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In Build: Kingship 144 "Green Voyager"

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  1. Kingship commences work on 144' "Green Voyager"


    Work has recently started on a new project by Kingship Marine Ltd. The 144-foot "Green Voyager" started block assembly last month. She is being built from steel and aluminum and will play host to ten in five cabins.

    "The first steel block of the yacht commenced assembly in mid September 2010. Green Voyager is a low environmental impact 44m motor yacht using diesels, shaft generator/E-motors, diesel-electric and advanced power management and battery power systems for propulsion and hotel loads. Designed by Axis Group Yacht Design of Viareggio the yacht will achieve efficiency increases of 16% in propulsion and around 20% for hotel loads along with unprecedentedly low level of emissions using e.g. a Piranha zero discharge sewage system that exceeds MEPC 159(55) requirements. The yacht will exceed RINA Green Plus Platinum notation.

    As with all Kingship yachts, she will be built to full MCA compliance and - another Kingship first to RINA - rather than LR classification. RINA was chosen as they are well suited to the rapid development and unique nature of the Green Voyager concept. She will carry a RINA Eco-Passport in addition to Green Star Plus notation. Those will ensure that she can – unlike many others - visit the Special Sea Areas - some of the most sensitive areas on the planet -confident she leaves noting behind but her wake a takes way only the finest memories. A Seakeepers monitoring unit will be standard fit. Green Voyager; for the yachtsman who cares about the oceans they sail."

    For more information:

    Kingship Marine Ltd
    Suite 3112, 31/F, Tower 6
    The Gateway, Harbour City
    Hong Kong
    www.kingship.com

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