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  • SHIFTING THE WAY WE FEEL, THINK AND ACT WILL CHANGE THE WORLD

    North Devon Marine project friend – Emily Penn, created SHiFT to help people find their role in solving the world’s most pressing issues.The SHiFT Platform is built on the power of collaboration and celebrates a wide range of solutions from different organisations and businesses.  From simple consumer choices, to more complex industry actions, SHiFT enables…

  • Wave goodbye to LPG

    Part owner and skipper of Olaso Uno, Mark Bath, approached the North Devon Marine Project as he started to plan a conversion of his yacht to lithium, solar and electric cooking in order to remove the need for gas and keep up with the modern demands for power. Here, Mark details what it’s been like…

  • 1000 miles sailed on electric, 0 diesel!

    Introducing one of the North Devon Marine Project’s fully electric sailboats, SV Nazca. Our sailboat, SV Nazca is a 1984 Contessa 34 offshore one design, fully electric, and prepared for expedition sailing. As a one design she was originally produced as a racing yacht – a well proven, robust and seaworthy boat. Nazca is the…

  • Sail electric, live electric

    North Devon Marine Project crew member, George recently sailed the now all-electric Oyster yacht, Muhuhu, from Plymouth to Falmouth and the Isles of Scilly. Encountering everything from 35 knot winds and fog, to the standard British summer of rain interspersed with sunshine and hail. It was a good test for the tech! Muhuhu is now…