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Hurtigruten Norway unveils its first zero-emission cruise ship

Cruise operator Hurtigruten Norway has unveiled plans for the company’s first zero-emission ship.






Cruise operator Hurtigruten Norway has unveiled plans for the company’s first zero-emission ship.

First announced in March last year, the first-of-its-kind initiative will be the world’s most efficient cruise ship. Dubbed ‘Sea Zero’, the programme has entered a two-year phase in which proposed technologies will be tried, tested, and developed further in pursuit of a zero-emission ship.

Focused on sustainable operations tailored to Norway’s coast, Hurtigruten Norway plans for smaller, custom-built ships that leave a positive footprint with zero emissions to both sea and land.

“When we initially announced the ‘Sea Zero’ project over a year ago, we were faced with the challenge of not knowing which technologies would be available to us in 2030,” said Hedda Felin, CEO of Hurtigruten.

“Following a rigorous feasibility study, we have pinpointed the most promising technologies for our groundbreaking future cruise ships. We are committed to delivering a ship that surpasses all others in terms of energy efficiency and sustainability within just a few years.”

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Hurtigruten Norway unveils its first zero-emission cruise ship

Cruise operator Hurtigruten Norway has unveiled plans for the company’s first zero-emission ship.






Cruise operator Hurtigruten Norway has unveiled plans for the company’s first zero-emission ship.

First announced in March last year, the first-of-its-kind initiative will be the world’s most efficient cruise ship. Dubbed ‘Sea Zero’, the programme has entered a two-year phase in which proposed technologies will be tried, tested, and developed further in pursuit of a zero-emission ship.

Focused on sustainable operations tailored to Norway’s coast, Hurtigruten Norway plans for smaller, custom-built ships that leave a positive footprint with zero emissions to both sea and land.

“When we initially announced the ‘Sea Zero’ project over a year ago, we were faced with the challenge of not knowing which technologies would be available to us in 2030,” said Hedda Felin, CEO of Hurtigruten.

“Following a rigorous feasibility study, we have pinpointed the most promising technologies for our groundbreaking future cruise ships. We are committed to delivering a ship that surpasses all others in terms of energy efficiency and sustainability within just a few years.”

More here


 



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