A campsite spends lots of water every year, plus its clients have unlimited access to it. So is there a solution that can drastically lower such a high expense as water while being sustainable?
Rain, sun, cold or rough seas. Those of us who like sailing love it any way, any time of year. But why do we love sailing so much?
The NGO Proactiva Open Arms already has drinking water on board and is thanks to the Water-Pro Compact S-90 watermaker from Eco-Sistems. Keep reading, we’ll tell you all the details.
In recent years, watermakers have become an essential part of most boats. All watermakers require basic maintenance, but what is the key for good maintenance?
Ports, like campgrounds and hotels, are facilities that use massive amounts of water. Being surrounded by water doesn’t mean they use it wisely and much less that they make the most of it. Environmental conservation is one of the biggest issues facing society today. Natural resources are becoming increasingly scarce and it is important to learn to conserve them, both in quality and quantity, and to use them wisely.
2017 has started off with a bang at sea. This new year has brought with it endless trends we expect to see popping up over the coming months and hope to be able to try out on some of our maritime adventures. There’s something for everyone among the nautical trends of 2017. Pleasure-craft skippers will have loads of choices. From sailboats to superyachts, any news in our sector is more than welcome!
When planning a holiday, one of the most important things you have to decide is where to go and how to get there. Some people hop in the car; some take a plane or train. Others, the fortunate few, go by boat. Not just any boat, their own.
Just over a month ago, English swimmer Ben Hooper took to the sea aiming to achieve his goal, for himself and for charity, of swimming across the Atlantic. After 33 days at sea and only 140 kilometres into the challenge, Ben and his Swim The Big Blue team have decided to bring this adventure to an end.
Embarking on a journey to swim across the Atlantic Ocean, like Ben Hooper has done with his Swim the Big Blue challenge, or sailing around the world like Dídac Costa in the Vendée Globe regatta takes something essential. In addition to courage, to cross the Atlantic you need water. And not saltwater.