Who doesn’t love to go on a long sea vacation where one can explore the world of water. The Ned Ship Group and a 37-year-old Swedish designer, Dennis Ingemansson makes the experience richer. He has brought a superyacht that can stay in the water for months without coming back to the land. The project is called '65M GREEN EXPEDITION'. Don’t forget to have a look at this amazing piece of art and technology.
The innovative eco-friendly superyacht comes with wind turbines, solar panels and it is propelled by a 'skysail' which can go on a very-long sea vacation without coming back to land. The new $103 million water ride is made especially for the billionaires who love to stay away from shore and explore the different conditions in the world.
This yacht is covered with 200 square meters of solar panels which provides it energy to stay in the water for so long. The yacht's hybrid engine will also be assisted by retractable wind and wave turbines as well as the skysail, just in case, there's no sun. Skysail is a kite-like rig capable of moving the ship through the water.
The Green Expedition's 213ft superyacht could go for more than 60 days without returning to a dock if the crew have food and water. As compared to this superyacht, the current ones have far shorter range, typically restricting to weeks rather than months. It has the arrangement for 12 guests and up to 20 crew members.
Amazingly, It comes with a helicopter and a mini-submarine which can dive to the depth of 300 meters. It is a 1,400-tonne monster boast, a superstructure steel hull which is fit to sail through the harshest Arctic conditions. There is also a heated swimming pool on the yacht in which one can take a dip if it is too cold to swim outside.