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Press Release: Dutch start-up in wind-ship logistics raises €200,000

Press Release: Dutch start-up in wind-ship logistics raises €200,000

With an offer to investors that allows them to become part owners of a proposed fleet of sail cargo and passenger ships, the start-up sail cargo company EcoClipper has surpassed €200,000 in individual investment. This investment is in both the Ketch De Tukker, which is currently undergoing a refit, and in the further development of EcoClipper’s planned new build Clipper series, the EcoClipper500. 

New Dawn Traders: An Introduction

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...

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Press Release: Sustainable Shipping Company Launches 2022 Sailing Schedule

Press Release: Sustainable Shipping Company Launches 2022 Sailing Schedule

Alkmaar, The Netherlands. 05/05/2022. Dutch shipping company EcoClipper has announced this year’s sailing schedule of the newly purchased ship: De Tukker. De Tukker is the first in a fleet of low-impact sailing ships which will transport cargo and passengers using the wind as a main source of propulsion. The schedule focuses on the North Sea, the Channel and Bay of Biscay.

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Why does De Tukker have an engine?

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.

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Press Release: Sustainable Shipping Company Launches 2022 Sailing Schedule

Press Release: Sustainable Shipping Company Launches 2022 Sailing Schedule

Alkmaar, The Netherlands. 05/05/2022. Dutch shipping company EcoClipper has announced this year’s sailing schedule of the newly purchased ship: De Tukker. De Tukker is the first in a fleet of low-impact sailing ships which will transport cargo and passengers using the wind as a main source of propulsion. The schedule focuses on the North Sea, the Channel and Bay of Biscay.

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