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Guf of Gonâve, HT 18°36'51.0'N 73°50'26.3'W The Odyssey

Gulf of Gonâve, Haiti

In the Gulf of Gonâve, off the coast of Haiti, the effects of climate change are multiple. In this fishing village on a sandbank, violent hurricanes regularly sweep away makeshift houses, endangering people already weakened by a difficult situation. Striking images captured by our crew.

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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

Discover the Cousteau Reserve, in Guadeloupe, near the Pigeon Islets. Commander Cousteau symbolizes forever the epic of the first underwater pioneers.

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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

Our crew sets foot ashore at Forked Island for a few hours. This deserted island located in the heart of the Caribbean north of Saint-Barthélemy, shelters an ecosystem and in particular the vegetation has adapted to the lack of water and extreme salinity.

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Paris, FR The Innovations
The REXH2 by Energy Observer Developments

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
Picture of Fajou Island

Îlet Fajou, Guadeloupe

After several days spent studying the super powers of sea sponges, we head north to the Lesser Antilles. Surprised by a tropical wave with winds in excess of 35 knots, we take shelter in the mangrove swamps of the Grand Cul-de-sac-Marin in Guadeloupe.

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LibertyKite Testing at sea

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Fort-de-France, FR 14°35'51.1"N, 61°03'41.8"W The Odyssey
Energy Observer is in front of the Diamond Rock in Martinique

Fort-de-France, Martinique

On Tuesday 21 April, the first hydrogen vessel powered by renewable energies docked in Fort-de-France after her first transatlantic passage.

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