Climate change crusader Greta Thunberg embarked on her much-anticipated maiden voyage aboard her brand-new super-yacht, the ‘Marie Antoinette-Zero.’ The eco-conscious vessel, which cost approximately 15 million euros and boasts luxurious amenities, will serve as Thunberg’s eco-friendly mode of transportation as she continues her mission to save the planet, one lavish voyage at a time.

The ‘Marie Antoinette-Zero,’ a name carefully selected to demonstrate Thunberg’s commitment to reducing carbon emissions, is a true marvel of modern engineering. Powered by a combination of wind turbines, solar panels, and the relentless guilt-tripping of the world’s elite, the yacht emits absolutely zero carbon emissions when it’s not docked at a five-star marina.

As Thunberg set sail from the exclusive Malibu Yacht Club, she couldn’t contain her excitement. “This yacht represents the pinnacle of environmental responsibility,” she declared, while sipping organic coconut water from a diamond-encrusted chalice. “We’re sending a clear message to the world that if you want to save the planet, you should definitely invest in a multi-million-dollar yacht.”

The ‘Marie Antoinette-Zero’ boasts opulent features such as a personal sushi chef, a climate-controlled wine cellar stocked with the finest organic wines, and a state-of-the-art spa with masseuses flown in from around the world using solar-powered private jets.

Critics have questioned the environmental impact of such an extravagant vessel, but Thunberg’s team was quick to defend her choice. “You see, this yacht is different,” explained her spokesperson. “It’s not about the size or luxury; it’s about the message it sends. And the message is, ‘Do as I say, not as I sail.'”

As Thunberg continues her journey aboard the ‘Marie Antoinette-Zero,’ the world watches in awe, hoping that one day, they too can make a difference in the fight against climate change by owning a yacht that costs more than a small island nation’s GDP. After all, as the saying goes, “When it comes to saving the environment, you can’t put a price tag on hypocrisy.”