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The Oceanbird: Swedish firm develops largest wind-driven cargo shop

The Oceanbird will be 200 metres long with capacity to carry 7,000 cars. Image: Oceanbird/Wallenius Marine

Alister Doyle

Writer, Reuters

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A view of a 7-metre-long model of the planned Oceanbird wind-powered carbon ship.
The full sized ship will be around 200 metres long Image: Oceanbird/Wallenius Marine
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