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We are constantly looking for inspiration from other water users and the elements. For fast craft operating in waves it is important to understand the forces that the vessel is experiencing. Wind powered water craft are getting faster and more efficient from a combination of aeronautical and marine technology including hydrofoils, wing sails and kites. Solar power is proving to be a viable energy source onboard and for propulsion.

New 65 Knot World Speed Sailing Record

Australian Paul Larsen and Vestas SailRocket 2 set a new Outright World Speed Sailing Record of 65.45 knots. SailRocket 2 covered…

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Hydroptere v SailRocket - Going For Boatspeed

When two vastly different technologies go head to head the result is usually progress. SailRocket and Hydroptere went head to head…

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50+ Knots Hull Speed With No Engine

Over 50 knots hull speed with no engine has now become reality. Paul Larsen is working on a new…

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Over 800 Nautical Miles With No Engine

On 1st December the trimaran Banque Populaire V covered 811 nautical miles over a 24 hour period, at an…

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04.07.2020
2020 Southampton Boat Show Postponed

Following the COVID-19 guidelines regarding large scale gatherings, British Marine…

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15.06.2019
How Can Marine Sectors Finance Hybrid Power

Ports and the offshore industry are now recognising the potential of…

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ASNE Technology, Systems & Ships 2020

Dates:
4 - 6 August 2020 (RE-SCHEDULED)
Location:
Arlington, USA

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America's Cup AC75

AC75 is the new class of high performance fully foiling monohull racing yachts, to be sailed when New Zealand defend…

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