Transportation by Ship continues to be increasing on a rapid level in spite of the evolution of Modern Day Aircrafts and Cars. Cargo Ships, Naval Ships, Passenger/Cruise Ship and Fishing Vessels are the commonly seen ships nowadays. The Power involved in the operation of a Ship is considerably high. The propellers require a source of input for operation. The primary constraints involved in the Ship are the Speed of the Ship and the Power Required for Propelling the Ship forward. A small study was carried out and it was found that the maximum speed in a modern day ship of above 10,000 Tonnes capacity is around 30 knots. An innovative idea for the movement of the Ship is discussed in the following book. The concept of Blade-Slider Mechanism and a Passageway along the Ships’ axis incorporating a Pump-Nozzle Arrangement is introduced and dealt in detail. Also, a floating test was carried out, in order to ensure that the Ship doesn’t sink due to the incorporation of the Passageway along the Axis. The Principle of operation behind these two modes of operation is explained and the Results obtained by incorporating these two new innovative methods are found out.