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Race for Water in Cuba

Published on 15 october 2017 at 0h00

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Having left at the beginning of July from Caroline Bay Marina, the mixed solar-hydrogen/kite powered vessel finally took 13 days at an average speed of 3.5 knots to cover the 1300 miles separating Bermuda and Cuba. Thirteen days disturbed by the all too frequent encounters with plastic waste floating on the surface of the water, as the crew members related having just disembarked from their trip…

After Cuba, the odyssey continues for the catamaran, with the Dominican Republic.

Follow it on: www.raceforwater.org

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