Ecostore Boat Wash

Taking your boat out this summer? You need this eco-friendly boat wash, used on some of the world’s most epic superyachts

The fact that Auckland is known as the City of Sails is a testament to our widespread enthusiasm for boating, particularly over the summer season. After all, when so many boats are moored just a hop-skip-and-jump from the central city and with access to the sparkling waters of the Hauraki Gulf mere minutes away, it makes sense that boating is a favourite pastime for many who call Auckland home. But, for every languid, leisurely day spent on the water comes the need for some serious maintenance behind the scenes, whether that be packing supplies or keeping one’s vessel adequately clean. We therefore present a product no boat owner should go without — Ecostore’s dedicated Boat Wash.

Made to remove salt and grime from a range of surfaces, including fibreglass, vinyl, plastic, metal, wood, rubber and glass, Ecostore’s Boat Wash is a seafaring essential. Formulated with all-natural ingredients, it is gentle on precious marine environments and any sensitive skin it comes into contact with.

Ecostore’s new addition has been used as the boat wash of choice for some of the world’s most prestigious superyachts, like the 69-metre Feadship Samaya and the world’s largest aluminium sail ship, Sea Eagle II — a reliable solution to marine maintenance that doesn’t let its low-impact footprint get in the way of some of the most impressive results we’ve ever seen.

The biodegradable formula is available in Ecostore’s signature packaging, which is sustainable and refillable. The concentrated boat wash is economical to use and space-efficient to store, too, with five litres of concentrate able to make 200 litres of solution — more than enough for the summer days ahead.

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