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De Tukker Update 11th July 2022

The refit of De Tukker continues! Have a look at some excellent photos of the crew de-greasing the cargo hold.

EcoClipper: A Journey into the Wind

The sail cargo and passenger industry has been growing as sustainable brokers and sail cargo companies have thrown their hats into the limitless wind, and in 2018 Jorne Langelaan started EcoClipper with a vision.

New Dawn Traders: An Introduction

No-compromise Brokering New Dawn Traders, headquartered in Argal Farm, Cornwall (UK) is a “Voyage COOP” broker bringing together a network of farmers and makers, sailors and Port Enterprises to deliver delicious goods to UK shores, as close to emission-free as...

Carvel Boatbuilding

Carvel boatbuilding is a method of constructing wooden boats by fixing planks to a frame, edge to edge and forming a smooth hull.

Why does De Tukker have an engine?

Read about the reasons De Tukker, EcoClipper’s latest vessel, has kept it’s engine and watch a discussion about engineless sailing.

Interview: Gerbrand Schutte – Previous Captain of De Tukker

Sailing ships have long lives. They pass to different people, different generations, all with refreshing ideas on how to continue the ship’s legacy. De Tukker, EcoClipper’s first retrofit vessel, is no exception. Built in 1912, the ship started as a cargo vessel and...

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