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Superyacht Shipyard Unveils Eco Friendly Superyacht

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Superyacht Shipyard Unveils Eco-Friendly Superyacht with Zero Carbon Emissions
July 15th, 2023 - Superyacht Shipyard, a shipbuilding company based in
Florida that specializes in building luxury superyachts, has unveiled a new eco-friendly and solar-powered superyacht, measuring 25 meters in length, that will attempt to achieve zero carbon emissions while increasing efficiency. The superyacht will feature 6 staterooms and will be custom built to the specifications of its owner. The superyacht is part of Superyacht Shipyard’s eco-friendly initiative to support whale conservation and coral reef restoration. The company will donate a percentage of its sales to these causes, as part of its dual mission to “protect the oceans while creating the world’s greatest superyachts”. The Managing Director of Superyacht Shipyard, Kambiz Mostofizadeh, said “We are thrilled to announce our latest innovation in the superyacht industry, a 100 percent solar-powered superyacht that will have zero carbon emissions and minimal environmental impact. This superyacht is designed to be self-sufficient and emission-free, using solar panels to power its propulsion and amenities. We believe that this superyacht will set a new standard for sustainability and performance in the superyacht industry.” The superyacht is the result of the expertise and experience of Superyacht Shipyard’s team of Dutch naval architects, who will invest between 6 to 8 months on the design and planning phase, working in a meticulous manner to design the world’s greatest superyacht. The team has sailed over 100000 nautical miles, designed over 650 vessels, and is using their combined knowledge of engineering, aesthetics, and sustainability to create a superyacht that is both luxurious and eco-friendly.

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