To build a transatlantic ferry that's cheap, clean, and quick, we'll need to, well, build a better boat.
In 1970, Bruce Kirby created the perfect single-person sailboat. What made the Laser so unbeatable?
Going old school with some new tools
The art of emergency engineering at sea
Raise the e-sail
Pleasure cruises can be valuable scientific expeditions.
Greenpeace's new ship, built to order, is ready to sail
It turns out the oldest seafaring ships ever found actually work
Nothing says green like throwing green at a problem
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