Back for a second year, The Green Tech Boat Show will take place on 18 to 19 June at Queen Anne’s Battery, Plymouth.
At MDL, we're fully committed to a cleaner, greener future. Over the last few years, we've been truly delighted to watch the scales tip from the minority aiming to be environmentally responsible to the majority. We also know that boat owners want to see the revolution that's taking place in their work environments reflected in their leisure time.
But it's confusing. While more and more companies in the marine world are focused on bringing green technologies to the fore in practical ways to enhance sailing experiences, some consumers can struggle to unpick the sustainable options now available to them.
This is why we're putting together an event that presents the information in a practical way, showcased next to other green technologies. This will allow consumers to understand what the total offering could be, and how they can help the environment by investing in green technology today.
The show is specifically designed for boat owners wishing to make the switch to greener options, and prospective owners who’d like to start their boating journey in the most environmentally friendly way possible. You can also enjoy live music, trips around the harbour in an electrically powered ferry, and delicious food and beverage on-site.
Introduced by Melanie Symes, the Boating & Sustainability panel presented by ICOMIA looks at how the sector needs to adapt to sustainability. Each of the panellists discuss the current situation as regards to boating and sustainability; what we need to do and what we need to be aware of in terms of impact, risks and problems.
You will learn about how can we all make a difference as the panel discuss collaboration and community. You can watch the panel here.
On this podcast dedicated to The Green Tech Boat Show, Ceri Hurford-Jones talks to the organisers of this exciting show and to some of the exhibitors who will be attending, including Fischer Panda UK and The Bounty Project. First up is MD Mike Glanville and Marketing Director Tim Mayer from MDL Marinas, followed by Robert Tuck from Fischer Panda UK. The final guest is a man with a very strong nautical CV who has led some amazing crew on some incredible adventures; Conrad Humphreys from The Bounty Project.
For this podcast Ceri Hurford-Jones talks to some of the incredible eco businesses that will be attending and displaying at the event. Including Roger Eldergill from SA Green Fitness who tells us about turning our own exercise into useable power, Charlie Hall from Pixii Boats who’s mission is to produce 100% electric powered boats all built from recyclable materials, Jon Partridge from RS Electric Boats whose incredible RIBs incorporate some of the most advanced electric propulsion technology available. Plus we’ll meet up with Wayne Peters and George Symes-Davidson from North Devon Marine who talk about how they converted their own diesel powered boats to electric propulsion in their efforts to achieve net zero emissions.
The Green Tech Boat show took place in June 2021 at MDL’s Queen Anne’s Battery in Plymouth. The event saw over 30 exhibitors displaying some of the most innovative….and green tech, marine based hardware ever brought together in one place. For this special 'live' podcast Ceri Hurford-Jones met some of the incredible eco businesses that exhibited at the event along with some of the hundreds of visitors. We hope you enjoy this special episode