Steve in 'creating mode'
The G-'Mini' - 41 meter solid-sail motorsailer
This little beauty is yet another of the team's innovations in 2023, providing all the technological capability of her big sisters, in a powerful small (41m) package.
If you would like to consider commissioning us to further this design for you, designed specifically around your needs, please contact us for confidential discussion.
We do however need a name for her, please suggest something if you can think of something fitting.
On the drawing board - Jan '23
There will be numerous new innovations on our design radar again this year, please visit us here regularly or follow us on our social media pages to stay up to date.
Our current focus is the advancement of the Goliath 'G-Series; with a focus on humanitarian and 'disruptive' vessels that are sail driven or driven by renewable energy propulsion vessels.
This initiative was started in 2022 with the G-Global. the world's most advancement shipping container transporter and now, we are pleased to announce the development of G-Quest. The G-Quest will be a world leading ocean and propulsion research vessel as well as being a floating medical research and hospital facility.
If you have a project in mind and would like it designed specifically around your needs, please contact us for confidential discussion.
G-Quest : 209m, 10 Decks
On the drawing board in July 2022 - Trident's little brother - Trident MII, with all of his big sister's tech and capabilities but 'pocket' size (52m / 170 feet ), and with some, as to be expected Steve Kozllof innovation, for example an outdoor/indoor/underwater swimming pool, 'swim with the Dolphins or the Narwhals', or even the sharks...
On the drawing board in may 2022 - Something 'trinormous'!
LAUNCHED! - G-GLOBAL ON OUR FLEET PAGE
On the drawing board in March 2022 - another Steve Kozloff world first, this time for wind assisted commercial shipping :-
A unique wind assisted shipping container vessel with some very, very unique capabilities making her one of the worlds most cost effective and carbon efficient ways of delivering containers to ports with or without formal ports and even to islands with no port facilities.