Mexico has large international ports and a rich sailing history – is there a place for sustainable shipping?
Whether you’ve always longed to run away to sea, are in need of an exciting career change or just fancy a fun weekend messing about on boats, it can be hard to know where to start.
Recently, Jorne Langelaan took part in a webinar by KNVTS. There were some common questions which have been answered here for you to peruse!
Resolutions arent easy to keep! Here are some ideas to get you started for a green New Year.
How are the holidays celebrated on board a ship in the middle of the ocean? What if you miss your friends, family and normal traditions…
Analysing three ways to transition from the Old Economy to the New Economy, for our planet and our future.
The New Economy is based on renewable energy. With it we are left with a highly localised and cooperatively organised society.
The first of a three-part blog series that defines the Old Economy, gives solutions to transition to the New Economy and how sailing is involved.
Meet Ynke, a maritime lawyer who is interested in helping EcoClipper and sustainable shipping practices.
Can sail power move all our cargo? Here are the five main points important for the sailing cargo industry and EcoClipper.
The Half Block model is the start point for a master shipwright. The use of this traditional method comes from an interesting story.
Meet the new EcoClipper interns! Read about their experiences, roles and ideas on the future of EcoClipper!