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Marine Ecology Luxury Yacht & Superyacht News

TYHA’s Gold Anchor Award Scheme recognised at the PSP Southampton Boat Show.

September 19, 2011

Written by Chelsea Smith

The Gold Anchor Award Scheme, brought to all boat owners by The Yacht Harbour Association (TYHA) has scooped the prestigious Practical Boat Owner (PBO) Green Initiative of the Year Award. The PBO award aims to recognise marine businesses and individuals who have taken steps to make the leisure boat industry more sustainable and environmentally friendly.... ... read full story

Lloyd’s Register Educational Trust-funded collegium provides innovative forum to find solutions for the carbon capture and storage industry

September 14, 2011

Written by Eva Belanyiova

University of Southampton-based initiative combined students, faculty and the private sector. A collegium funded by the Lloyd’s Register Educational Trust (The LRET) has produced four technical papers that the authors hope will spur discussion and further innovation as industry strives to find solutions to the challenges of carbon capture and storage (CCS). A group of... ... read full story

Sauter Carbon Offset Design lowers fuel consumption in superyacht by 50% without any extra costs

September 14, 2011

Written by Eva Belanyiova

Sauter Carbon Offset Design created a great 160 Emac Dynasty Aerodynamic superyacht with reduces fuel consumption by 50% at almost no extra costs involved. ... read full story

Abitare il Mare 2012: the conferences at Seatec-Compotec 2012

September 09, 2011

Written by Eva Belanyiova

Abitare il Mare, by Decio Carugati, promoted by CarraraFiere, is a design-related box of events; since 2006 the initiative is especially focused on the analysis of lifestyle trends and customs changes. ... read full story

New SNAME CD: Impact of EPA & IMO Regulations On The Shipping Industry available now

September 08, 2011

Written by Eva Belanyiova

The new CD, a collection of relevant technical papers, focuses on logical solutions to the strict emission control and environmental regulations of the (US) Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the International Maritime Organization (IMO). ... read full story

Sanctuary Cove Marina accredited Clean Marina Level 3

September 05, 2011

Written by Chelsea Smith

The Marina Sanctuary Cove has attained Clean Marina Level 3 status, an indication of its commitment to “rigorous environmental management systems”. Marina Operations Manager, Helen Motteram-Smith says the entire Sanctuary Cove community is proud of its most recent achievement, testament to their genuine dedication to “being a leader in environmental protection and reducing our carbon... ... read full story

IBEX present Green Marine Route

August 30, 2011

Written by Eva Belanyiova

The 2011 International Boatbuilders’ Exhibition and Conference (IBEX) is entering into cleaner waters with the introduction of the Green Marine Route, a new component of the show for  eco-friendly and environmentally sustainable boating innovation. “As the marine industry has seen an evolution to new, more efficient, and cleaner building processes, methods, and materials, we felt... ... read full story

West Marine 2011 ‘Green Product of the Year’ contest

August 18, 2011

Written by Chelsea Smith

West Marine, the nation’s largest specialty retailer of boating supplies and accessories, is proud to announce that it is accepting nominations for its third annual Green Product of the Year Award. This year the contest has been expanded to include all of the U.S, including the District of Columbia, as well as Puerto Rico and... ... read full story

DAME – Design Award METS 2011 Call for entries

August 10, 2011

Written by Chelsea Smith

The DAME (Design Award METS) – the world’s most prestigious design competition for new marine equipment and accessories is now open for entries. METS/SYP organiser, Amsterdam RAI invites this year’s exhibitors to enter their most innovative designs to be judged by an independent, international jury. Exhibitors wishing to submit products for the DAME 2011 should... ... read full story

Luxury Catamaran Necker Belle offers Whale Watching Charters

August 03, 2011

Written by Chelsea Smith

The luxury catamaran Necker Belle, which at 32m (105ft) in length is one of the world’s few very large luxury sailing catamarans available for charter, is offering the opportunity to swim with the whales. S/Y Necker Belle will be available for whale watching yacht charters in the Silver Bank, which is within a day’s cruising... ... read full story

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