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PLANETSOLAR CIRCUMNAVIGATION - The first serious blue water solar boat, was a catamaran that went around the world in 2011 and 2012, visiting many ports along the way.

 

 


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01 April 2010

The Guardian

Solar powered boat launch raised hopes for sun powered future

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04 May 2012

Guinness Book of Records

Circumnavigation endurance and Atlantic records

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07 September 2013

Bluebird Marine Systems

Paris - PlanetSolar on the River Seine

30 August 2013

Bluebird Marine Systems

London - PlanetSolar travels up the River Thames

 

 

 

Extraordinary projects that break the boundaries of science, increase our knowledge and the achievement of man, do not attract backing from official sources that work on incremental research using established academia. Fortunately, there are a very few philanthropists who have backed the unusual on the basis of solid commercial decisions, but nonetheless well intentioned, where conventional advertising is a safer bet, such as sporting competitions and racing.

 

Projects such as the Mayflower, provide general interest news articles in the media, that attract readers and increase or retain circulation, also providing tangible returns to organizer's, in getting brands noticed.

 

There is a fascination on the part of the reading public, for robotic transport of all kinds, such as robotaxis, robotrucks and unmanned shipping, much as solar powered car racing kept us riveted to news feeds 20 years ago, but like missions to Mars, have lost their page turning potential.

 

 

 

 

 

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