De Tukker, the first ship operated by sail cargo company Ecoclipper, has set sail. Leaving Amsterdam on 10 May carrying chocolate, five crew members and five trainees, De Tukker is headed for Porto where it is expected to arrive around 13 May and take on a cargo of...
This week, a group of cargo brokers and travel agents announced their cooperation in a new sail liner ferry service between Amsterdam and Porto, also calling at ports in the United Kingdom and France. This will be shipping company EcoClipper’s first sustainable...
Dutch Shipyard Talsma and EcoClipper have entered into a partnership. Together, they will work on the conversion of the sailing ship De Tukker into a sailing cargo and passenger vessel. Shipyard Talsma, based in Franeker, has extensive experience in shipbuilding and...
EcoClipper Coöperatie has purchased the Dutch Klipper De Tukker to establish sustainable shipping on the North Sea. It is the first vessel to join the EcoClipper fleet. The vessel will require a retrofit and will begin providing trade and passenger travel under sail...
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