This is Norway, a Viking ship brought into our time, zero emissions
Norway found its way to Florida, at least in file form 160m luxury yacht Inspired by beauty Viking ships And its wonderful sails. It is the latest concept of the designer, specifically the Norwegian, Kurt Strand, which is called Norway.
Kust Strand took seriously the task of imagining what a modern Viking ship would look like Technique space The masts of the Falcon platform are made of carbon fibre.
Norway, a Viking ship brought to our time
Norway is progressing thanks to Three masts 96 meters high which can be rotated electro-hydraulic, the sails can be Unfold and roll up in just three minutes Thanks to the unique handling system, the maneuvers are more accurate, and can be used multiple times and for longer periods of time, even in tight ports.
By having three sails that can be wound progressively over the mast in a controlled manner, it will not be necessary for the crew to assist with the task. Rotary cranes make it happen The boat doesn’t have to be upwind To raise or roll the sails and the masts could rotate to reduce power.
Solar technology to conquer the sea
candles 6000 square meters covered with Flexible Solar Cell SheetThe energy will be stored in a battery bank and can be used directly to produce hydrogen on board. When there is no wind or sun, the yacht can run Hydrogen fuel energy cells.
Norway has a capacity of up to 24 guests which may occupy 12 luxury suitesA gym, spa, cinema and hospital plus 40 crew members. We will get Helipad On the bow of the ship with lift to the hangar below the deck and a large swimming pool on the aft deck.
The beach club will have a wide range of boats, ATVs, jet-skis and water rides, as well as a space beach cruiser electric one “limousine” 40 feet amphibious and submersible.