Energy Observer, the world's leading hydrogen vessel and Accor partner, is back in Saint-Malo (France) after 16 stops in 11 Northern European countries. Through this long journey, 1 mission: to sail without polluting. Cast off, discover new perspectives for the future of our planet!
Accor: a historic partner
2 years ago, on 14 April 2017, Energy Observer took to the sea to begin its journey around Europe. Accor has been a partner in this adventure since day one and took advantage at each stopover to showcase this experience with its customers and employees.
This included several VIP visits to the boat, allowing a privileged few to check out the vessel, as well as "At The Crew's Table" events which brought together the crew from Energy Observer and members of our loyalty program. During these meals, participants could learn more about our partnership with Energy Observer while enjoying the hearty food on offer.
An icy record
To prove that it is possible to navigate in total autonomy, in extreme conditions by drawing energy from nature with no ecological impact, Energy Observer set sail for the Artic to the island of Spitzberg in the Svalbard Archipelago. This area is considered by the scientific community as the Ground Zero of climate change. For Energy Observer's crew, this stopover is undoubtedly the most symbolic of their Northern Europe Odyssey.