Published on: 08 April 2021The Green Blue, the environmental awareness programme for British Marine and the Royal Yachting Association (RYA), will be exhibiting at the Green Tech Boat Show at Queen Anne’s Battery, Plymouth, between 19-20 June 2021.
Promoting sustainable boating practices, The Green Blue will welcome show visitors to its shore-based stand to share information, advice and resources to support the recreational boating sector in protecting inland and coastal environments.
The first boat show of its kind in the UK, the Green Tech Boat Show is designed to allow the marine industry to demonstrate how it’s contributing to combating climate change and highlighting products that sustainably meet the needs of the boating public.
The Campaign Manager for The Green Blue, Kate Fortnam, commented; “The Green Tech Boat Show is a positive example of the marine sector coming together to demonstrate and share innovative technological solutions to help protect the environment we all rely on, and The Green Blue is delighted to be a part of this.”
“This is an exciting time for environmental sustainability within the marine leisure sector, with boat users, clubs and businesses wanting to find ways to help minimise their impacts and safeguard the environment they rely on for their livelihoods, wellbeing and enjoyment.
“We also see the show as a great chance to network and learn more about new green technologies that our programme can raise awareness of amongst the wider boating community.”
Show organisers, MDL Marinas, says they are working closely with the local authorities in Plymouth to ensure that the event will be COVID-secure and in line with the appropriate government guidelines.
For further details about the show and who is exhibiting, please click here.