charging time
2 – 8 hrs
E-Outboard engine
Aquawatt Green Racing 22 kW
Vmax
38 km/h
Range
18 – 100 km
Battery
Aquawatt Lithium-Eisen-Phosphat
Engine weight
65 kg
Battery weight
155 kg
Battery capacity
13 kWh
Charging time
2 – 8 hrs

E-Motorisation – 50 kW

E-Outboard engine
Aquawatt Green Flash 50 kW
Vmax
55 km/h
Range
28 – 175 km
Battery
Aquawatt Lithium-Eisen-Phosphat
Engine weight
95 kg
Battery weight
260 kg
Battery capacity
22 kWh
Charging time
3.5 – 14 hrs
E-Outboard engine
Aquawatt Green Flash 50 kW
Vmax
55 km/h
Range
28 – 175 km
Battery
Aquawatt Lithium-Eisen-Phosphat
Engine weight
95 kg
Battery weight
260 kg
Battery capacity
22 kWh
Charging time
3.5 – 14 hrs

Motorisation – 50 kW

Outboard engine
Yamaha Four Stroke 50 kW
Vmax
55 km/h
Engine weight
110 kg
Tank capacity
40 L
Outboard engine
Yamaha Four Stroke 50 kW
Vmax
55 km/h
Engine weight
110 kg
Tank capacity
40 L

Configuration – standard

Steering wheel
Isotta Idra
Steering gear
Teleflex T67
Single lever
Ultraflex B65
Cleats
Seasmart Alu 120
Auxiliary equipment
Multifunction-Touchpanel
Propeller
Solas Saturn stainless steel
Fabric
Spradling Silvertex
Cupholder
4 pieces with LED-light
Navigation light
Hella Marine
Cockpit cover
Flexiteak light grey
Fordeck (runabout)
Desired colour
Bench
2
DC/DC-converter
300 W
Logo
Single letters in stainless steel
Steering wheel
Isotta Idra
Steering gear
Teleflex T67
Single lever
Ultraflex B65
Cleats
Seasmart Alu 120
Auxiliary equipment
Multifunction-Touchpanel
Propeller
Solas Saturn stainless steel
Fabric
Spradling Silvertex
Cupholder
4 pieces with LED-light
Navigation light
Hella Marine
Cockpit cover
Flexiteak light grey
Fordeck (runabout)
Desired colour
Bench
2
DC/DC-converter
300 W
Logo
Single letters in stainless steel

Configuration – optional

Wakeboard tower
Bimini
Persenning
Swimming ladder
Mattress foredeck (runabout)
Antifouling
Upholster benches
Additional charger
Audio equipment
Fridge
Wakeboard mast
Flagpole
Hull in desired colour
Folding seats
Wakeboard tower
Bimini
Persenning
Swimming ladder
Mattress foredeck (runabout)
Antifouling
Upholster benches
Additional charger
Audio equipment
Fridge
Wakeboard mast
Flagpole
Hull in desired colour
Folding seats

News

IDA for Cosmo6oo

Cosmo6oo won the IDA (Internation Design Award) in silver.

Beside the German Design Award (Special Mention) and the European Design Award (Platinum) the IDA is the third award for the Design of Cosmo6oo. The winning ceremony of the American IDA took place in Los Angeles.

News

IDA for Cosmo6oo

Cosmo6oo won the IDA (Internation Design Award) in silver. Beside the German Design Award (Special Mention) and the European Design Award (Platinum) the IDA is the third award for the Design of Cosmo6oo. The winning ceremony of the American IDA took place in Los Angeles.

Try & Buy

Franz Mittendorfer
ATTERSEE
Boote Mittendorfer – Franz Mittendorfer
www.boote-mittendorfer.at
Wolfgang Maletschek
NEUSIEDLERSEE
Maletschek Nautics – Wolfgang Maletschek
www.maletschek.at
Dieter H. Seebacher
WÖRTHERSEE
Aquawatt – Dieter H. Seebacher
www.aquawatt.at
Gaber Bregant
SPEEDFACTORY – Werft
Ocean tec d.o.o. – Gaber Bregant
www.oceantec.si
Franz Mittendorfer
ATTERSEE
Boote Mittendorfer – Franz Mittendorfer
www.boote-mittendorfer.at
Wolfgang Maletschek
NEUSIEDLERSEE
Maletschek Nautics – Wolfgang Maletschek
www.maletschek.at
Dieter H. Seebacher
WÖRTHERSEE
Aquawatt – Dieter H. Seebacher
www.aquawatt.at
Gaber Bregant
SPEEDFACTORY – Werft
Ocean tec d.o.o. – Gaber Bregant
www.oceantec.si

Power of Style

Gerhard Treml meets Thomas Exner for a talk about speedboats, outlaws and water lillies

You grew up in Salzburg. How do you go from high mountains to designing speedboats?

Extreme sport, in which technical and dimensional limits are tested, fascinated me from an early age. For this, the lake and mountain environments of Salzburg are perfect. Skiing, paragliding and especially sailing made a huge impression on me from very early on. As a designer, the path to designing boats were very straightforward.

Designers often speak about design schools and design stars. Which designers influenced you and your designs?
I was lucky to be at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna, when brilliant designers like Paolo Piva, Hermann Czech, Boris Podrecca and Jasper Morrison were there to discuss ideas and design. But I cannot name any one designer as the biggest influence though. The real influences were the many interesting people in whose environment I could develop my own language, my style and above all my passion for design.

Your speedboat remind me slightly of a Wally-Yacht-design. Did that style play a role in your design?
Luca Bassani has long been a global ‘game – changer’ in the top division of boat designs with a form of language that goes beyond previous pattern. With Cosmo6oo, I try to liberate this language and to make it available to a wider prospective group.

How do you plan to target specific markets with your product?
I would be happy to provide our natural environment with something more passionate, that’s not limited to a specific market segment. The attraction and the motivation to have a speed boat at the front door, should

hopefully be greater than the product.

Is the design motivation already a question of style for a designer?
Absolutely. Whether I‘m developing a control system for a large zoo or a speedboat that can unlock, or give us access to our natural environment silently and directly, like gliding, is quite a difference. Therefore, the Cosmo6oo uses sustainable technology as a stylistic device. To link our fascination with the speedboat experience, to our fascination with the wonders of our waterways. Of course it can also equipe oceangoing yachts as charter boats. Conceptually it lends itself as an impulse generator or catalyst for urban planners. I have a great desire to share thoughts and ideas with architects about how you could use the incredible potential of the Danube for urban landscape design. The boat should spark the desire to be on water.

How do you actually connect Smart Technology with the outlaw image of speedboats.
With forceful understatement … the result of minimalism in design. For example, we adapted the shape of the boat to the absolute minimum water displacement possible.
In that way Cosmo6oo offers, in reality, what others only promise as a marketing pitch: ‘Cosmo is fast and its engine is quiet’. What used to be a strong outboard motor, or ideal sailing wind, is irrelevant. Even though Cosmo6oo has ferocious power and style, it’s an unbelievably friendly boat that rocks gently amongst water lilies.

By that I mean, that conceptually, the design of Cosmo6oo aims to open up the room for presentation, which has to be determined by the individual.

You grew up in Salzburg. How do you go from high mountains to designing speedboats?

Extreme sport, in which technical and dimensional limits are tested, fascinated me from an early age. For this, the lake and mountain environments of Salzburg are perfect. Skiing, paragliding and especially sailing made a huge impression on me from very early on. As a designer, the path to designing boats were very straightforward.

Designers often speak about design schools and design stars. Which designers influenced you and your designs?
I was lucky to be at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna, when brilliant designers like Paolo Piva, Hermann Czech, Boris Podrecca and Jasper Morrison were there to discuss ideas and design. But I cannot name any one designer as the biggest influence though. The real influences were the many interesting people in whose environment I could develop my own language, my style and above all my passion for design.

Your speedboat remind me slightly of a Wally-Yacht-design. Did that style play a role in your design?
Luca Bassani has long been a global ‘game – changer’ in the top division of boat designs with a form of language that goes beyond previous pattern. With Cosmo6oo, I try to liberate this language and to make it available to a wider prospective group.

How do you plan to target specific markets with your product?
I would be happy to provide our natural environment with something more passionate, that’s not limited to a specific market segment. The attraction and the motivation to have a speed boat at the front door, should hopefully be greater than the product.

Is the design motivation already a question of style for a designer?
Absolutely. Whether I‘m developing a control system for a large zoo or a speedboat that can unlock, or give us access to our natural environment silently and directly, like gliding, is quite a difference. Therefore, the Cosmo6oo uses sustainable technology as a stylistic device. To link our fascination with the speedboat experience, to our fascination with the wonders of our waterways. Of course it can also equipe oceangoing yachts as charter boats. Conceptually it lends itself as an impulse generator or catalyst for urban planners. I have a great desire to share thoughts and ideas with architects about how you could use the incredible potential of the Danube for urban landscape design. The boat should spark the desire to be on water.

How do you actually connect Smart Technology with the outlaw image of speedboats.
With forceful understatement … the result of minimalism in design. For example, we adapted the shape of the boat to the absolute minimum water displacement possible.
In that way Cosmo6oo offers, in reality, what others only promise as a marketing pitch: ‘Cosmo is fast and its engine is quiet’. What used to be a strong outboard motor, or ideal sailing wind, is irrelevant. Even though Cosmo6oo has ferocious power and style, it’s an unbelievably friendly boat that rocks gently amongst water lilies.

By that I mean, that conceptually, the design of Cosmo6oo aims to open up the room for presentation, which has to be determined by the individual.