‘Truly the most amazing invention’: The Irish boat is the fastest and lightest on the seas, says inventor

The Irish company who developed the fj Cruiser has been awarded the Nobel Prize in Technology.

The boat has a top speed of 690 km/h and a range of 565 km.

It has been the world’s fastest and the lightest boat on the oceans.

The fj is designed to be used by anyone, even small children.

The inventor of the boat, Finn Sigurdsson, has been given the Nobel prize in technology.

The fjs fastest boat was designed by Dr Svante Olofsson. “

There is a tremendous opportunity to create a world-class technology.”

The fjs fastest boat was designed by Dr Svante Olofsson.

It is a 10-metre vessel that weighs over a tonne.

Its design is based on a boat from the 18th century, the fjs light boat.

Its range is between 650 and 600 km.

The Irish Daily Mail reported that the boat is so light that it is capable of flying from New York to New Jersey.

It can be launched from the water.

The device is being used in many countries including the US, Australia and Brazil.

Mr Olofson’s company, Skyship, which he started in 1958, built several prototypes for the fjp, including a one-person model.

The company has been used by many countries around the world, including the UK, Denmark and Finland.

The vessel has been in service since 1960.

The first prototypes were flown in 1961.

Mr Scholl said the fij can be used in any country, but it was only in Finland that it had the potential to reach the UK.

The British government is considering banning the fdj, which is a “militant group” in Ireland.

Mr Olafson said the decision had been taken in consultation with the UK Government, but that the government would take its time before deciding whether or not to ban the boat. “

We recognise the enormous support that the Irish people have for this important and important project and will be consulting closely with the Irish Government on the details.”

Mr Olafson said the decision had been taken in consultation with the UK Government, but that the government would take its time before deciding whether or not to ban the boat.

He added: “We will now have to work on what we can do next, to ensure the safety of our crew and our customers, and to ensure that it continues to operate on the Irish waters.”

A statement said: ‘We are pleased to welcome the Finnish Government to the honour of receiving the Nobel Memorial Prize in Literature in recognition of its contribution to innovation and to the development of the fji, its future as a global standard and the future of our country.’