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Sustainability

Doyle Sails New Zealand Achieves Toitū Enviromark Gold Accreditation for Sustainable Business Practices

Since 1982, Doyle Sails has been synonymous with exceptional quality and innovation, serving our loyal customers worldwide. As a global entity, we acknowledge the significant impact of our business operations on various fronts including our workforce, products, communities, and the environment. The health of the oceans is paramount to our business sustainability, thus propelling us […]

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COAST New Zealand NIMBUS Collection of luxury inflatable FURNITURE

Doyle Sails New Zealand are proud to have worked with New Zealand-based company COAST New Zealand to create custom stowage bags for their new collection of luxury furniture. Utilising Doyles One Design recycled sails COAST has transformed them into sturdy bags for transporting and stowing their inflatables. COAST New Zealand has launched its new state-of-the-art

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Denmark SailGP Team gives sails a second life with pioneering on-water waste bag

Denmark SailGP Team presented by ROCKWOOL athletes have developed a new on-water waste management solution made from recycled SailGP sails, which could set a new standard for recycling and waste reduction at the world’s best sailing events and regattas. The solution – which features used materials including Denmark’s SailGP jib – is a collaboration between

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The mystery of the Manta

Doyle Sails are proud to get behind this important research through our charity partnership with Live Ocean Foundation, as they help scale up Manta Watch New Zealand’s work.  LiveOcean Foundation is demanding action to bettering the health of our oceans. Live Ocean Foundation join exceptional New Zealand scientists, innovators and communicators to scale up action

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