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Sustainable travel

Tukker ship

Sail Along

Set sail & discover new horizons…

If you are looking to reduce your carbon footprint, have an experience like no other and travel from A to B sustainably, then book a trip with EcoClipper! De Tukker (EcoClipper’s first ship) is operating on the North Sea, Channel and down to Porto, Portugal. You can take part in the sailing of the ship, all the while knowing that below your feet in the hold are wonderful products being transported! Be part of the change.

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    “Nowadays, many people don‘t want to fly anymore or want to fly less, but still want to travel. And what a wonderful way of travelling it is to use a sailing ship!.”

    Jorne Langelaan, Captain and CEO

    “Stepping on board as a trainee on a sailing cargo vessel has been the best and most healthy way I ever traveled. It changed my life..”

    Elise, Trainee sailing cargo vessel

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    Interview: Gerbrand Schutte – Previous Captain of De Tukker

    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...

    The Art of Travel

    The Art of Travel

    With the dawning of a new conscience of care for the planet, people are seriously reconsidering the way they travel.

    North Sea Trade History

    North Sea Trade History

    The North Sea has an interesting history of trade. Read more about it’s development over time and the potential of sail cargo on this route.

    Interview: Gerbrand Schutte – Previous Captain of De Tukker

    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...

    The Art of Travel

    The Art of Travel

    With the dawning of a new conscience of care for the planet, people are seriously reconsidering the way they travel.

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