It took us several months of intense research, but we finally found her. Sabali - which means patience in Bambara language - is a solid 40ft monohull sailboat capable of handling rough weather conditions and accessing remote areas.
Extended offshore navigation requires energetic self-sufficiency. This is why we aim to equip Sabali with solar panels, a wind turbine and a hydrogenerator, in order to explore the world in a sustainable manner thanks to sunlight, wind & water.
Sabali will also be able to host an in-house lab, in order to collect multidisciplinary and precise data revealing the current state of health of our oceans. With a minimum capacity of 6 people on board, Sabali will be able to welcome scientists so they can join the adventure and have direct access to the data.