We are a company of sailors
This is EcoClipper
We are establishing a professional shipping company that offers emission free transport and travel, by making use of engine-less sailing ships.
The start-up crew combines top maritime expertise that is relevant to the sailing cargo industry, decades of experience in business development and sound management expertise.
Founder & Captain
We are creating a modern day logistics system, which takes the natural world into account and makes use of timeless traditions that have evolved over centuries.
Marijke de Jong
We believe in creating one multi-purpose design of a prototype ship, to be developed and tested in detail. Which then can be tweaked and adjusted to be fit for different markets and trading areas.
We firmly believe that we express our potential through our cooperation with others. Through our relationships we can influence the world, leading to solutions which are greater than those an individual may perceive.
wind powered sailing vessel.
We are connecting the world’s continents and local economies with a mode of transport that is ethical, sustainable and profitable.
I’m proud to be a part of the EcoClipper team from the start. Together we strive to become and stay the most sustainable transport company in all different aspects and operational processes of the organisation.
What we do
So why invest now? Capt. Jorne writes about it on our blog
We’re using first-hand experience in the sailing cargo and passenger business, to design the most practical prototype sailing cargo ships. While operating these ships, we will be constantly analysing their performance, to be able to come up with new and valuable innovations.
Learn more about the design of the ship.
To effectively operate cargo sailing ships, we will depend on the finest crews, which is why we place the greatest possible emphasis on selecting, training and retraining the best sailors.
Using a combination of in-house technical management and third-party managers, our engineering specialists ensure the good condition of the vessels and compliance with the international rules, while directing the progress of our fleet building program.
In a nutshell