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Digital Yacht Bottle

$59.95

“Digital Yacht is now in partnership with Ocean Bottle! The award-winning Ocean Bottle, made from recycled stainless steel, is designed to come with you everywhere.”

BUY A BOTTLE and you donate to charity AND fund the collection of plastic

Digital Yacht is now in partnership with Ocean Bottle! For each Ocean Bottle purchased Ocean Bottle funds the collection of 11.4kgs of plastic (the equivalent to 1,000 ocean-bound bottles).

The award-winning Ocean Bottle is designed to come with you everywhere. It’s made from recycled steel, which means that it keeps your cold drinks ice cold and your hot drinks piping hot. Ice, coffee, cocktails and smoothies are all good, thanks to its dual opening that lets you sip, fill, pour and clean with joy.

If you buy a bottle from us for $59.95, Digital Yacht will donate $59.95 to the Digital Yacht Foundation. The Digital Yacht Foundation sets out to deliver help and support to the maritime sector, particularly environmental and education causes.

 

About Ocean Bottle

Ocean Bottle exists to bring people together to turn the tide on ocean plastic. Ocean Bottle makes reusables work even harder for the planet, through design-led products that fund the collection of ocean-bound plastic with every sale – and now with every refill, thanks to the Ocean Bottle app. Ocean Bottle partners with organisations in areas where plastic pollution is worst, opening plastic collection points where collectors can exchange plastic for money and access social resources such as healthcare, education, mental health support and financial security.

Since launching in October 2019, Ocean Bottle has united customers in 88 countries around its mission and partnered with brands including Pangaia, Soho House, RedBull, Universal Music and Ed Sheeran. They have collected 4,543,176kgs of plastic and improved thousands of livelihoods at the same time. Ocean Bottle’s goal is to prevent 7 billion plastic bottles from entering the ocean by 2025.