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That was 6-year-old Tasman Selfe's question when he sat wide-eyed in the skipper's seat of the world-record breaking boat Earthrace in Oamaru yesterday.
Docked alongside Holmes Wharf in Oamaru harbour, the boat attracted a steady stream of fascinated visitors while skipper Pete Bethune spoke at some schools.
Motor-body builder Errol Tempero described the boat as "marvellous" and said it looked like something from a Jules Verne novel.
In June last year, the vessel set a world record time for a powerboat to circle the globe, using 100% renewable biodiesel fuel and having a net zero carbon footprint.
The 24,000 nautical mile voyage and took 60 days, 23 hours and 49 minutes. It beat the previous record by more than two weeks.
• Earthrace will be open to the public in Dunedin from today until Sunday, between 10am and 6pm, at the Cross Wharf upper marina.