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Entry List in 2020

Organised since 2014 by the Yacht Club de Monaco, in collaboration with the International Powerboating Federation (UIM) and Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, the Solar & Energy Boat Challenge is unique in the world.

Monaco is used to being at the cutting edge. More than a century ago, pioneers of another type of propulsion gathered in the Principality to present their latest engine developments at an annual meeting for motorboats.  The tradition is being revived as Solar & Energy Boat Challenge contestants have a chance to discuss their work on Open Source at Tech Talks normally held every evening. This year, due to the health crisis, the 2020 edition will take place online.

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ENERGY CLASS

(2020)

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SOLAR CLASS

(2020)

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OPEN SEA CLASS

(2020)

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COUNTRIES

(2020)

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ENERGY CLASS

(2019)

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SOLAR CLASS

(2019)

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OPEN SEA CLASS

(2019)

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COUNTRIES

(2019)

When I saw what they can do with boats with foils, powered by the sun or by Hydrogen which lift off the water producing some tense races, and all this without noise or pollution, I thought this is something that needs to be encouraged.

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Press Releases

Latest News #MCSEBC

29 Jun

7th edition goes the Open Source route online

The 7th Monaco Solar & Energy Boat Challenge kicks off tomorrow, an edition that has had to[..]
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25 Jun

Audition Planning 2020

    MCSEBC - Team Auditions - Day 1 June 30th, 2020 at 17:00 (GMT+2:00) Paris Time[..]
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08 May

A 7th edition reinvented

It may have been forced to change format for the first time since its launch in 2014,[..]
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