Sailing isn’t for everyone, but here are three reasons why you should give it a go.
The compass is a remarkable instrument. Read about the history of the magnetic compass in this blog.
Sail cargo encourages the growth of small scale, local producers and suppliers, as opposed to large scale, multinational corporate systems.
Quality education and responsible consumption are integral to the Sustainable Development Goals, as they are to sail cargo.
Sea shanties and sea songs have recently attracted a lot of attention. But what is the history of these nautical tunes?
The second blog in a series exploring how sail cargo can contribute to the sustainable development goals.
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.
The New Economy is based on renewable energy. With it we are left with a highly localised and cooperatively organised society.
By redirecting our pollution from the atmosphere to the sea we are giving ourselves clearer air to breathe, but poisoning the life that makes that air breathable. We have already seen a rise in the acidification of the oceans, caused by the burden of our emissions.
De Tukker has settled in to her winter home in Den Helder, and her team of volunteers are working hard on the winter refit- doing essential steel work and installing new plumbing and electrics, repainting, and refitting floors. In the office, our first season of cargo sailing is being planned.
After seven months of refit at Talsma shipyard (NL) "de Tukker" has set sail again! She sailed from Harlingen to the Museum harbour Willemsoord, Den Helder (NL) at the 12th of November 2022. De Tukker will stay at the Museum Harbour Willemsoord until the entire refit...