1. Be fish-friendly
Eat non-threatened fish. Download WWF's Fishing Guide.
2. Put pressure on your politicians
Put pressure on your local politicians regarding the Baltic Sea environment. Ask questions and write letters to the press and drive on – not least if you live in a coastal municipality.
3. Wash with care
Wash with eco-labeled and phosphate-free detergents.
4. Use less disposable cutlery
Use less disposable cutlery, plates and grill, and throw garbage on the environment station to hold nature clean.
5. Don't throw your waste overboard
Empty hull toilet and waste water on port reception stations instead of into the sea. Choose eco-friendly vehicles and fuels on land and at sea.
6. Don't use toxic paints
Do not use toxic paints on the boat and feel free to use hull washing.
7. Replace the 2-stroke engine with a 4-stroke
Replace the boat's old two-stroke engine with a four-stroke. Use environmentally friendly cleaning products, toiletries and other liquids.