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Sunsail Responsible Tourism - Destinations

 

As part of our Responsible Tourism drive, we strive to implement sustainable initiatives at all of our bases by working with the local people and authorities to benefit the areas in which we operate.  As every location is different, there are a whole host of different activities going on however all of them are backed up by our commitment to provide responsibly operated holidays.  

 

British Virgin Islands, Caribbean

Sunsail’s base in Tortola has won the Practical Boat Owner (PBO) Green Award for its integration of features to protect and enhance the local environment. We are also supporting the BVI Tourist Board in their certification programme promoting “Clean Marinas”. We have changed all our fittings and light bulbs over to LED and have also contributed to the BVI Marine Awareness Guide, conceived to help residents and visitors understand and interact with the sensitive Marine environment.
Discover the British Virgin Islands


Whitsundays, Australia

At the end of May 2010, Sunsail ran a “Queensland Biggest Morning Tea” event on behalf of the Cancer Council.
Discover the Whitsundays

Phuket, Thailand

Sunsail’s Phuket base contributes a yacht charter every year, to go towards an auction supporting Child Watch Phuket.This organisation supports vulnerable children to protect them from abuse, child labour and working within the sex industry.
Discover Phuket

Tahiti, French Polynesia

Sunsail Tahiti will be helping the researchers from the South Pacific Whale Research Consortium to conduct whale-sighting surveys of the southbound migration of humpback whales off the Polynesian island of Niue.
Discover Tahiti

Port Solent, UK

Sunsail had a full carbon audit of our Port Solent base completed by the Carbon Trust and we are now working on reducing our energy consumption by 10% by September 2011.
Discover Port Solent

 

 

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