The transition of clipper ships is underway! Why is the clipper the ultimate ship design? Read more to find out…
John Nellis discusses nostalgia and the sea – how it represents the past, future and a fundamental part of human existence.
Steven explores the feasibility of exporting New Zealand fruit and vegetables using sail freight ships.
EcoClipper has been working on its four shipping lines with fixed geographical schedules, through which EcoClipper vessels will be able to operate transporting cargo and travelers.
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?
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.