Boot Dusseldorf and Ocean Tribute Award 2019
When the boat calls for the presentation of the "ocean tribute" award, the prominent marine conservationists are also on board. Regular guest is of course the British marine activist Emily Penn, also Pierre-Yves Cousteau, son of the diving pioneer Jacques-Yves and also a diver and lawyer of the sea, shows his flag, the British sailing legend Sir Robin Knox-Johnston is on board and of course Prince Albert II as guest of honour. Together with his foundation partner der boot and the Deutsche Meeresstiftung at the presentation of the "ocean tribute" award. The Monegasque prince crowned the boat's blue motion night on Monday evening.
At the beginning of the event the vice-president of Prince Albert II foundation, S.E. Bernard Fautrier, Messe Düsseldorf CEO, Werner M. Dornscheidt, the Executive Board of the German Marine Foundation, Frank Schweikert, and the representative of Prince Albert II foundation in Germany, Dr. Bernd Kunth, signed the new cooperation agreement for the continuation of the "ocean tribute" Award over the next three years.
Afterwards, the prizes were given to the winners of the award for projects that are committed to protecting the oceans. One company was awarded in each of the categories Society, Industry and Science for its groundbreaking ideas and their implementation.
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