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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
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L’Ilet Gosier, Guadeloupe

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

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Martinique, FR 14°26'28.6"N 60°53'41.0"W The Odyssey
The Diamond Rock in Martinique

Baie du Marin, Martinique

Our ship is anchored in the Baie du Marin in the South of Martinique. A reduced crew is on board to supervise the maintenance operations and prepare the next part of the odyssey.

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World Maritime Day: for more sustainable shipping

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Monthléry, France The Innovations

1st presentation of EODev’s land and maritime hydrogen solutions

EODev presented its land-based hydrogen power generator and maritime range extender in operation on the industrial site of its partner and manufacturer ENERIA, on Thursday, September 17, in the presence of its shareholders. The products developed by the start-up meet the objectives of the "France Hydrogen plan”.

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Fort-de-France, FR 14°36'12.5"N 61°03'35.1"W The Odyssey

Fort-de-France, Martinique

More than 7,000 nautical miles were covered by Energy Observer during this Odyssey in the Caribbean! A new team is now heading for Fort-de-France for a technical stopover lasting several weeks.

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Nassau, BS 25°04'44.7"N 77°20'04.4"W The Odyssey

Nassau, Bahamas

Back ashore for our crew that landed in Nassau, Bahamas. After two months at sea and an experience as close as possible to nature, the concrete of the city will replace the mangroves, the gulfweed and the incredible biodiversity that accompanied them throughout this very special chapter of our odyssey.

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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 Quebec 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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