Veka building world’s first hybrid trimarans

The 33metre long trimarans will be propelled by no fewer than five water jets

A spokesperson for the Dutch Veka Group is claiming that technicians heading out the offshore wind farms can look forward to a more pleasant commute with considerably lower risk of seasickness thanks to a special, innovative ship being built by the shipyard.

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