Khufu boat transported in a metal cage equipped with Prihoda Fabric Ducting
Pharaohs commissioned solar boats to take them into the afterlife. The Khufu boat, the oldest and largest surviving one, was transported 7.5 kilometers (5 miles) to a new museum. The 42-meter-long (138-foot), 20-ton vessel made of cedarwood was brought to the soon-to-open Grand Egyptian Museum inside a metal cage on a remote-controlled vehicle imported from Belgium for the occasion. The metal cage was equipped with Prihoda Fabric Ducting to maintain a proper temperature conditions for the boat. Congratulations to Prihoda Comesa to be part of such prestigious project!