Inmarsat-backed Row4Ocean’s brave record bid ends but inspirational message is received loud and clear

Supported by Inmarsat, Row4Ocean has been forced to abandon its ambitious attempt to break four ocean rowing world records, but delivery of the team’s inspirational message about the problem of plastic pollution in our oceans continues to gather momentum after a courageous battle in the Atlantic. The team of Patrick Bol, Lewis Knollman, Andrew Ruinoff…

Team Ocean Respect Racing Addresses Marine Debris Issue In Sydney Harbour

While preparing for the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, the all-female professional sailing team, Ocean Respect Racing, joined forces with Clean Up Australia, the iconic, not-for-profit Australian environmental organization, to raise awareness for how rubbish finds its way into the ocean, and encourage positive behavior change. On Tuesday, team members gathered on Whiting Beach in…

Torqeedo powers GoBoat London

This summer, explore London’s canal waterway with GoBoat London and Torqeedo, the market leader in the fast-growing marine electric propulsion industry. Moored at Paddington Basin, GoBoat London offers Londoners and tourists alike the opportunity to explore London in an exciting new way this summer, by chartering their own electric boat. Sustainability is a core principle…

Çeşme Marina introduces The Mussel Project to cut down on aquatic pollution

Announced at the Çeşme Marina Season Opening Party, Turkey’s Çeşme Marina is working in cooperation with the Akua Group and Dokuz Eylül University Institute of Marine Sciences and Technology Department of Marine Technology to help clean seawater through the use of mussels. Ceşme Marina are increasing the number of mussels living inside the marina’s waters…