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ECOCLIPPER 500

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A TRADITIONALLY BUILT, GENERAL SAIL CARGO SHIP


The ship will be a steel replica of the Dutch clipper ship, Noach. Originally built in 1857 in Kinderdijk. Noach has been called the fastest Dutch sailing vessel ever! The EcoClipper prototype500 will be the first of a fleet of fast, traditionally built, emission-free cargo packet ships. A packet ship carries cargo and passengers on a regular schedule.

She will sail the deep sea routes: transatlantic, trans-pacific, across Asia (eastern route) and globally. She will have three square-rigged masts, with a total sail area of 976 m2. This state-of-the-art sailing vessel will be an exemplar of ultimate sustainability and seaworthiness.

Specifications


Type  Clippership
Length overal 59 m.
Width 9 m.
Draft 5 m.
Cargo capacity 500 tonnes
On board 36 trainees, 12 passengers, 12 crew

 

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Why Sails are Back in Vogue

As the world looks for sustainable methods of transportation, sails are an obvious choice to reduce emissions in the industry.

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The original drawings were skillfully converted into a modern design by the architects at Sailvolution. They carefully duplicated her long, curving bow section and large depth of hold for carrying capacity.

This depth of hold allows for a tween (middle) deck under the upper deck. This makes the ECOCLIPPER500 especially suitable for carrying combinations of cargo, passengers and trainees.

She will be built in steel with modern construction techniques. The passenger cabins and saloon aft will be furnished with the finest carpentry. The living quarters for the crew and trainees will be more functional, but also built to high standards using natural materials.

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The optimal combination of dimensions and capacity will enable for the clippers to moor, discharge and load in harbours with limited infrastructure. Thanks to the large crew, the yards, rigging, and capstan, the cargo can be worked independently in such ports.

The three masts and square rig, combined with a well-balanced underwater body, will give this prototype the maximum possible propulsion an emission-free ship can achieve. It guarantees maximal sustainability.

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Sailing Routes


The five Sailing routes EcoClipper is planning for the transport of goods and passengers are: The North sea line, the Trans-Atlantic line, The Trans-Pacific line, The Global line and The Eastern line. The first route to be established will be the North sea line.
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