Video clip Score: four / 5
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That said: shipyards are companies who serve the customer. Shipyards have to build ships to fill the book of commisions and to make money. Yachts are some of the most expensive ships. If customers want yachts – shipyards will build it because there’s a demand – and it’s one of the last profitable things in the business. You can’t blame them for that.
One of the yachts in the video:
Nobiskrug Shipyard MY “Sapphire” hull 781.
Length 73.52 m, waterline 64.20 m, max draft 3.65 m, max displacement 1,585 tn, fuel capacity 182,000 L diesel, total power 3.520 kW, max speed 17.3 kn, cruise speed 14-15 kn;
range @14,5 kn ~5000 nm = fuel consumption ~36.4 L/nm
Fairly efficient I guess – despite the purpose of the ship of course. But fuel consumption is a problem of all ships – modern hull materials and different designs (Trimaran) would help.
Can’t believe ppl still have the time/money for this kind of stuff. The owner seems to be an English aristocrat or businessman.
Why does it use so much fuel? No alternatives?
C02 is Not a climate driver
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STILL building yachts with huge carbon footprints? Germany? How very DISSAPOINTING!!!!! SO MUCH you could do without even a yacht like this using fuel. Such idiots.
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