Animals known as sailfish, or Velella Velella in the scientific name, have covered the beaches of the west coast of the United States with a blue carpet. These curious jellyfish drift on the surface of the ocean, catching the wind with a triangular outgrowth of a sailboat. However, in years when the winds change their usual direction, they are blown to land. A mass stranding of sailfish occurs every three to six years.
Silent Yachts will build an eco-hotel in the Bahamas
The role of bungalows will be played by catamarans from the shipyard
The future of yachting: hydrogen-powered boats
Getting to know the concepts and current prototypes
Environmental disaster in Kamchatka: who and what poisoned the Pacific Ocean?
Marine animals are dying en masse in Kamchatka, the causes and culprits are still anyone's guess
Kamchatka surfers reported pollution in the Pacific Ocean
Water in the Khalaktyrsky beach area causes nausea and eye-bleed
Spain has banned yachts from going out to sea after an orca attack.
Yachts under 15 meters in length are recommended to avoid the area off Galicia.
Credit Suisse and the Yacht Club of Monaco offered to evaluate the sustainability of their yachts.
The Superyacht Eco Association Index will reflect the carbon footprint of boats
The first serial hydrogen-powered yacht will be presented in Cannes...
The project was jointly developed by Energy Observer and Hynova Yachts.