Drafting A Zero-Emission Coastal Cruise Ship

Sea Zero Concept

After a year of intensive research, coastal ferry and cruise specialist Hurtigruten Norway has revealed early concept plans for an emission-free ship promising to set a new benchmark in energy efficiency.

Following a rigorous feasibility study conducted by the company with partners in the first phase of the Sea Zero project, the most promising technologies and innovations were pinpointed for future vessels. Those elements will now be tested and developed over a two-year, second phase so as to create the next-generation ship and prepare the ground for a construction contract.

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