The Azimut Grande S10 – yacht makers are trying to come up with sustainable solutions for luxury travel. Photo: AuzimutThe Azimut Grande S10 – yacht makers are trying to come up with sustainable solutions for luxury travel. Photo: Auzimut
The Azimut Grande S10 – yacht makers are trying to come up with sustainable solutions for luxury travel. Photo: Auzimut

Will Greta Thunberg trade her sailing boat for a superyacht? A new trend for sustainable luxury vessels means that may happen sooner than you think

The world’s 300 biggest superyachts produce close to the same carbon footprint as the African nation of Burundi – but there may be one that even an environmentalist would find both appealing and sustainable

Topic |   Environment
The Azimut Grande S10 – yacht makers are trying to come up with sustainable solutions for luxury travel. Photo: AuzimutThe Azimut Grande S10 – yacht makers are trying to come up with sustainable solutions for luxury travel. Photo: Auzimut
The Azimut Grande S10 – yacht makers are trying to come up with sustainable solutions for luxury travel. Photo: Auzimut
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