|Basic form of the vessel:
the advantages of the shallow, triangular main
hull, carried above the waterline by three floats
that are able to pivot around both the A, B and C
and a, b and c axes, are demonstrated with
reference to a 72-foot
||The wind turbine is large
and tall, since the floats serve as a broad base,
securing the vessel against capsizing even in
storms. Under "Wind"
you will find out what is meant by a “leeward wind
turbine” as well as the benefits for storm safety
provided by backward-tilting rotor blades. The
amounts of energy expected to be generated are
also listed there.