The first atlantic crossing by an unmanned surface vehicle.

The SB Met has made it across and we are very proud of her. She is the first ever unmanned surface vehicle to complete an Atlantic crossing. After 80 days at sea she has finally arrived at the finish line. Deployed in Newfoundland, she has travelled to Ireland sailing a total of 5100 km to cover the 3000 km stretch.

Thanks to the Marine Institute’s Centre for Applied Ocean Technology in Newfoundland for deploying it

Having crossed the atlantic the SB Met also reached Norway. The SB Met has traveled a for 118 days at sea the and covered total of 7800 km in all kinds of weather from Newfoundland to Norway via Ireland.

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See also Microtransat map

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