Take a break and see what starboard ocean ambassadors, partners, and starboard ourselves have been up to.
LENA’S LANZAROTE FOIL CHALLENGE
Lena Erdil took on the extreme challenge of windsurf foiling around Lanzarote Island on her iQFOiL set. Sailing 203KM over 9.5 hours. For each KM sailed, CleanHub are collecting 2.46 KG. Resulting in 500kg of plastic trash removed from it’s pathway to the ocean!
Partner Sustainable Surf and their Non Profit Project ‘Sea Trees’ have been recognised by the Salesforce organisation. Watch this insightful 11 minute video to learn more about their Ecopreneurial committments and their importance.
You ask us why we paddle?
There are as many reasons as there are strokes in a race or waves in a day. Watch the Starboard SUP 2020 Brand Mission video to learn why you should come paddle with us for the planet.
“It’s not as complicated as everyone seems to pretend it is” Melati (16 yrs) and Isabel (14 yrs) Weijsen have managed to ban the use of plastic bags on Bali. They and their ByeBye Plastic Bag organization are demonstrating how all of us can be useful and stand for the oceans.
In 2018, Cal Major became the first person in history to stand up paddleboard (SUP) from one end of the UK to the other, Land’s End in Cornwall to John O’Groats in Scotland. The mission was to highlight that wherever we are in the UK we’re never too far from plastic pollution.
Ocean Ambassador Cal Major became the first woman to solo circumnavigate the Isle of Skye. This documentary showcases the epic solo adventure and demonstrates that even remote, wildlife-rich, stunning places like this are no less vulnerable to plastic pollution.