The congress ‘Space & Underwater Tourism Universal Summit’ (SUTUS), to be held at the Les Roches hotel management school marbella from 28 to 30 Septemberwill host the presentation of a futuristic superyacht whose main objective is to combat climate change by combining science, technology, adventure and education, As reported by the organization this Friday.

Specifically, the project is called ‘Earth 300’ and will be announced in the third edition of this international congress of space and underwater tourism.

As detailed by the organization, ‘Earth 300’ is “a global environmental and scientific project materialized in a futuristic superyacht what does it have like main objective to combat climate change combining science, technology, adventure and education.

Thus, he recalled that last year, ‘Earth 300’ announced at SUTUS a next generation technology platform to revolutionize ocean and planetary science using robotics, artificial intelligence and quantum computing with the aim of “navigating the planet on a mission to help end the climate crisis.”

“More than a ship, ‘Earth 300’ is an idea whose goal is wake up societyan idea whose time has come”, they have pointed out from the organization, highlighting that this year “its founder, Aaron Oliverawill present this project and update its novelties at SUTUS 2022”.

Olivera has stated that the boat has been developed “to become a universal symbol of sustainability”, for which it has “futuristic design, emission-free technology and state-of-the-art research facilitiesincluding 22 laboratories housed in a 13-story-high glass science sphere.”

Regarding the dimensions, the founder of the project has indicated that “It is 300 meters long, 46 wide and 60 high. and can accommodate a community of 425 people, including leading scientists, captains of industry, global humanitarians, environmental activists, students and crew members.”

Gibraltarian businessman Aaron Olivera is the visible head of this gigantic project, who has confessed that the intention of ‘Earth 300’ is clear and evident: “Instead of looking towards the sky, we intend to focus on our planet. We only have one home, we believe it is mandatory to ensure that our planet’s environmental problems are resolved so that we can leave a safe earth for future generations.”

Olivera intends this superyacht to be an inspiration for “create an era of ecological awakening focusing on planetary conservation by offering inspiration.

Olivera is member of Monaco Private Label, by invitation only and chaired by Prince Albert II of Monaco, and The Explorers Club (NYC). He is also a British citizen of Gibraltar; with a BA in Psychology from the University of Greenwich (UK) and an MA in Organizational Psychology from the University of Nottingham (UK).

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