Corporate BlogTom Tautz

#bootstour

Corporate BlogTom Tautz
#bootstour

blog homepage / twitter

( Client: Deutsche Gesellschaft zur Rettung Schiffbrüchiger )

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2.000 kilometres
19 days
9 locations
9 stories

looking for answers
to the question
why there is hope


Why there is hope – the answer to this question was the motivation of our unusual journey that we’ve startet for DGzRS – die Seenotretter.

on the road for a community of people that are always ready to save someone else’s life

Grenzerfahrung : im Gespräch mit Augenzeugin, Aktivistin und Autorin  Doris Liebermann  in Berlin.

Grenzerfahrung: im Gespräch mit Augenzeugin, Aktivistin und Autorin Doris Liebermann in Berlin.


At the center of the documentation was our travelogue on the microsite as part of the official homepage of www.seenotretter.de.

Our encounters were recorded in the form of entertaining blog entries in text, image and video.

Parallel to the extensive articles in the blog, a live documentary took place on the official “Seenotretter”-Twitter channel on that we reported daily about our, trip, our work and our impressions.

Bringing the subject of "Sea Rescue" to places that seem unusual and thus give the action a striking character was the basic idea.

To conclude that the DGzRS values, namely "freedom, community and safety", are valid for all kilometers traveled, was the conclusion of the project.


Blog homepage

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Some tweets

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Diary Entry No.5 – Summit at “Zugspitze”

live-blog
daily tweets

photo reportage
video-content
live-tweets
blog-posts

Interview with author Seenotretter-Embassador  Frank Schätzing  at Colone Cathedral.

Interview with author Seenotretter-Embassador Frank Schätzing at Colone Cathedral.

The entire #Bootstour-Cart in front of the “Semperoper” in Dresden.

The entire #Bootstour-Cart in front of the “Semperoper” in Dresden.


reach improvement
by content recycling


One of the most unusual places of our trip: on the way with our 2,4-metres “Sammelschiffchen” to the top of the highest location of Germany.

One of the most unusual places of our trip: on the way with our 2,4-metres “Sammelschiffchen” to the top of the highest location of Germany.

“Bernd the Boat” in the “alter Elbtunnel” in Hamburg.

“Bernd the Boat” in the “alter Elbtunnel” in Hamburg.

Surferlife in Munich: to guest at the Eisbachwelle.

Surferlife in Munich: to guest at the Eisbachwelle.

Germany’s Wild West – “Zeche Zollverein” in Essen.

Germany’s Wild West – “Zeche Zollverein” in Essen.


release mechanic
- content multiplying -


Always by our side - the #Bootstour-Camper. Office and Hotel at the same time. Parked next to the Seenotretter-Station in Sassnitz on Rügen.

Always by our side - the #Bootstour-Camper. Office and Hotel at the same time. Parked next to the Seenotretter-Station in Sassnitz on Rügen.


Idee/Konzept/Fotografie:
Tom Tautz

Video:
mk7digital / Dorian Vasco-Nagel

Redaktion: 
Alexander Nortrup

Organisation: 
Alexander Nortrup / Tom Tautz