MONACO: Landmark race for electric boats

In a key collaboration, Yacht Club de Monaco (YCM) and the International Electric Marine Association (IEMA) are promoting the latest in electric marine propulsion technological innovation at a special marine race event in Monaco’s historic harbour. The event will feature competing teams from some of the world’s top universities.

The partnerships between YCM and IEMA will help facilitate the shared goal of accelerating sustainable technologies in the marine mobility sector. By leveraging their combined expertise and networks, YCM and IEMA aim to drive awareness and focus attention on electric marine technologies, highlighting in particular the cutting-edge work carried out in university labs and technology departments.

“We are excited to partner with Yacht Club de Monaco for the Monaco Energy Boat Challenge,” said Adria Jover, president of IEMA. “This collaboration underscores our shared commitment to advancing sustainable practices in marine transportation and encouraging the involvement of the academic playground.”

The Monaco Energy Boat Challenge is an annual event showcasing the latest marine technology and sustainability advancements, organised by Yacht Club de Monaco in collaboration with IEMA. As part of the ‘Monaco Capital of Advanced Yachting’ initiative, the event, scheduled for early July, aims to raise awareness of sustainability in the maritime industry and encourage the widespread adoption of eco-friendly practices on the world’s oceans.


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