Sustainable Boating for Cleaner, Healthier Inland and Coastal Waters
As a boating community we have an important role in helping to protect and safeguard the waters, wildlife and habitats with which we rely on for our enjoyment, wellbeing and livelihoods.
To inspire sustainable recreational boating for cleaner, healthier waters by:
– Raising awareness of key environmental issues and sustainable boating best practice
– Providing tailored information, guidance and an array of resources
– Delivering environmental talks, webinars, educational activities and RYA instructor training
– Promoting more environmentally sustainable products and services
– Working closely government bodies and agencies
– Developing partnerships and projects with other organisations, trusts, charities, businesses
The Green Blue is supported and funded by:
The Royal Yachting Association is the national governing body for all forms of recreational and competitive boating. It represents dinghy and yacht racing, motor and sail cruising, RIBs and powerboats, windsurfing, inland cruising and personal watercraft. The RYA represents the rights of its 110,000 personal members as well as the interests of a further 350,000 boat owners who are members of RYA affiliated clubs and class associations. In 2005 the Royal Yachting Association and British Marine initiated and launched The Green Blue as a joint project to recognise the growing importance of sustainable boating and to build on its existing environmental work.
British Marine is the trade association for the recreational marine industry representing the interests of boat builders, marine equipment manufacturers, marina operators, hire and charter companies and chandleries. Membership runs to over 1,500 companies throughout the UK, in both inland and coastal locations, and British Marine represents the interests of member companies to both National Government and in Europe. In 2005 British Marine and the Royal Yachting Association initiated and launched The Green Blue.
A word from our ambassador
Mike Golding OBE
The Green Blue is funded by:
The Royal Yachting Association and British Marine.
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