Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles this carbon neutral sailboat delivered Cacau to France all the way from the Dominican Republic. Brittany based chocolate and coffee manufacturer Grander Sale sent their own vessel, which functions almost completely on renewable energy on across Atlantic Voyage via New York in a bid to make the movement of their goods by sea pollution Free international shipping by sea transport emits around 940 million tons of CO two annually, accounting for about 2.2% of the world's greenhouse gas emissions. That's according to a 2014 study by the International Maritime Organization. Grander sales boat is more environmentally friendly than most cargo ships, featuring two hydro generators to wind power generators and three sets of solar panels. It's small. Diesel motor is only used for minor maneuvers at harbours. According to Jacques Borrow, the director general of Grand Sale, the mission was partly inspired by tool ships, a type of sailboats dating back to the 18th century myself at the U. C or, uh, the security for public only if you know you have one on capacity. Uh huh, the company around directly, uh, or the technology. What you say it's a bicycle. Questions next time photo model. The sailboat started its maiden voyage in November 2020 and docked in New York City in December. It then set off to the Dominican Republic, where staff collected 33 tons of cocoa beans before heading back to France, making a total round trip of three months. During the voyage, the crew enjoyed Britney's trademark Kreps, lying in the hammock and spotting the occasional dolphins swimming nearby. But it wasn't all plain sailing, said the boat's Captain Lewis Brand. That would not should you go to him now? You said the question and that was certainly tested. Someone said that we met. But what? The company aims to develop an inter Atlantic network of cocoa and coffee producers in the future with the implementation of more cargo sailboats. Uh uh, Initial European is what I confessed to the unique progressive, complete uh, Emma, you said to set flow to the Nigeria, huh?