The 3 things you need to know about food sovereignty – the history, food sovereignty vs food security and food sovereignty and sail cargo.
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...
As the world looks for sustainable methods of transportation, sails are an obvious choice to reduce emissions in the industry.
Aotearoa New Zealand became an exporting nation, transporting (semi-processed) goods such as wool, whales and seals, timber and flax across the ocean mainly to England. Since 1882 there were also refrigerated cargo ships, like the Dunedin, which managed to transport frozen meat across the globe.
Thousands of Pacific islands have been populated by Pacific peoples using boats and canoes to connect with other islands for centuries. Especially outrigger canoes
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.
The whole world is watching the COP26 event this year – including the shipping industry, sail cargo industry and EcoClipper.
Prior to COP26 and as travel slowly opens up it’s worth remembering alternatives which will reduce your carbon footprint where possible.
The transition of clipper ships is underway! Why is the clipper the ultimate ship design? Read more to find out…
If you want to play a part in the promising story of the sail cargo industry don’t be afraid to start… The sail cargo world is an extremely welcoming place.
According to the International Maritime Organisation, shipping is responsible for emitting more than 1.000 million tonnes of CO2 annually
The refit of De Tukker continues! Have a look at some excellent photos of the crew de-greasing the cargo hold.