Brodosplit has started the engineering phase of the passenger vessel “MV Narrative”, which claims to be the first residential ship powered by LNG.
The ship is purposely built for residential life at sea and is intended to be a floating community, as it will include a post office, school, library, hospital, bank, pools, office spaces and 20 dining and bar venues.
This vessel is equipped with various energy saving features, has dual fuel powered engines (fuel oil and LNG) and will be optimized to have the lowest possible emission of harmful particles and gasses
said Brodosplit President of the board, Tomislav Debeljak.
The ship will also include systems on board that would convert waste into energy and grow produce in the solar-powered hydroponic garden.
Brodosplit has also recently delivered the largest sailing ship with cross masts in the world, ‘Golden Horizon‘, while it is also completing polar expedition cruise vessels including the sistership of the first PC6 vessel ‘Hondius’.
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