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3 days ago

The Green Blue

#HappyFriday! This weekend how about listening to The Green Blue's Kate Fortnam as she catches up with @aabboating on their latest 'Boating Insights' podcast.

Listen for free hereūüéß : rya.org/Xtal50BUd0a
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4 days ago

The Green Blue

We welcome ePropulsion to our Green Blue Business Directory!

With no emissions and little noise when in use, electric propulsion systems can help us to minimise wildlife disturbance, green house gas emissions and the risk of any accidental fuel drips, spills or leaks.

Our online directory provides more environmentally sustainable products and services for the recreational boating community. Explore now ūüĎČ thegreenblue.org.uk/green-blue-business-directory/

British Marine Royal Yachting Association #marineindustry #sustainable #boating
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6 days ago

The Green Blue

Anchoring with care is vital to help protect our seabed habitats. One tactic is to avoid anchoring in protected habitats, such as seagrass.

For more tips on anchoring with care, including maps of protected seagrass and maerl beds, check out the advice page on The Green Blue website ūüĎČ thegreenblue.org.uk/you-your-boat/info-advice/wildlife-habitats/anchoring-with-care/

Royal Yachting Association , British Marine , LIFE Recreation Remedies
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2 weeks ago

The Green Blue

Let the Challenge Begin!‚õĶūüíöūüíôūüĆé Wishing the 30+ University Sailing Clubs taking part from across the UK every success in this year's sustainability challenge 2020-21.

University Sailing Clubs from across the UK will spend the next 5 months undertaking actions to make their sailing activities more sustainable to achieve either a Bronze, Silver or Gold Award. ūüŹÜ

Find out more here ūüĎČhttp://rya.org/jDhU50BN2na

We will be following their progress and sharing what they get up to, so keep an eye out for more posts coming soon!

#GreenBlueUniChallenge supported by British Universities Sailing Association Royal Yachting Association British Marine
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2 weeks ago

The Green Blue

We are looking forward to seeing all the sustainable boating top tips and providing prizes for the winning entries! ‚õĶÔłŹūüö§ūüõ• ūüíöūüíôūüĆéDon't forget to take part in our The Green Blue competition this week! We will miss seeing you at Scotland's Boat Show this weekend but hope you will join our online campaign instead.

We are asking you to do a shoreside litter collection where you enjoy getting on the water in your local area. You can do this as part of an organised litter survey by the likes of Keep Scotland Beautiful or simply share what you saw!
You or your family may have some top tips for making your boating more sustainable and we would love to hear your ideas. We have prizes on offer for a 12 and under category so hopefully you can get get involved this weekend.

Add your picture or video to the comments of our competition post on Facebook or you can email your entry to claire.caffrey@ryascotland.org.uk. Make sure you let us know in your comment or email if you are entering the U12 competition along with your name and age. You need to be aged 12 or under on Saturday 3rd October 2020 to enter the junior competition.

We have two adult and two U12 prizes up for grabs with the litter patrol entries going into a draw and the RYA Green Blue team choosing the winner of any sustainable boating tips entries!
Good luck, have fun and we look forward to hearing from you. Entries close on Saturday 10th October 2020 at 12 noon - get involved!
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