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Energy Observer our Vessel

© Energy Observer

At the outset, Energy Observer is the name of a boat, self-sufficient in energy, with zero emissions, zero fine particles, zero noise, as well as being a symbol of our awareness raising and our ambitions at the service of ecological ...

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Sailing expedition Hylas 63

Hylas 63 - photo © Hylas Yachts

The 132-day sailing expedition of a Hylas 63 following in the wake of the Vikings Story of a 132-day sailing expedition on board a comfortable Hylas 63 yacht Just a few custom features added to ready the boat for the ...

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SailGP events

Bermuda and Italy selected to host first SailGP events of second season © SailGP

Bermuda and Italy selected to host first SailGP events of second season SailGP today announced an updated schedule for the first half of its second season, with the opening events now set for the island of Bermuda and the southern ...

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Cannes Yachting Festival

Cannes Yachting Festival © Cannes Yachting Festival

Traditionally the first show on the nautical calendar and Europe’s leading in-water boat show, in this year unlike any other, the 2020 Yachting Festival will also be the first event on an international scale to reopen in the post-lockdown period. ...

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Cancelled Hamilton Island Race Week 2020

Hamilton Island Race Week 2019 © Craig Greenhill / www.saltydingo.com.au

The Queensland Government has recently declared numerous COVID-19 hotspots and yesterday announced the inclusion of Greater Sydney. In light of this announcement and despite our best intentions to host the event, our Race Management team who are so vital to ...

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Sailing and swimming with Orcas

Humpback whale and Barba, Troms region 2016. © David Go

Google the name Andreas B. Heide, and what you’ll find is not your average run-of-the-mill guy. After all, how many people do you know who go free diving with Killer Whales; in the Arctic no less? Crazy as it sounds, ...

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Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez

©Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez

2020 edition Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez In line with the global health situation, the organisers of the Voiles de Saint-Tropez remain on alert. The goal: to maintain what has for decades made the success of these regattas unique to the world ...

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Energy Observer

Energy Observer in the Islands of the Saintes in Guadeloupe - photo © Francine Kreiss

In a world ravaged by the Covid-19 pandemic, the crew of Energy Observer, the first vessel powered by renewable energies and hydrogen, has revised its programme, which was originally supposed to lead her to Tokyo for the Summer Olympic Games. ...

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Sail Scotland

Pleasure yachts at Kytra, Caledonian Canal © Peter Sandground

The Scottish Government’s promised £100 million COVID-19 fund to support small and medium-sized businesses and the self-employed opened yesterday for applications – to the delight of Sail Scotland and its members. The national marine tourism body has been fiercely lobbying ...

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Race for Water Odyssey 6 month postponement…

© 2020 Race For Water

The Race for Water foundation is postponing the Asian stopovers of the Odyssey for six months but remains committed to the preservation of the oceans! The Board has decided to reschedule the Race for Water Odyssey stopovers, initially planned for ...

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