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Tiger Beach, BS 27°01'41.4 N 79°09'37.7 W The Odyssey
A woman is filming a shark underwater while swimming

Tiger Beach, Bahamas

A few days after our arrival in the Bahamas, the crew was given permission to anchor, and can move and film freely. The Q flag is hoisted, which means we can continue on our way to Tiger Beach, a unique shark watching site in the world.

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Guadeloupe, FR 16°10'08.0"N 61°46'53.0"W The Odyssey
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Cousteau Reserve, Guadeloupe

The crew discovers Cousteau in a somewhat "stony" way, but still clinging to his cap. A dive like a nod to Calypso's odysseys.

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Saint-Barthélemy, FR 17°57'26.5"N 62°54'16.6"W The Odyssey
Energy Observer's crew visiting the island

Île Fourchue, Saint-Barthélemy

Katia Nicolet, a doctor of biology on board our vessel, deciphers how the species on this islet have adapted to extreme conditions in order to survive.

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Paris, FR The Innovations

The challenges of the REXH2

While the crew of Energy Observer continues to navigate the Atlantic without being able to set foot on land, another team is holding its breath: that of Energy Observer Developments (EODev), whose REXH2 is currently sailing on the first hydrogen vessel around the world.
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Guadeloupe, FR 16°20'43.1"N 61°35'58.0"W The Odyssey
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Îlet Fajou, Guadeloupe

We are preparing to explore these open ocean forests, which protect humans from natural disasters, hurricanes and tsunamis, and are an incredible refuge for biodiversity.

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