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Since our inception, our efforts have focused on growing sustainably. This is why we have pioneered green initiatives in the international maritime sector. Today, we continue promoting opportunities that help to take care of oceans and the environment to sail together towards a better future. We share with you below some of our featured projects and our sustainable journey. Join us!
In 1974, we set sail for our first destination with the commitment to be eco-efficient.
We started with the aim of linking the islands through their nearest ports to reduce the impact on the sea.
In 1989, we increased our connections and fleet, maintaining our commitment to efficiency.
Since 1995, we have been conducting cetacean sightings on board for study and preservation purposes.
Thanks to them, we could activate new sustainability projects while making voyages shorter.
We switched to Marine Gas Oil (MGO), which is low in sulphur and has a smaller environmental footprint.
We redesigned part of our routes to reduce transit in areas inhabited by marine fauna.
We appointed more keepers to watch out for marine fauna and care for our unique biodiversity.
We coated our fleet with fluoropolymers, reducing water resistance and non-renewable resources consumption.
We partnered with Universities to promote environmental research and... we are still on! (CetaVist (ULL), CanBio (ULPGC), ...)
We launched the first trimaran in the Canary Islands, which brought a greener horizon to the islands.
We connected a ship to external electricity for the first time in a port. A big step for acoustics in cities.
Thanks to this, we managed to reduce 16 tons of CO2/year. Today, you only need your ID documents to travel.
We found it so easy to say goodbye to paper in boardings, that we applied it to the whole company, reducing 4 tons of CO2 and 50,000 l of water/year.
We devised the world's first dual engine Ropax Fast Ferry prototype, capable of sailing on Liquefied Natural Gas.
We did it by being certified by the Ministry for Ecological Transition, with the aim of measuring our footprint & to reduce it.
We turned to cutting-edge marine engineering to expand the fleet with more trimarans that are also more sustainable.
Together with Baleària, we opted for LNG fuel, achieving a -30% CO2 reduction on our route to Huelva.
We replaced them with biodegradable items, reducing up to 6.2 tons/year of plastic.
Together with ULL, we embarked on a project to protect marine fauna.
We further reduced voyage miles that went through Special Areas of Conservation (SAC).
Ensuring that we correctly prioritise environmental risks and opportunities.
A step taken across all our facilities in order to encourage and facilitate recycling for clients and employees.
We have added the latest generation trimarans to our fleet, with more fuel-efficient engines.
We are implementing new navigation systems, which provide real-time data on consumption and efficiency to the crew.
We are collaborating with local protection initiatives such as Fenix or the 'Viera y Clavijo' Canarian Botanical Garden.
We are launching internal awareness campaigns to promote safe environmental practices.
We continue to promote initiatives that help us grow in line with the Sustainable Development 2030 agenda
we are ISO 14001-certified (the international standard for environmental management systems, EMS) which certifies that we prioritise and manage environmental risks and opportunities correctly.
we replaced single-use plastics across our fleet with a lower impact alternative to improve the sustainability of our consumption and services.
we work to protect our marine fauna through early detection training for our crew, passenger awareness and technological development to improve their welfare, and more.
we register our carbon footprint to reduce its impact. In addition, we provide our freight clients with data on the CO2 generated by our services.