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First, we had to make the MS Tūranor PlanetSolar almost impossible to access.
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MS Tūranor PlanetSolar - On board we have now 4 crew members, Patrick, Jens, Christian and myself, as well as 6 men responsible for our security, and Oliver, our cameraman who we will disembark at our planned rendezvous point after the strait of Hormuz...
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MS Tūranor PlanetSolar - The men in charge of our security have also trained using live ammunition. It was impressive to see the spray of water resulting from the fire arms, the cartridges falling on our solar panels and the noise… Here we are, this ....
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MS Tūranor PlanetSolar - We are using all our detection systems, radar and radar detector, night vision, etc. By night, we are sailing silently and without lights. We are almost invisible. Only the phosphorescent plankton stands out in the night during..
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MS Tūranor PlanetSolar - In Djibouti, we resupply PlanetSolar for sailing up the Red Sea
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MS Tūranor PlanetSolar - In Djibouti, we resupply PlanetSolar for sailing up the Red Sea. We are the first solar ship to sail in those waters and the first to try its crossing.
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MS Tūranor PlanetSolar - We have selected and mandated a private security firm employing exclusively former soldiers and elite forces from the French Army. Hence, 6 men trained and used to that kind of missions joined us on board in Abu Dhabi.
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MS Tūranor PlanetSolar - after a month, we say good bye to our security team that we disembark in high sea 600 km North to Djibouti. Those men were our guardian angels during this difficult crossing
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PlanetSolar in Hong Kong
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PlanetSolar in Hong Kong
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PlanetSolar in Hong Kong
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PlanetSolar Canal de Suez - Orage a Suez
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