shipping and travel propelled

by the power of the wind


Tacking a brigantine

Tacking a brigantine

Tacking is turning the ship, from having the wind blowing from one side of the ship, to the other side, and doing this by bringing the bow through the wind…

Tacking a brigantine

Tacking is turning the ship, from having the wind blowing from one side of the ship, to the other side, and doing this by bringing the bow through the wind…

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About EcoClipper

Prototype

A design of an engineless sailing cargo ship influenced by the fast clippers.

Proof of Concept

The sailing cargo ship industry has been gaining momentum for the past ten years.

Invest

Take the opportunity to become partner in the intellectual property of this promising venture.

Market

The shipping market has an annual income of over half a trillion US Dollars. True sustainability is yet to be introduced.

Profit

The impact of EcoClipper will be substantial.Gaining environmental, social and financial profit. 

Routes

Starting in the Atlantic we will expand to the Pacific to finally connect all continents with a global shipping line.

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