When Alexandre Seux (founder of TEMO) sailed around the world in 2015, he observed a problem with dinghies that he kept seeing in ports around the world.
Until now, there have been two different types of propulsion systems on dinghies: Oars as well as motors. Oars are relatively heavy and require a lot of power. Motors, on the other hand, are difficult to transport, difficult to store and difficult to maintain.
How can we get around these limitations and increase the pleasure of boating?
By observing the development of electric, portable devices (such as battery-powered vacuum cleaners or electric scooters), TEMO was born. Inspired mainly by the evolution of urban mobility, the idea of transferring electric mobility to the water was born.