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Track the Progress of the SeaLeon in the 2018 Microtransat Challenge
Dalhousie Engineering has entered the Microtransat Challenge for the second time. This event tasks teams of engineers with designing and launching an autonomous sailboat, no longer than 2.4 metres in length, that is capable of crossing the Atlantic Ocean.
The SeaLeon, named after former Dean and original Dal Microtransat team lead Dr. Joshua Leon, is Dalhousie's entrant in the 2018 challenge. She launched on July 31, and has already travelled over 300km.
You can follow along with the SeaLeon's voyage via the Microtransat Challenge's live tracking site, which updates every 12 hours.
- 2018 Engineering Homecoming Events
- 10th Annual Dalhousie Engineering Alumni & Friends Golf Tournament
- Track the Progress of the SeaLeon in the 2018 Microtransat Challenge
- 28th Annual Faculty of Engineering Robot Competition
- Dr. Ted Hubbard Awarded Wighton Fellowship in Engineering Education
- Spring Convocation: Class of 2018
- Dr. Mae Seto Appointed to Irving Shipbuilding Research Chair in Marine Engineering and Autonomous Systems
- Dalhousie Coast to Coast Tour: Western Canada