The HAN Solarboat is being built in IIME’s workshop in Doetinchem. There you’ll find all the tools necessary for developing prototypes.
The boat is 5.8m long and its width is 1.60m.
The boat weight, including pilot, is about 180kg.
The pilot needs to wear a life jacket. The life jacket can be inflated by manually pulling a wire.
The pilot needs to have a navigation license.
The solar panels provide just as much power as the amount of power that a coffee machine uses.
Join the team!
The HAN Solarboat team is always looking for enthusiastic people to join our team. We offer a wide variety of internships and the possibility to work on projects revolving around the HAN Solarboat. Not looking for an internship or a project, but you still want to join the team? A place in the raceteam might be what you’re searching for. The only thing you need is a passion for solar boat racing.
The HAN Solarboat is built by students of the HAN University of Applied Sciences. Next to constructing the boat, the students continuously progress in developing the HAN Solarboat and constantly strive for improvement. As an intern you’ll be helping the HAN Solarboat achieve its next success. Curious about what an internship with the HAN Solarboat has to offer?
Do you want to be part of the HAN Solarboat Raceteam? There’s always place for enthusiastic people! As a member of the race team you’ll apply, but also gain, a lot of knowledge. You’ll also be participating in national and international races. As a member of the raceteam we expect the following of you:
Not looking for an internship, but you do want to work on the HAN Solarboat? You can also start a solarboat related project here at IIME. Do you have a project in mind?
The results of the races the HAN Solarboat partook in.