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    1. Fort de France, FR The Innovations
      Energy Observer crew is outside of the boat

      Energy Observer, an ambassador of alternative solutions

      The vessel is at the halfway point of the first transatlantic crossing using renewable energies and hydrogen. An “anniversary” that comes in a difficult global context. Interview with Victorien Erussard and Jérôme Delafosse.
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    2. Saint-Tropez, FR The Innovations
      Picture of Yachts

      Energy Observer discovers the yachts of the future

      The energy performance and environmental results for yachts are catastrophic. But the wheels are turning. Changes based on comfort, a determining factor for luxury yachts, are in the works for cleaner boats.
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    3. Bastia, FR The Innovations
      Marin and Dominique Ristori

      Dominique Ristori: “Energy Observer is a role model”

      Dominique Ristori, Director-General of Energy for the European Commission, regards Energy Observer as a model for the transition of energy and ecology.
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    4. Italy The Innovations
      Energy Observer on the sea

      Already 8000 nautical miles of navigation with our demonstrator

      Launched in April 2017, Energy Observer, the first hydrogen vessel around the world, reached the Mediterranean part of its Odyssey toward the Future in Marseille last March. Now, at its halfway point, captain and founder Victorien Erussard has conducted the first technical and technological assessment.
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    5. Marseille, FR The Innovations
      Picture of a Seaboost member

      Energy Observer Meets Seaboost, the Designers of the Sea

      During Energy Observer’s stopover in Marseille, our Odyssey for the Future led us to Seaboost Artificial Reefs, the designers of the sea.
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