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Long Beach, CA, US 33°45'40.7"N 118°11'35.2"W The Odyssey

Long Beach, CA, United States

Good morning Long Beach ! After 27 days of sailing from the Galapagos Islands and 3,000 nautical miles of energy autonomy, our ship has dropped anchor in the port of Long Beach for its first American stopover!

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Galápagos, EC 1°00'31.6, S 90°54'42.6"W The Odyssey

Puerto Villamil, Galápagos, Ecuador

Our crew continues to explore this archipelago with its exceptional biodiversity. A profusion of marine and terrestrial species protected by preservation measures, but which are not sheltered from human activities, notably linked to the energy needs of the inhabitants.

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Galápagos, EC 0°44'54.8"S 90°18'46.7"W The Odyssey

Puerto Ayora Galápagos, Ecuador

¡Holà Galápagos! Our vessel arrived in the Galapagos, first stop in the Pacific. On the program: meet scientists and engineers to better understand the energy challenges of these islands, and their work to protect a unique biodiversity in the world.

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Panama Canal, PA 9°12'26.7"N 79°53'56.5"W The Odyssey
Drone view of Pacific Ocean in front of Panama City

Panama Canal, Panama

After an intense month of technical stopover in Martinique, our vessel has cast off in the direction of the mythical Panama Canal! A new crossing path for our crew, with the aim of reaching the Pacific Ocean.

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French Guiana, FR 5°09'03.7"N 52°40'00.1"W The Odyssey
Our crew at the Guiana Space Center

Kourou, French Guiana

Our crew stops in Kourou to discover the Guiana Space Center, and learn more about its energy architecture and the space missions dedicated to the observation and preservation of natural ecosystems.

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Acting towards waste reduction: a big challenge

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French Guiana, FR 5°30'33"N, 54°1'48"W The Odyssey

Saint-Laurent-du-Maroni, French Guiana

Our crew has arrived in French Guiana, a region boasting exceptional natural heritage and combining cutting-edge technologies and Amazonian primary forest, a European spaceport and a quite unique biodiversity reserve.

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Guadeloupe, FR 16°12'05.9"N 61°29'46.0"W The Odyssey
Two crew members are doing maintenance on the OceanWings®

L’Ilet Gosier, Guadeloupe

Heading for Guadeloupe to document solutions to accelerate the energy transition and protect biodiversity.

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