meghad23
Contributor Level: Captain

Ecoship in 2020

I was bored before work and found this article. http://cruisefever.net/09062-deal-signed-develop-cruise-ship-powered-wind-solar/


A wind and solar powered cruise ship?!? The concept drawings of the front look NOTHING like a typical cruise ship, other than a general size and maybe the side with the balconies and safety boats... I wonder if it will actually come to fruition, and how many there will be... I bet the price will be expensive too

Tags: solar powered cruise ships wind powered green ship

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BDRebel
Contributor Level: Captain

Didn't they used to have wind and solar power ships in the 1700's? Nothing like progress!:)

 

meghad23
Contributor Level: Captain

That would be a cruise that I don't think many wanted to take, or  took voluntarily either... 

 

Johngold
Moderator
Contributor Level: Captain

Obviously the shape of things to come.

Wonder how much more the fare will be?

meghad23
Contributor Level: Captain

That is what I'm saying!

 

 

$$$$$$$$$$

noname111
Contributor Level: Captain

Nice ideas but it seems more like the automobile concept car.... an exercise for the designer's ego but not particularly practical. As with cars, I'm sure that some of these innovations will find a place on cruise ships of the future. Will be interesting to see!

glomarrone
Contributor Level: Admiral

This may be the wave of the future.  The new buzz word is Green. 

BAK1061
Contributor Level: Captain

A wind powered ship. How..................original Surprised

Will it be made of that newly developed substance called  " wood " ?

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