Tag Archives: marine

The little sub that could

I stumbled across this vlog post this week which talked about how back in 2006, during a wargame, a Swedish made diesel electric submarine of the Gotland class managed to “sink” a US aircraft carrier. Evading an entire carrier battle group … Continue reading

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Electric boats going mainstream

I did a review awhile back on various low carbon shipping options. Its interesting to note that the one option I didn’t consider was pure electric boats. This is largely because of the range issue. The idea of electric boats, … Continue reading

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Shipping and Carbon emissions

One of the problems with carbon emissions is that certain sources of said emissions are often invisible to us. There is as it were a herd of carbon elephants in the room which we tend to ignore because we can’t … Continue reading

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