Author Archives: MaxSea

Proud Sponsors of Sailing for Change

We are proud to be an official partner for French round the world sailing project http://www.sailingforchange.com. Their goal is to sail the world, produce zero waste and also carry out scientific research. They consist of four young and self-proclaimed dynamic … Continue reading

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Green Shipping Cargo

There is a current trend taking place among cargo ships to reduce their carbon emissions. For the most part it is economically viable go look at green shipping practices which can be defined as anything that reduces the carbon footprint of … Continue reading

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The small Island Mamula, from concentration camp to luxury resort with yacht marina

It is hard to imagine that this small island in the Adriatic Sea could have been used as a concentration camp where over 2,300 people were imprisoned during World War 2 under the orders of Mussolini.

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Dutch startup’s ambitious idea close to reality

Final testing of the Ocean Cleanup is set to take place in the North Sea. You may have heard or watched the Ted talks in which Boyan Slat as a 17 year old talks ambitiously about how he is going … Continue reading

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Spindrift 2 falls short at final hurdle

Spindrift 2 have failed to beat the Jules Verne around the world record falling agonizingly short. A message posted on their Facebook page let their fans know that at the final furlong, the weather had not been kind. Banque Populaire … Continue reading

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Spindrift 2 take on the Jules Verne Trophy record

Spin Drift is the latest Jules Verne challenger. Equipped with a revamped Banque Populaire racing machine that set the world record with Loïck Peyron back in 2012, they set out to beat that challenge. This time they have had it … Continue reading

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Winter Solstice

Yesterday, the 22nd of December marked the winter solstice, the shortest day of the year as we like to call it. Obviously the shortness of this day is referring to the day with the least hours of sunlight. To be … Continue reading

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