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10, rue de la Drisse, 56470 La Trinité-sur-Mer
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Telephone +33 2 97806431, +33 6 83376621
v.amant@theseacleaners.org

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Valérie AMANT

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v.amant@theseacleaners.org

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Hall 11 / G22

22 Jan 2022

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A clean-up ship against marine litter: The "Manta" is launching on the "boot"

The SeaCleaners present their innovative catamaran for the first time to the boating industry in Düsseldorf

In January 2022, the environmental protection organisation The SeaCleaners will present the detailed model of its innovative catamaran for cleaning the oceans for the first time at the world's largest and most international indoor fair for boats and water sports “boot”. The "Manta" uses a combination of different renewable energy technologies to reduce its carbon footprint: Solar panels, wind turbines, automated rigging, hydroelectric generators and a waste-to-energy conversion unit that transforms plastic waste into energy. Its goal is to collect (plastic) waste from the oceans before it decomposes into microplastics and sinks to the seabed. The SeaCleaners present their innovative catamaran for the first time to the boating industry in Düsseldorf.

In addition to the detailed model, the clean-up catamaran Manta can also be experienced virtually on The SeaCleaners booth at the "boot" through interactive VR headsets. The SeaCleaners hope that their presence at the fair will generate support and attention for their fight against marine pollution. More about the Manta project at www.theseacleaners.org and on Twitter @theseacleaners.

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23 Jan 2022

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all-day

A clean-up ship against marine litter: The "Manta" is launching on the "boot"

The SeaCleaners present their innovative catamaran for the first time to the boating industry in Düsseldorf

In January 2022, the environmental protection organisation The SeaCleaners will present the detailed model of its innovative catamaran for cleaning the oceans for the first time at the world's largest and most international indoor fair for boats and water sports “boot”. The "Manta" uses a combination of different renewable energy technologies to reduce its carbon footprint: Solar panels, wind turbines, automated rigging, hydroelectric generators and a waste-to-energy conversion unit that transforms plastic waste into energy. Its goal is to collect (plastic) waste from the oceans before it decomposes into microplastics and sinks to the seabed. The SeaCleaners present their innovative catamaran for the first time to the boating industry in Düsseldorf.

In addition to the detailed model, the clean-up catamaran Manta can also be experienced virtually on The SeaCleaners booth at the "boot" through interactive VR headsets. The SeaCleaners hope that their presence at the fair will generate support and attention for their fight against marine pollution. More about the Manta project at www.theseacleaners.org and on Twitter @theseacleaners.

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24 Jan 2022

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all-day

A clean-up ship against marine litter: The "Manta" is launching on the "boot"

The SeaCleaners present their innovative catamaran for the first time to the boating industry in Düsseldorf

In January 2022, the environmental protection organisation The SeaCleaners will present the detailed model of its innovative catamaran for cleaning the oceans for the first time at the world's largest and most international indoor fair for boats and water sports “boot”. The "Manta" uses a combination of different renewable energy technologies to reduce its carbon footprint: Solar panels, wind turbines, automated rigging, hydroelectric generators and a waste-to-energy conversion unit that transforms plastic waste into energy. Its goal is to collect (plastic) waste from the oceans before it decomposes into microplastics and sinks to the seabed. The SeaCleaners present their innovative catamaran for the first time to the boating industry in Düsseldorf.

In addition to the detailed model, the clean-up catamaran Manta can also be experienced virtually on The SeaCleaners booth at the "boot" through interactive VR headsets. The SeaCleaners hope that their presence at the fair will generate support and attention for their fight against marine pollution. More about the Manta project at www.theseacleaners.org and on Twitter @theseacleaners.

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25 Jan 2022

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all-day

A clean-up ship against marine litter: The "Manta" is launching on the "boot"

The SeaCleaners present their innovative catamaran for the first time to the boating industry in Düsseldorf

In January 2022, the environmental protection organisation The SeaCleaners will present the detailed model of its innovative catamaran for cleaning the oceans for the first time at the world's largest and most international indoor fair for boats and water sports “boot”. The "Manta" uses a combination of different renewable energy technologies to reduce its carbon footprint: Solar panels, wind turbines, automated rigging, hydroelectric generators and a waste-to-energy conversion unit that transforms plastic waste into energy. Its goal is to collect (plastic) waste from the oceans before it decomposes into microplastics and sinks to the seabed. The SeaCleaners present their innovative catamaran for the first time to the boating industry in Düsseldorf.

In addition to the detailed model, the clean-up catamaran Manta can also be experienced virtually on The SeaCleaners booth at the "boot" through interactive VR headsets. The SeaCleaners hope that their presence at the fair will generate support and attention for their fight against marine pollution. More about the Manta project at www.theseacleaners.org and on Twitter @theseacleaners.

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26 Jan 2022

Topic

all-day

A clean-up ship against marine litter: The "Manta" is launching on the "boot"

The SeaCleaners present their innovative catamaran for the first time to the boating industry in Düsseldorf

In January 2022, the environmental protection organisation The SeaCleaners will present the detailed model of its innovative catamaran for cleaning the oceans for the first time at the world's largest and most international indoor fair for boats and water sports “boot”. The "Manta" uses a combination of different renewable energy technologies to reduce its carbon footprint: Solar panels, wind turbines, automated rigging, hydroelectric generators and a waste-to-energy conversion unit that transforms plastic waste into energy. Its goal is to collect (plastic) waste from the oceans before it decomposes into microplastics and sinks to the seabed. The SeaCleaners present their innovative catamaran for the first time to the boating industry in Düsseldorf.

In addition to the detailed model, the clean-up catamaran Manta can also be experienced virtually on The SeaCleaners booth at the "boot" through interactive VR headsets. The SeaCleaners hope that their presence at the fair will generate support and attention for their fight against marine pollution. More about the Manta project at www.theseacleaners.org and on Twitter @theseacleaners.

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27 Jan 2022

Topic

all-day

A clean-up ship against marine litter: The "Manta" is launching on the "boot"

The SeaCleaners present their innovative catamaran for the first time to the boating industry in Düsseldorf

In January 2022, the environmental protection organisation The SeaCleaners will present the detailed model of its innovative catamaran for cleaning the oceans for the first time at the world's largest and most international indoor fair for boats and water sports “boot”. The "Manta" uses a combination of different renewable energy technologies to reduce its carbon footprint: Solar panels, wind turbines, automated rigging, hydroelectric generators and a waste-to-energy conversion unit that transforms plastic waste into energy. Its goal is to collect (plastic) waste from the oceans before it decomposes into microplastics and sinks to the seabed. The SeaCleaners present their innovative catamaran for the first time to the boating industry in Düsseldorf.

In addition to the detailed model, the clean-up catamaran Manta can also be experienced virtually on The SeaCleaners booth at the "boot" through interactive VR headsets. The SeaCleaners hope that their presence at the fair will generate support and attention for their fight against marine pollution. More about the Manta project at www.theseacleaners.org and on Twitter @theseacleaners.

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28 Jan 2022

Topic

all-day

A clean-up ship against marine litter: The "Manta" is launching on the "boot"

The SeaCleaners present their innovative catamaran for the first time to the boating industry in Düsseldorf

In January 2022, the environmental protection organisation The SeaCleaners will present the detailed model of its innovative catamaran for cleaning the oceans for the first time at the world's largest and most international indoor fair for boats and water sports “boot”. The "Manta" uses a combination of different renewable energy technologies to reduce its carbon footprint: Solar panels, wind turbines, automated rigging, hydroelectric generators and a waste-to-energy conversion unit that transforms plastic waste into energy. Its goal is to collect (plastic) waste from the oceans before it decomposes into microplastics and sinks to the seabed. The SeaCleaners present their innovative catamaran for the first time to the boating industry in Düsseldorf.

In addition to the detailed model, the clean-up catamaran Manta can also be experienced virtually on The SeaCleaners booth at the "boot" through interactive VR headsets. The SeaCleaners hope that their presence at the fair will generate support and attention for their fight against marine pollution. More about the Manta project at www.theseacleaners.org and on Twitter @theseacleaners.

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29 Jan 2022

Topic

all-day

A clean-up ship against marine litter: The "Manta" is launching on the "boot"

The SeaCleaners present their innovative catamaran for the first time to the boating industry in Düsseldorf

In January 2022, the environmental protection organisation The SeaCleaners will present the detailed model of its innovative catamaran for cleaning the oceans for the first time at the world's largest and most international indoor fair for boats and water sports “boot”. The "Manta" uses a combination of different renewable energy technologies to reduce its carbon footprint: Solar panels, wind turbines, automated rigging, hydroelectric generators and a waste-to-energy conversion unit that transforms plastic waste into energy. Its goal is to collect (plastic) waste from the oceans before it decomposes into microplastics and sinks to the seabed. The SeaCleaners present their innovative catamaran for the first time to the boating industry in Düsseldorf.

In addition to the detailed model, the clean-up catamaran Manta can also be experienced virtually on The SeaCleaners booth at the "boot" through interactive VR headsets. The SeaCleaners hope that their presence at the fair will generate support and attention for their fight against marine pollution. More about the Manta project at www.theseacleaners.org and on Twitter @theseacleaners.

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30 Jan 2022

Topic

all-day

A clean-up ship against marine litter: The "Manta" is launching on the "boot"

The SeaCleaners present their innovative catamaran for the first time to the boating industry in Düsseldorf

In January 2022, the environmental protection organisation The SeaCleaners will present the detailed model of its innovative catamaran for cleaning the oceans for the first time at the world's largest and most international indoor fair for boats and water sports “boot”. The "Manta" uses a combination of different renewable energy technologies to reduce its carbon footprint: Solar panels, wind turbines, automated rigging, hydroelectric generators and a waste-to-energy conversion unit that transforms plastic waste into energy. Its goal is to collect (plastic) waste from the oceans before it decomposes into microplastics and sinks to the seabed. The SeaCleaners present their innovative catamaran for the first time to the boating industry in Düsseldorf.

In addition to the detailed model, the clean-up catamaran Manta can also be experienced virtually on The SeaCleaners booth at the "boot" through interactive VR headsets. The SeaCleaners hope that their presence at the fair will generate support and attention for their fight against marine pollution. More about the Manta project at www.theseacleaners.org and on Twitter @theseacleaners.

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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Boats and Yachts
  • 01.07  Other Boats
  • 01.07.01  Electric Boats/solar boats

Electric Boats/solar boats

  • 01  Boats and Yachts
  • 01.07  Other Boats
  • 01.07.03  Work Boat/Service Boat

Work Boat/Service Boat

  • 12  Organisations/Institutions/Clubs
  • 12.01  Organisations/Institutions
  • 12.01.02  Private Organisations (NGOs)

Private Organisations (NGOs)

Our products

Product category: Electric Boats/solar boats, Work Boat/Service Boat, Private Organisations (NGOs)

The Manta

THE SEACLEANERS UNVEILS THE MANTA, ITS PIONEERING AND ECO-DESIGNED SAILBOAT FOR COLLECTING AND PROCESSING LARGE QUANTITIES OF MARINE PLASTIC
WASTE.

A multi-purpose factory boat, propelled by renewable energies, embodying a new way of acting to protect the oceans. Three years of research and development resulted the Manta, a giant catamaran, the first factory boat designed to collect and process large quantities of floating plastic macro-waste at sea.
Its biomimetic design, innovative hybrid propulsion system and power supply from renewable energy sources will enable the Manta to operate 75% of the time autonomously, without using fossil fuels, with a minimal environmental footprint.
This extraordinary ship will also serve as a cutting-edge scientific laboratory for the observation, analysis and understanding of ocean plastic pollution and as an educational platform open to the public.
The Manta will be launched in 2024.

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About us

Company portrait

Created in 2016 by French-Swiss navigator and explorer Yvan Bourgnon, the NGO The SeaCleaners offers concrete solutions against plastic pollution, both at sea and on land, through corrective and preventive missions.

An observer member of the UN Environment and supported by the Albert II of Monaco Foundation and the CCI France International network, The SeaCleaners has four missions:

  • The protection of the environment with the collection of floating waste and the collection of waste on land with its teams of volunteers;
  • Education and pedagogy, with the development of awareness-raising activities for the populations affected, the general public and decision-makers;
  • Scientific research;
  • Promotion of the transition to a circular economy.

In particular, The SeaCleaners is developing a pioneering solution for the collection and recovery of floating plastic macro-waste: the Manta, an innovative vessel equipped with an onboard plant, which will be launched in 2024. This giant of the seas will be the first ocean-going vessel capable of collecting and treating floating ocean waste en masse before it breaks up and penetrates the marine ecosystem in the long term. A true technological challenge, the Manta will be powered by a combination of several renewable energy production technologies to minimize its carbon footprint.

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