In Part 2 of the series, Jorne Langelaan introduces other sail cargo companies looking for investors and why now is the time to get involved.
Why invest in green shipping? Read about the current affairs in the global economy – forming the basis of the demand for green shipping.
Energy systems and modelling of the EcoClipper500 are underway, as the team continue to explore ways to reduce emissions for shipping.
Scheepswerf Talsma en EcoClipper gaan een samenwerking aan om: De Tukker, een zeilschip dat wordt omgebouwd voor zeilende vracht en passagiersvaart, in de vaart te brengen.
After launching an investment round, EcoClipper has reached the first target. Read more about the next steps.
EcoClipper announced the launch of the EcoClipper Cooperative. Read more to find out about the signing and what this means for the company.
Customers, capital and employees will work together in a cooperative, for sailing logistics of the future.
What was the clipper ship designed for? Speed. Read through the exciting Tea Race of 1866 and why clipper ships were perfect for the task.
This year sees the 26th Climate Change Conference. In preparation for it, this blog looks into COP25 and what we can learn from it.
If you want to play a part in the promising story of the sail cargo industry don’t be afraid to start… The sail cargo world is an extremely welcoming place.
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.