The 49-footer can generate 3.5 kW of clean, green energy when sailing at speeds greater than 8 knots.
The USS Destroyer, nicknamed “Sammy B,” sank during a battle in the Philippine Sea in ’44.
The 88-footer will now begin her maiden cruise in the Mediterranean.
The 76-footer was named “Lemanjá” after the Candomblé goddess of the sea.
The setup allows the yacht to cruise emissions-free for up to 16 hours.
The 134,000-ton ship did have some human help along the way.
The pristine vessel was recently treated to a multimillion-dollar refit, and is now listed for $5.6 million.
From Zeiss binoculars to Jimmy Choo sandals, here are a dozen items that will turn the summer adventure into a trip to fantasy island.
It’s like an elegant Transformer for the seas.