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Sunreef Yachts Eco has recently joined a major Life Cycle Assessment project managed by the European Boating Industry. The initiative aims at developing professional tools enabling the accurate assessment of the environmental footprint of yachts. The project considers the environmental impact of a boat throughout its lifespan. This includes material extraction, construction, use, maintenance, and disposal. As a leader in sustainable yachting technologies Sunreef Yachts Eco actively participates in the work group, sharing the company’s unique point of view on responsible yachting.

“We are proud to contribute to the development of this important LCA tool for the boating industry. The yachting world needs a holistic approach to this matter, and we are happy to share our knowledge and expertise.”

Nicolas Lapp, Cofounder and CTO

Under the umbrella of European Boating Industry (EBI), key market players are jointly tackling the sustainability challenge and bringing the industry ahead of the curve. A group of leading recreational boat manufacturers and industry associations is coming together to develop the first-ever environmental footprint methodology for recreational boats under 24 meters. It will be backed up by a database and assessment tool to allow small and large manufacturers to access the green transition.

With extensive know-how in the domain of energy efficiency, sustainable boatbuilding, design and finish, Sunreef Yachts Eco embarks on this project intending to contribute to a positive change in the yachting world.

Sunreef Yachts CTO standing with crossed arms in front of a Sunreef Yachts 80 Sunreef Power Eco catamaran.
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