This Hydrogen-Powered Catamaran Concept Could Make Zero-Emission Travel A Possibility

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With the passage of time, people have become more inclined towards traveling and exploring what is in the world. One of the major advantages of globalization is that it has transformed the world into one major global village that transcends all boundaries. Things and places have become more accessible which has fueled the tourism industry to grow at an exponential rate.

Along with a focus on tourism, people are now making sustainable choices when they travel as well. As a result, the tourism industry is incorporating green operations in the sector. Recently, a Spanish design studio, Ruma Design, has introduced a futuristic hydrogen-powered electric catamaran concept. This is named Migma. It has a minimal outlook with amazing features.

Migma Catamaran

The studio takes pride in describing the exquisiteness of this marvel by declaring it “an evocation to the life of the sea through structural bionic elements where the rationality of the technique is mixed with the fluidity of nature.” This vehicle is fueled by liquid hydrogen, lithium-ion batteries, PEM fuel cells, and two electric motors. None of these means of power produce any emissions that can be harmful to the environment.

Along with zero emissions, the design also gives a seamless ride without any vibrations, noise pollution, or fumes. This adds to an elite experience that makes nature more available for enjoyment. The vehicle can be used for both personal and professional necessities. It has space to even add more cabins, given the scale of the hosted event.

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An electro-chromatic smart glass is fitted in the front to give a wholesome experience. Along with that, every room has 360-degree panoramic views so even if a person is staying indoors, the view is not missed out on. For privacy, these glasses can be converted into tinted ones. Another vehicle of this kind is manufactured by Lazzarini Design Studio, the Pagurus. These are the future of elite sea travel.

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