Following the incredible success of The North Devon Marine Project this year, comes our next wave for change; our Sail Electric campaign – pioneering conservation technology.
Sail Electric has been specifically developed to provide boat owners, builders and operators with the means to truly sail sustainably into the future, wherever and whatever you sail.
With tried and tested technologies, our team brings together a combined expertise of decades of research and development in clean, sustainable energy. We are privileged to be able to offer you a complete turnkey service, supported by a world-class supply chain. We are, together, accelerating the roadmap to net zero maritime.
The NDMP Sail Electric campaign has a timely launch this week, coinciding with the METSTRADE expo in Amsterdam – the world’s largest trade exhibition of marine equipment, materials and systems.
Sail Electric is proud, excited and enthused to continue working alongside leading maritime developers, who share the same ethos as the project, with long-standing partners such as Victron Energy, Fischer Panda, and the parts and components suppliers we have relied on for quality and safety for many years. We are also forging new partnerships, such as that with OceanVolt, where we can cover our principal target; to decarbonise maritime, within our speciality of sailing vessels, at an accelerated rate.
Sailing greener on the blue to protect the lungs of our planet – the Ocean.
These are profound times of change for us all. What we do from now significantly impacts our future, with those ripples being felt around the globe.
If you want to know more about the tech we use and why, then keep an eye on our socials as we will be posting highlights and insights from us, our clients, and partners. We’ll be shining a spotlight on the kit we trust at sea and what that means for the future of maritime and ultimately, the health of our Ocean.
We can feel the tide turning. Give our sister socials at North Devon Marine Project a follow to ensure you don’t miss out on the positive impact that this green tech is having on our seas, as we sail together towards a greener future.