Unmanned Sailboat Traverses The North Atlantic

Sailboats have been traversing the Atlantic Ocean since before 1592, sailing through sunshine, wind, and rain. The one thing that they’ve all had in common has been a captain to pilot the shi… [Read More]

Summary… * Machine-Made


Sailboats have been traversing the Atlantic Ocean since before 1592, sailing through sunshine, wind, and rain.
A company called Offshore Sensing has sailed an unmanned vessel all the way from Canada to Ireland.
The ship, called the Sailbuoy, attempted the journey last year as well but only made it about halfway before the mission was abandoned.
This year, however, the voyage was finally completed, and this craft is officially the first unmanned ship to cross the Atlantic Ocean.
With a reliable craft like this, it becomes much easier, safer, and less expensive to explore the ocean’s surface.

Opinion… * Man-Made


A (tiny) #Autonomous and #Unmanned Sailboat makes it much easier, safer, and less expensive to explore the ocean’s surface. #Mankind #Trend

Source: Hackaday