With the second largest boating community in the UK on our doorstep, we lead by example. The methods and technology we have adopted are being showcased in one of the toughest navigational areas there is. If it works here, it will work anywhere.
As a multi-disciplinary organisation we are reviewing engineering, environmental impact, education, socio economics, transport and energy decisions on land and at sea. the Sail Electric campaign is developing next generation power for vessels large and small. We need to exploring new initiatives with a collaborative effort that lead to a future where we all can choose to have less impact on the environment, enhancing our own way of life, and protecting the natural world around us.
Community lead, with your feedback and ideas, our lifestyle choices will be the key to accelerating the transition to a greener world for everyone.
It is in everyone’s interest to protect the natural environment and ensure that growth is sustainable, in other words, making sure that meeting the needs of the present does not compromise the needs of future generations.
Sustainable practice collectively can have a huge positive impact in a very short period of time. As well as our carbon emissions, we have to consider the impact of our anchors, antifoul and waste, creating plastic-free initiatives, with pressure on our suppliers.