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Langkawi, Malaysia 6° 20′ 14″ N, 99° 44′ 01″ E The Odyssey
Energy Observer in Langkawi, Malaysia

Langkawi, Malaysia

Energy Observer concludes its tour in South-East Asia in Malaysia, 74th stopover of its Odyssey around the world.

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Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam 10°49.3812′ N, 106°37.779′ E The Odyssey
Energy Observer's arrival in Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

After almost a month of sailing and anchoring offshore, the crew finally reached Vietnam!

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Hua Hin, Thailand 12°24'28.2"N 99°58'42.3"E The Odyssey
Arrivée d'Energy Observer à Hua Hin

Hua Hin, Thailand

Navigating between traditional fishing boats, with water heights much lower than announced and drifting nets: the navigation to Hua Hin was not always the easiest.

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Earth Day: Food for thoughts

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Pattaya, Thailand 12°49'45.5"N 100°54'31.4"E The Odyssey
Arrival in Pattaya, Thailand

Pattaya, Thailand

Our navigation in Southeast Asia continues with Thailand and Pattaya as the 71st stopover of our Odyssey!

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Singapore: energy challenges of a city-state

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Singapore, SG 1°14'42.9"N 103°50'25.7"E The Odyssey


Singapore, our first major event stop in Asia! After 17 days of sailing from Lombok in Indonesia, our ship and our exhibition village were finally together for the first time in over two years.

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Kupang, ID 10°09'06.0"S 123°35'24.8"E The Odyssey

Kupang, Indonesia

After 24 days at sea from New Caledonia, our ship reached Kupang, our gateway to Indonesia, to complete some administrative formalities. A stop that will turn into 10 days of quarantine at anchor for sanitary reasons. This will test once again the autonomy of our vessel and the patience of our crew...

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Recycling solar panels: a major challenge

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