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C'mon, WE CAN PROTECT OUR SURROUNDINGS AT SEA AND ON LAND, IF WE JOIN!

Come on, if we join hands, we can protect our environment at sea or on land!

Environmental pollution and the degradation of our environment is one of the main challenges that our society will increasingly face in the coming years.

So, what are the measures you can take on your boat to address the environmental challenges of our planet?

We can be a part of this vital struggle if we learn the steps you can take on board and at sea to prevent pollution, respect plant and animal life, sustainable fishing and proper seafood consumption.

We recommend that you adopt these 13 easy-to-remember and easy-to-follow tips for limiting your environmental impact on your boat:

Waste and pollutants can have harmful effects on the life or development of many species, including humans, both at sea and on land.

1-      GET FUEL IN THE EARLY MORNING.

Fuel is cold in the morning and therefore has a low density. However, if you fill the fuel more slowly, you will minimize evaporation.

2-      FUEL FILLING AND LEAKING TO THE SEA

Overflows occur frequently during refueling. In order to prevent this accidental and unnecessary pollution, let's take precautions such as slow filling, not filling the tank completely, and keeping biological cleaning tools and equipment with you when filling.

3-      IF THE FUEL TRUCK DOESN'T GET FUEL BEFORE FILLING THE FUEL STATION.

As fuel stations are filled by fuel trucks, residual deposits that can pollute our seas can be mobilized. To prevent these residues from filling your fuel tank, wait a few hours before refueling.

4-      YOUR MARINA FACILITIES AND YOUR BIOLOGICAL SOLUTION.

Use the facilities (WC, shower, dishwasher and washing machine) and biodegradable products in the marinas.

5-      DO NOT DISCHARGE YOUR BIG AT SEA.

There are more and more mobile boats collecting waste water tank waste at marina stations and bays where you can discharge your boat's waste water tanks. Take care for minimum waste to the sea, use these stations.

6-    REMEMBER THE THREE 'R' RULES: REDUCE, REUSE, RECYCLE

(REDUCE, REUSE, CONVERT)

Domestic waste, and especially plastic packaging, greatly contributes to the problem of water pollution and poses a threat to the life of aquatic animals.

Avoid plastic packaging whenever possible, buy open or wholesale products; give preference to recyclable and reusable materials (glass, tin); Eliminate disposable containers completely. Take care to use your own carrying bags for your boat shopping.

Make a certain recycling / waste separation and also prevent the litter from flying from the boat to the sea by the wind.

When you return to the port, dispose of classified waste and recycling in appropriate containers in accordance with local recycling rules.

7-      OIL-BASED SUN LOTION AND WARM INSTEAD OF WASHING WATER.

Oil-based sunscreens form a layer on the sea surface and reduce photosynthesis, which is indispensable for life. To avoid this, opt for water-soluble protective lotions and skin products.

8- GET ECO-FRIENDLY NAVIGATION HABITS.

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9- REDUCE YOUR SPEED IN PROTECTED NATURAL AREAS AND CLOSE TO THE COAST.

Noise from the engine and hull can disturb the undersea flora and fauna. In order not to cause noise pollution; Reduce your speed in marine protected areas, coastal areas and all sensitive areas.

10- PREFER THE USE OF Vaulting over IRON.

Regardless of the type of iron you use, prefer sandy sea floors (open areas) and make sure your chain is of sufficient length.

Lay your chain neatly on sandy, muddy (no vegetation) floors. Whenever possible, prefer the use of vaults to anchoring to avoid damaging the seafloor.

Jeanneauis a brand dedicated to protecting the biodiversity of the seas.

ISO 14001 Certificate: International Environmental Standards

We have integrated the use of technology and equipment to protect the marine ecosystem into our production procedures.

ISO 9001 Certificate: International Quality Standards

Our production procedures are approved by the strictest international standards.

-For the manufacture of our fiberglass parts, we choose injection molding, a process that traps solvents and prevents volatile organic compounds from becoming airborne.

-For the varnish process, we use devices that cure with UV lamps and a clean technology with very low solvent content (4% lower than the previous 60%).

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As an ISO 9001 company, Jeanneau's manufacturing methods are certified by the highest international standards. Every new sailboat is extensively tested throughout the build process and each undergoes additional dock tests.

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