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Our Locations

This is our preferred route but we still need to agree a Charging Plan with the Harbour Masters or Port Authorities at these locations. As we do this, more information will be posted here about the specific situation at each location, including whether the Charging Plan is Agreed, whether the infrastructure is installed and the location is deemed ‘Challenge Ready’ and whether the location is on a 100% renewable electricity tariff or even using it’s own renewable energy.


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The Challenge Route

Our STOP Locations have been chosen at approximately 50nm intervals around the coast. There is no other reason that that!

We need to create a daisy chain of charging solutions so that we can make a viable attempt to get round. They don’t need to be permanent installations though… having said that, one of the benefits of bringing media coverage to the Challenge means that we can highlight those Locations who are taking the lead in the evolution to a sustainable zero emissions future.

We will be calling at locations in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland and will showcase the extreme breadth of provision of UK maritime activities from small commercial fishing harbours to some of the busiest commercial ports and largest natural deep-water harbours in the world. We visit Trust ports, English Heritage sites, Council run Harbour or Port Authorities, Gold Anchor marinas, tourist hot spots and remote coastal villages.


Charging Requirements

The boat will likely need two x 22kw AC charging sockets to be available, but anything better or faster is a bonus. The WORLDs first rapid DC 150kw charging unit was installed this year in Plymouth and is testament to the UK’s leading position in the eMarine revolution.

For our Challenge to be viable we don’t need a network of these rapid chargers – we simply need something that is fit for purpose. ​

  • Your local STOP Location may be able to install a harbour side charger suitable for both EV and eBoat charging. 

  • Provision from an existing supply could be supplemented with AC chargers to provide a more flexible offering of marine chargers at your Location.

  • It may be possible to install a charger for use by commercial operations vessels and vehicles so that these can be transitioned to electric power. ​

  • ​There may be RNLI or other local volunteers who drive electric cars and need a top up facility.

  • The local sailing club or local marine engineers may want to transition their safety boat or engineering offering to zero emission systems.

Bringing these local needs together and taking advantage of the Round Britain eRIB Direct Sales Offer could help these locations take the plunge and invest in a cleaner, greener future. ​​

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