The chocolate boat

  A French chocolatier George Larnicol created a 3.5 meters long chocolate boat that was displayed at Concarneau, the walled city in North-Western France. Mr. Larnicol's earlier attempt to sail a full size chocolate boat was a disaster because the boat crumbled into pieces. But Larnicol did not give up and created another chocolate boat that he named "Bateau Chocolat II". The chocolate boat is made of sugar and pure chocolate. It took Larnicol and his team more than one month and spent 400 hours  to complete the boat. The chocolate boat is fitted with an electric motor that gives the boat a maximum speed of 15kph.


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