5.5 metres long, 2 metres high and 45 cm thick with pieces of steel integrated here and there. Plus, I learned that concrete continues to harden as it ages, and this wall had been in the ship for quite some time.
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.
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.
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.
Read how sailing cargo fits into the Sustainable Development Goals.
Recently, Jorne Langelaan took part in a webinar by KNVTS. There were some common questions which have been answered here for you to peruse!
The old way of sailing ironically has a huge technological advantage over its modern counterpart. It does not emit any harmful fumes and only uses natural elements for propulsion.
Today the sailing freighter “De Tukker” returned from her maiden voyage.This journey started a few weeks ago in Amsterdam and took her through various European ports to Portugal and back to the Netherlands. Along the way, a mixed load was transported in a sustainable manner. The ship is propelled by sails and can therefore sail emission-free, even over long distances.
So much has happened with our vessel De Tukker, that it feels like you’ve been kept totally in the dark about her adventures. This email breaks the radio silence.
Sail aboard De Tukker from Noirmoutier to Torquay. Immerse in maritime history, transport goods sustainably. Unforgettable voyage on the high seas.