Posts tagged sustainable cruising
A yacht made of window frames and number plates - a new cat for next generation

A new catamaran by Vaan Yachts in Holland is mostly made of recyclable materials and it is almost completely recyclable. The hull is made of more than 50% recycled aluminium like old window frames, traffic signs and license plates. Some parts contain even more than 75% reused materials and is built in partnership with Norwegian aluminium giant Hydro.

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Adams Boat Care Interview - On Refitting Yachts, Value and Sustainability

A refit might be the answer to that unquenchable thirst for a new boat. Adams Boat Care in Sweden specialises on refits and can do wonders with your old boat. It is sustainable yacht ownership and will increase value, comfort and safety.

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Sailing 2700 miles in the Baltic Sea in 25 days non-stop

We have previously covered Kari “Ruffe” Nurmi`s magnificent encounter with polar bears in Svalbard onboard his 30ft Bavaria. Now he has just finished what was to be his biggest challenge so far; sailing the distance of an Atlantic crossing in the Baltic Sea non-stop. We talked to “Ruffe” to hear first hand what the adventure was like.

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Why sailors should fall in love to save the worlds oceans! An interview with Fredrik Myhre of the WWF

Never before have so many cruising yachts made their way into the higher latitudes. With cruising in the high north comes great responsibility as our oceans are falling victim to climate change and pollution. There is a way out, and that is to fall in love as our interview with the WWF reveals. 

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