HydroFoil Sailing Ship

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33 times PROFIT on $54.M investment - 87.5% LTV Fed for Nat'l Security Interest
3+ times cargo capacity to dock at ALL ports or beaches
6 times faster, full gale storm capable Hydrofoil Sailing Ships at $10M/ship

For $10M/hull @1month/hull you get 10,000TONS cargo (500TEU) + 4,000TONS hull + 120cabins - 18ft hull borne draft DWT & foil borne by NASA verified hydrofoil shape at 5mph. Propelled by "Kite Sails" at 1,500 to 3,000ft elevation. Surface winds of 10-20mph suggests 50-70+mph winds @3,000ft (http://www.altaerosenergies.com ). Sea State 10 Beaufort 54-64mph surface winds in 29-41ft waves with 10-20ft keel clearance allows 60+++mph in stabilized platform able to land C-5a wing size aircraft similar to mid-air refueling. Turbines & jet pumps augment propulsion.

Compared to Maersk Triple E on 3,400mile @18,000 TEU @25mph @$1,720/TEU @3cranes dockside = 25trips/year 0.46MTEU/year $0.78B/year or $417/TEU (no expenses included) VS Gale Wind Ship, Inc Hydrofoil Sailing Ship @60mph @8internal cranes = 120trips/year 1.14MTEU/year $1.96B/year or $166/TEU into ALL PORTS AROUND THE WORLD including Omaha Beach with 1 Tank Battalion per ship retro-fitted with WWII 16" historic turrets with SCRAM enhanced GPS shells for 300+ mile 2,700 lbs ordnance delivery. Historic turret system is only 1,000 TONS out of 10,000 TONS of cargo capability.

A USN fleet that pays it's way carrying 10+% of the world's $130T/year trade during peace, US Navy & Coast Guard front line combat ship when called, reduces military overhead, allows more social minded programs & increase GNP.

Revitalization of the shipyards by Gale Wind Ship manufacturing Hydrofoil Sailing Ships that cross the Atlantic in 2 days vs 12 for oil fueled ships. This will create 10,000 direct and 40,000 indirect jobs/shipyard for several decades.

Sailing will remove foreign oil usage and reduce carbon footprint. "Bubble wrap" type closed air-cell metal hull with a density lighter than sea water will not sink even when broken apart on ocean surface, and this manufacturing process is overall less expensive and faster than current technologies.

Since a hydrofoil ship can move at 2 times the speed of the wind and the very light “bubble wrap” molded closed air cell hull construction reduces displacement and energy requirements; 60+mph speeds are reasonable.

Some feeder container ships generate 2MW (30%) of their power with proposed kite sail (“Ms Beluga SkySails”) http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/7205217.stm

Current USN aircraft carrier deck closed due to full gale weather. Damage to aircraft on deck shown
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3eTV4UqukhQ

Former USS Pegasus failure to handle open seas shown on flat water
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_cJKwJHR03U

Funding is sought to convert 2 dimensional commercial "Electroformed Stencil" mold/equipment/process to 3 dimensional "Hydrofoil Sailing Ship" mold/equipment/process. Initially, I need ~$3K for SolidWorks Premium Design software (current software is out of tech support contract), and 3 months later I will then need ~$10K for SolidWorks Simulation software (current software is out of tech support contract) to validate and refine the suggested design by simulating performance.
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