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Moray Base - design by Maridea
Moray Base - design by Maridea

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Semi-sub prototype
Semi-sub prototype

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2022 Winning team - best performance of their structure
2022 Winning team - best performance of their structure

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Moray Base - design by Maridea
Moray Base - design by Maridea

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2023 APPLICATIONS NOW CLOSED!

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ABOUT THE CHALLENGE

The global Floating Wind Challenge is a challenge initiated by OffshoreWind4Kids. The challenge stimulates young engineers to design and build the best floating wind support structure. During the 2023 edition young engineers will build the best floating wind support structure for a Vevor 400W turbine!  🌊💨

AFTERMOVIE 2022 EDITION

The first edition was organised in the academic year of 2021/2022, with a final competition at Deltares in May 2022. 10 groups from around the world participated in the challenge of which 6 teams tested their structure at the basin in Deltares. For the 2023 edition we go even bigger: the final competition will be at Scheveningen beach 🇳🇱

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APPLY TO PARTICIPATE

Applications for entry to the 2023 Floating Wind Challenge are now closed. If your team / university is considering participating in the world's most prestigious and challenging offshore wind competition, please send us an email and pre-register for the 2024 edition. 

FUNDING

Interested in supporting the 2024 Floating Wind Challenge? 
Send us an email on floatingwindchallenge@gmail.com to discuss partner possibilities.

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