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Doyle Sails embedded with SailGP, NZ SailGP team and LiveOcean - Burling and Hansen on video

by Doyle Sails 11 Nov 2021 01:26 GMT 11 November 2021
New Zealand SailGP Team co-helmed by Peter Burling and Blair Tuke in action on Race Day 2 at Spain SailGP -10th October . © Bob Martin/SailGP

After many years with a focus on sustainability, Doyle Sails partnership with the New Zealand SailGP Team allows Doyles to continue to make the best environmental, social and economic decisions across the business.

Peter Burling and Blair Tuke are vocal advocates for the environment and currently lead the SailGP Impact League results. The impact League is a world-first, integrated initiative designed to make sustainability action essential to the fabric of sport and to accelerate the transition to clean energy.

Doyle Sails is the official supplier to the SailGP league, an official partner of the New Zealand SailGP Team and partner of Live Ocean.

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