In 1912, the world’s first ship with diesel engine, which could cross the sea, M / S Selandia, was built.
The brain behind it was Rudolf Diesel and Ivar Knudsen, who are the creators of the revolutionary diesel engine for ships. Together with H. N. Andersen, the founder of EAC, they built M / S Selandia and started a new era. The ship was priced all over the world and the three, but quickly gained great success. But in the years after the launch, Rudolf Diesel died mysteriously.
Drama documentary M / S Selandia is about a technological revolution packed in mystery.
Produced by Chroma Film