FAQ

Can it sail?

Yes, the module is designed and classified as a catamaran boat. If needed, the module can be mounted with an electric motor for self-propelling movement at low speed.

How big is the module

Our module sizes come in 3 standard dimensions:

20ft: 6L x 2.5W x 3.3H
30ft: 9L x 3.75W x 3.3H
40ft: 12L x 5W x 3.3H
+40ft: custom design

How is it transported?

The standard module sizes are designed and optimized for regular transportation on flatbed trucks.
Custom dimensioned modules will likely require special transportation.

What is it made from?

The module consists of 3 overall building elements:

– organic biocomposite from 30% flax linen and 70% basalt (catamaran hull structure)
– exterior and interior hardwood cladding (finishing elements)
– panoramic, high-performance windows (facade & rooflight)

How is it sustainable?

Firstly, the organic biocomposite has a considerably lower CO2 footprint than regular glass fiber (boats) and close to nothing compared to regular concrete (floating platforms); secondly, the material is reusable; and thirdly, the material’s high strength numbers and low weight makes it economic in use.

Is it electric powered?

Firstly, the organic biocomposite has a considerably lower CO2 footprint than regular glass fiber (boats) and close to nothing compared to regular concrete (floating platforms); secondly, the material is reusable; and thirdly, the material’s high strength numbers and low weight makes it economic in use.

Where can it be installed?

The modules are anchored by anchor or bulwark.
Through our partnership with ECOncrete we can provide reinforcing concrete solutions to anchor or bulwark upon
request; this naturally strengthens over time and increases marine life.

Is the module stable in water?

Extremely so.
The automatic ballast tank design ensures continuous stability of max. 0.2 degrees inclination in <1.5m waves.

However, the maximum effect of stability is secured only by a minimum of 2 adjourning module elements.