Monaco Energy Boat Challenge

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monaco energy boat challenge

1-6 July 2024

Engineering the future of yachting

Develop a nautical challenge focused on innovation and sustainability. Participants should explore new technologies, innovative materials, and alternative propulsion systems that reduce environmental impact while maintaining nautical performance. This may involve utilizing solar energy, hydrogen, electricity, and other renewable energy sources to power boats. The challenge should encourage creative solutions that prioritize sustainability without compromising performance, and participants should be able to showcase their ideas through practical and feasible designs or prototypes. The challenge should also emphasize the potential positive impact of these innovations on the marine industry and the environment.

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The Prince Albert II Foundation is setting up a competition open to all universities worldwide, whether they have registered for the 2024 edition or are pressing to take part in the event in 2025. On July 6th, 2024, a prize of €25,000 will be awarded the winner who unveils the best technological solution for yachting regarding energy efficiency and carbon reduction.

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REGISTRATIONS ARE OPEN!

Dive into the world of elite yachting by joining the 2025 edition of the Yacht Club de Monaco event. Established by the visionaries Prince Rainier and HSH Prince Albert II, this prestigious gathering has, over the years, evolved into a beacon for maritime enthusiasts across 81 nationalities. By registering, you’ll be immersing yourself in a legacy that seamlessly marries tradition with innovation, camaraderie with competition, and passion with excellence. 

Don’t miss your chance to be a part of this unparalleled maritime experience. Embark on this journey, and etch your name in the annals of yachting history. Register today!

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An international competition

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TEAMS

40

Universities

25

Nationalities

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Canada

1 team

Asia

3 teams

South America

3 teams

Europe

14 teams

South Africa

1 team

an event with many facets

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