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As you might imagine, there is a fine line between what officially passes the tests and a product that really is 100% biodegradable.
Going eco is a team effort. Nicola Jones from M/Y Jubilee tells us about her determination to be part of the change.
Experienced yacht chef/chief stewardess and eco-warrior, Daphne Bakker, shares her approach to making yachts green and clean.
Sarah MacKenzie, chief stewardess on M/Y Blue Vision tells EYS about her steps towards being kinder to the environment.
We asked Giverny Elliott of M/Y AWOL about what convinced her to make the move towards eco-friendly products.
When we do laundry, clothes shed tiny, unseen microfibers that enter our waterways and find their way into the oceans.
Whilst sailing this weekend, you’ll never guess what we caught?…old cigarette butts, old sanitary pad, polystyrene & bubble wrap…
Environmental Yacht Services joined up with the Royal Antibes Hotel and Bluewater Yachting for a World Oceans Day beach clean event.
Products used when cleaning can irritate sensitive skin. Protect yourself by using the right products and gloves (PPE).
conventional products we use to get our clothes clean are petroleum-based and can contain a whole slew of potentially toxic chemicals
If your tap water is drinkable, then drink it. If not, external filters can be fitted under sinks in the crew mess.
Posidonia is key to preserving the Mediterranean’s ecosystem, and regulating CO2 absorption in the sea and atmosphere. Watch where you drop anchor
If you changed your laundry and dishwasher detergents you can lower your damage to our oceans and marine life by up to 60%.
Be kind to the ocean and nice to your engineer. Common supermarket toilet cleaners can harm the onboard waste system