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Quick tips for implementing sustainable operations on board

10 June 2021

In celebration of the BOAT International Ocean Talks event, brokerage firm Fraser has offered up some special hints and tips for the yachting community on how to easily reduce the environmental impact of yacht operation.

Fraser has set up a dedicated Green Team to spearhead the company's commitment for a more sustainable approach to the business of yachting. Members of this team, along with superyacht owners, crew and captains, have put together some of their most useful tips to help others implement more sustainable activities on board.

To discover a few of these tips from Fraser, watch the video series below.

How to easily eliminate the use of plastic bottles on board

Ian Worboys, owner of Robbie Bobby

Alternative ways to protect a superyacht's hull

Brain O'Sullivan, owner of Komokwa

Sourcing marine-friendly cleaning and cosmetic products

Dana Maitland, Events Marketing Strategist for Fraser

Collecting data for scientific research whilst sailing

Geraldine Bessone, Chief Stewardess on board L'Albatros

Following or implementing an environmental management plan

Romain Guilbaud, Technical Manager for Fraser

The best ways to save energy on board

Matteo Testa, Technical Superintendant for Fraser

Insight into carbon offsetting fuel consumption

Alexia Eude, Charter Manager for Fraser

Advice on communicating onboard initiatives to create awareness 

Mark Duncan, Director of Marketing and Business Development for Fraser

To find out more about the eco-responsible initiatives Fraser has been taking in-house and within the industry with their FUTURE program visit the Fraser website here.

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