Clean2Anywhere builds 17th century ships entirely out of … waste plastic! Our goal: a massive ‘Flute ship’, a Dutch cargo ship. We do this to address the global waste (plastic) problem and to let everyone discover: throwing away is a waste! That’s why we started beautiful things out of it, like the little ships we build: 17th century Dutch ‘work boats’.
The Dutch ‘work boat’, (or ‘werkboot’) was a crucial little boat in the 17th century, especially for the Dutch ‘Flute ship’ (or ‘fluitschip’). This boat made sure the trade ships were able to move their cargo to and from the shore. Every trade ship had at least one on deck. This is why it is one of the most commonly built boats of that time.
We build these boats in collaboration with naval history curators from the Dutch Rijksmuseum. So in a way we undertake ‘experimental archeology’ and construct scarce cultural heritage of ship building in the 17th century.
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