Luxury-Sea Boat Allegedly Generates Electricity from Ocean Water

Fake? Hank Mills with Sterling D. Allan report for Pure Energy Systems News:

A company named Luxury-Sea is building a boat with a special device that is claimed to generate electricity from ocean water, to both produce hydrogen to fuel its engine as well as power its on-board electronics.

A boat that requires no fossil fuel and that has an infinite range would be a true breakthrough. The French company Luxury-Sea claims to be building such a boat, named the MIG 675. Allegedly, it utilizes a patent pending technology that generates up to 50,000 volts of electricity from ocean water. The electricity generated is used both to power on board electronics, and to generate hydrogen to fuel a powerful 500 horse power engine…

Of course the most amazing aspect of the boat is that it runs off salt water. No details are given about how it works, and no evidence is provided. Here is a video of the boat in action, but there is no way to determine if it is really powering itself using ocean water.

The inventor of the technology, Angi Le Floch, is asserted to be self taught. He had this to say to the French website Le Telegramme

“The great innovation is the lack of fuel tank. I developed a stand-alone generator that produces 50,000 volts, from sea water. It pumps hydrogen that powers the engine. There is no release of carbon dioxide or pollutants, and waste are no longer required to spend at the pump; [providing] unlimited autonomy. ”

If you go to the company website http://luxury-sea.com, you will find links to various articles about the technology, specifications, and many photographs. However, once again, there are very few details about the technology that gives this boat an infinite range…

[continues at Pure Energy Systems News]

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  • Your Mother

    Quite strange there’s no sound in the video.

  • Your Mother

    Quite strange there’s no sound in the video.

  • Anarchy Pony

    And how long ’til the disastrous complications and consequences kick in? It always starts out with promise, but then it becomes clear that it is disastrous in the long run.

  • Anarchy Pony

    And how long ’til the disastrous complications and consequences kick in? It always starts out with promise, but then it becomes clear that it is disastrous in the long run.

  • Kharris1

    He should have the idea locked by patents by now.His lack of clarity in the method of operation and design is puzzling.His appeal for financial backing is sure to follow with money flowing in to fund his venture.Why is he making a public appeal for backing?If the concept is sound support would it not be obtained privately.The French Navy would be salivating to obtain such a propulsion system.The idea of getting such electrical power from such a source would overturn the basic laws of physics. Lots of electrical devices can produce high voltages but it’s Amps that are needed to provide the muscle.Any body willing to wager that the fiscal funds will vanish and magically appear in a Cayman Islands bank account? With no sign of mr “Tesla”.

  • Kharris1

    He should have the idea locked by patents by now.His lack of clarity in the method of operation and design is puzzling.His appeal for financial backing is sure to follow with money flowing in to fund his venture.Why is he making a public appeal for backing?If the concept is sound support would it not be obtained privately.The French Navy would be salivating to obtain such a propulsion system.The idea of getting such electrical power from such a source would overturn the basic laws of physics. Lots of electrical devices can produce high voltages but it’s Amps that are needed to provide the muscle.Any body willing to wager that the fiscal funds will vanish and magically appear in a Cayman Islands bank account? With no sign of mr “Tesla”.

  • Sajsikudjo

    It must be the same technology Stanley Mayer developed.

  • Sajsikudjo

    It must be the same technology Stanley Mayer developed.

  • Anonymous

    We’ve made electricity out of water but we’ve lost the technology of sound production.

  • smooth_operator

    We’ve made electricity out of water but we’ve lost the technology of sound production.

  • Statsistence

    Oh here we go again. 1.) It’s fake and it will fail. 2.) It’s real and will be suppressed. 3.) It’s exaggerated and can’t hold up to its claims, then it fails. 

    One thing is for sure, WE CAN’T HAVE IT! 

  • Statsistence

    Oh here we go again. 1.) It’s fake and it will fail. 2.) It’s real and will be suppressed. 3.) It’s exaggerated and can’t hold up to its claims, then it fails. 

    One thing is for sure, WE CAN’T HAVE IT! 

  • NO SOUND

    NOTICE This video contains an audio track that has not been authorized by WMG. The audio has been disabled.

  • NO SOUND

    NOTICE This video contains an audio track that has not been authorized by WMG. The audio has been disabled.

  • Hawaiiguy

    My guess is that if fish (or any other sea life)  haven’t figured out how to convert energy from salt water for their own needs, a land lubber hasn’t either!

  • hawaiiguy

    My guess is that if fish (or any other sea life)  haven’t figured out how to convert energy from salt water for their own needs, a land lubber hasn’t either!

  • Rabble


    A boat that requires no fossil fuel and that has an infinite range would be a true breakthrough.” Ever gone sailing?

  • Rabble


    A boat that requires no fossil fuel and that has an infinite range would be a true breakthrough.” Ever gone sailing?

  • David

    Boeing has a Hydrogen powered drone that runs ford tuck motors on Hydrogen for like 6 days.  http://www.treehugger.com/aviation/boeing-unveils-hydrogen-powered-phantom-eye-unmanned-drone.html

  • David

    Boeing has a Hydrogen powered drone that runs ford tuck motors on Hydrogen for like 6 days.  http://www.treehugger.com/aviation/boeing-unveils-hydrogen-powered-phantom-eye-unmanned-drone.html

  • Stanley Mayer

    Look up John Kanzius on youtube. He accidentally developed a variation of salt water fuel ignited by radio waves in search of a cure for cancer.

    • Adaugeo

      yeah but it’s a lot more energy in than out.

  • Stanley Mayer

    Look up John Kanzius on youtube. He accidentally developed a variation of salt water fuel ignited by radio waves in search of a cure for cancer.

  • Gregory Wyrdmaven

    sound or it didn’t happen

  • Gregory Wyrdmaven

    sound or it didn’t happen

  • America4Americans

    this thing is a job killer. buy up the patent and make sure it never sees the light of day

  • America4Americans

    this thing is a job killer. buy up the patent and make sure it never sees the light of day

  • Adaugeo

    yeah but it’s a lot more energy in than out.

  • Adaugeo

    The inventor is completely evasive and combative about how it works. It’s not real.

  • Adaugeo

    The inventor is completely evasive and combative about how it works. It’s not real.