Our sailboats and workboats are cleaning beaches all along the Norwegian coastline. The crew is young adults from 18-25 years, that go to Norway to help cleaning, and to experience the beautiful Norwegian shoreline
We want to share our knowledge and experience about marine litter and inspire to take part in cleaning, as well as to change how people handle plastics in their everyday life.
Involving and meeting the local communities as well as politicians and companies, we hope to build a bigger awareness about the plastic problem.
Communicate and connect
We aim to connect and unite people, companies and resources in the war against marine litter, and use social media actively to reach out to everyone.
View reports about the work we have done, and download our detailed plans for the future.
This is how a typical workday look like with In The Same Boat. Our goal is to clean 20 000 beaches from 2020-2025, and this is how we do it.
The story about how we removed a complete trawl net of hundreds of kilos at Hamarøy.
Our biggest challenge is not the actual work we do, but to get the funding we need to continue. Recently we got information that the Norwegian Gouvernement will not help us.
This video does not only show what we have accomplished, but it tell you a little about our goals for the next few years.
In The Same Boat lanserer nå et eget medlemskap for sjømatbedrifter, dvs. havbruk, fiske og den tilknyttede leverandørindustrien. Målet er å gi sjømatnæringen en lav terskel for å bidra til et renere hav, både gjennom opprydding og holdningsendringer, både i egen bedrift og i befolkningen for øvrig. Les mer HER
This video describes the In The Same Boat concept in 3 minutes!
In The Same Boat wishes you a happy new year, with this look back on the past.
Mye av søppelet vi finner er fra Norge og våre nærmeste naboer. Hedda rydder norske fiskekasser på fantastiske Uttorgværet utenfor Brønnøysund.