Wind assisted shipping gathers momentum

This form of ‘Hybrid Wind Assisted Shipping’ consists of vertical rotating cylinders that convert crosswinds into forward thrust

Netherlands-headquartered C-Job Naval Architects, known for recent innovations including the hybrid CNG-Electric ferry ‘Texelstroom’ and the LNG-powered ‘TSHD Bonny River’ for DEME, is currently putting the finishing touch to the FF8000, a revolutionary Wind Assisted Propulsion design.

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