Made from 67% recycled material, the 11.98-meter-long marvel represents a wonderful tech feat and signifies a huge leap toward sustainable transportation, the duo mentioned.
The achievement is a testament to the shared commitment to pioneering eco-conscious and engineering practices.
Previously, the record for the greatest 3D-printed boat was held by the 7.72-meter 3Dirigo, built by the University of Maine Advanced Structures and Composites Center.
The association between the two UAE firms has paved the way for a new era in maritime transportation, focusing increasingly on sustainability and inclusivity as the core principles. The milestone has been prompting the broader industry to opt for greener technologies, per the two parties.
In November last year, Abu Dhabi Maritime and Al Seer Marine reportedly signed a MoU for cooperation in maritime-specific developments and environmental protection.
The MoU covers the future-oriented innovative developments, including the launch of sustainable boats — equipped with eco-drive systems — for public transport and maritime surveillance and safeguarding.
Reference: Offshore Energy Biz
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