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International Windship Association | December 13, 2019

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Sustainable Shipping Projects

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd – IWSA Member

October 14, 2019 |

MOL participates in the “Wind Challenger Project” (launched in 2009), a joint industry-academia research project led by the University of Tokyo. The project focuses on using advanced sails to provide propulsion for merchant vessels. It aims to … Read More

Louis Dreyfus Armateurs – IWSA Member

July 4, 2019 |

LOUIS DREYFUS ARMATEURS Group is an innovative shipowner offering tailor-made maritime solutions with high added value activities and integrated services, ranging from ship design to maritime operations for industrial marine solutions as well as for transport … Read More

Go Sail Cargo – IWSA Associate Member

August 2, 2018 |

A 21st Century evolution of the cargo ketch. Nothing radical but a practical, efficient zero emission workhorse. 2 containers, 3 crew, 5 passengers.

Unashamedly designed to appeal to the accountants, the new clipper is set up … Read More

Micronesian Center for Sustainable Transport – IWSA Member

August 2, 2018 |

The Micronesian Center for Sustainable Transport (MCST) is an exciting initiative from the Republic of the Marshall Islands and the University of the South Pacific to achieve our transport emissions reduction targets set under the Paris … Read More

Schormanns Maritima – IWSA Associate Member

August 1, 2018 |

This sailing coaster or buoy tender/offshore supply vessel is in an advanced state of planning, with a 800GRT coaster as it’s base version, capable of delivering substantial fuel and emissions reductions.

Project Green Coastal Transport

Assembled … Read More

EcoClipper – IWSA Member

July 1, 2018 |

EcoClipper is a specialist shipping company, that focuses on developing and launching a line of emission-free, square-rigged, sailing cargo ships.

EcoClipper will be scaling up the successes that are achieved by the current sailing cargo ships. … Read More

SailCargo Inc. – IWSA Member

July 1, 2018 |

Our mission is to direct the global maritime shipping industry towards carbon neutrality.  We will build & operate a combustion-free cargo sailing vessel by synthesizing old-world  ship building techniques with avant-garde energy & propulsion design. Our ship, Ceiba, will … Read More

The Windship Project – Associate Member

June 20, 2018 |

Windship Project’s main aim is to raise awareness and willingness of shipowners and others to exploit a windship. A windship is a freighter under sail alone built to minimise emission. In shipping a total transition is necessary … Read More

Britannia Sailing Trust – IWSA Supporter

April 26, 2018 |

Britannia Sailing Trust’s objectives are to restore and preserve the 102 year old sailing ship, Britannia, and to ensure that she is maintained and kept sailing in the future.  During the rebuild we will be training volunteers … Read More

eConowind BV – IWSA Member

April 9, 2018 |

eConowind BV is a Dutch company, daughter of Conoship international in Groningen and HCP BV in Amerongen, fully dedicated in developing a wind-assisted propulsion unit: the eConowind-unit. This eConowind unit consists of 2 Ventifoils folding from a sea … Read More