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From among the more than 50 video interviews with the key players in the boating industry who were present at the entrance to the stands of Milano Yachting Week – The digital boat show, today we have chosen something particularly appetizing.

 

From the living words of the people who make these products you can understand how the revolutionary motorless generator, the green alternative to polluting fiberglass, came to be, how all boats can now produce fresh water.

But that’s not all, we will later understand by listening to the interviews, how synthetic teak is also environmentally friendly and the secrets of the Sealine and Fjord boats.

Enjoy your viewing!

The motorless generator. Vera Vaselli of Mobil Tech

Mobil Tech marketing director Vera Vaselli tells how they came up with the revolutionary Zeus200 power generator. You will want to listen to it to realize that this product changes the rules of the game in energy. There is no engine, there is no noise, it is small, it uses no fuel. We anticipate that NASA uses it for its satellites….

Goodbye polluting fiberglass. Andrea Paduano Northern Light Composites

How to solve the problem of problems in boating: boats are not recyclable because traditional fiberglass is an anti-ecological material.

Here is the solution. Technology development manager Andrea Paduano reveals how they managed to solve the problem by inventing a revolutionary new product. But that’s not all, he also reveals to us the two boats that are under construction. Revolutionary, of course.

Fresh water for all boats. Mario Alagna of Osmosea

The founder of Osmosea who reinvented the desalinator using the principle of reverse osmosis, which makes it possible to equip any boat, even small ones, to produce fresh water while not having a generator. There is a secret to achieving this result, Mario Alagna reveals to us.

Synthetic teak is “green.” Mirco Gazzato of Refit Style

What’s the deal with abandoning the old teak and using the synthetic solution for exterior boat covers? Mirco Gazzato, founder of Refit Style, explains why today it is worth switching to the “synthetic teak” solution that is practical, simple, and maintenance-free. It also reveals that it is also a “green” solution. Yes, you read that correctly.

The ideal boats for the Mediterranean. Andrea Trevisan of Bluservice Sealine and Fjord

Two special boats from famous shipyards are the ones being presented by Andrea Trevisan of Bluservice. With Sealine you are ready to go cruising with friends and family, and with Fjord you have the perfect boat for day trips, but not only… To LEARN MORE listen to the video interview now.

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