Read how sailing cargo fits into the Sustainable Development Goals.
Recently, Jorne Langelaan took part in a webinar by KNVTS. There were some common questions which have been answered here for you to peruse!
The old way of sailing ironically has a huge technological advantage over its modern counterpart. It does not emit any harmful fumes and only uses natural elements for propulsion.
The Rise and Decline (and New Rise) of Clippers. – Clippers were used to transport cargo that was especially valuable and perishable, such as tea and silk, or for other reasons required fast transportation, such as human passengers during the gold rush.
We at EcoClipper officially received the half-hull model of the EcoClipper 500 prototype. Our half hull model was crafted by ship carpenter Leo Boogerd, in cooperation with Bert van Baar of the Bootbouw school and Marijke de Jong, a specialist in square-rigging and yacht design.
Connecting with the companies which are interested to have their goods transported sustainably. Today: Hennes Finest.
In an age of bigger cars, bigger planes, bigger ships, why would anyone consider the thought of shipping cargo on a smaller, slower, sail powered vessel?
Waarom zou iemand in een tijd van steeds grotere auto’s, grotere vliegtuigen en grotere schepen overwegen om vracht te vervoeren met een kleiner en trager zeilschip?
The technology is there, the projects are there, the people are excited, the wind blows but somehow developments take forever.
Advertising for the operation of clipper ships, fastest vessels operating in maritime trade, took the form of unique clipper ship cards.
The Sustainable Development Goals 3,6 and 14 will be looked at, and the differences between conventional shipping and sail cargo in these areas.
This year sees the 26th Climate Change Conference. In preparation for it, this blog looks into COP25 and what we can learn from it.