With the dawning of a new conscience of care for the planet, people are seriously reconsidering the way they travel.
Sailing isn’t for everyone, but here are three reasons why you should give it a go.
Resolutions arent easy to keep! Here are some ideas to get you started for a green New Year.
What do you get with a virtual room of students combined with EcoClipper’s Chief Communications Officer and two EcoClipper Ambassadors? A brighter future.
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.
The report is published at a time when the Coronavirus pandemic and subsequent lockdowns have inadvertently reduced air pollution and seen people lower their consumption habits, both of which are important aspects to sail cargo and travel and are mentioned in the report.
Alkmaar, The Netherlands. 12th May 2020. EcoClipper, a sail cargo company based in the Netherlands, has released a market overview of sail cargo and sail travel. The report argues these sustainable alternatives have gained momentum over the last ten years,...
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…
The teaching goals of EcoClipper. Next to transporting cargo, we are also offering emission free travel and sail training. This to realise an alternative for flying and inspire and educate “green hands” for a career in sail.
According to the International Maritime Organisation, shipping is responsible for emitting more than 1.000 million tonnes of CO2 annually
The refit of De Tukker continues! Have a look at some excellent photos of the crew de-greasing the cargo hold.
Follow the journey of ships – from sail to steam!