The following teams have indicated their interest to participate in the 2018 competition.

Official registration opens on the 15th of July, 2017. Logistical constraints limit the number of teams who can take part in the eISR. Places on the start line are earned on the basis of a qualification round which takes place over the course of the coming year. To qualify to race, teams must pass four engineering stage gates, in whatever order they choose. The Stage Gates are (R)eport, (S)pecification, (V)ideo, (P)hotos and (f) final payment. The status of each team will be updated here as the stage gates are completed. The first 12 teams to complete all of the stage gates and pay their race fees will be invited to race.

The links in the table will take you to the teams’ websites, where you will find more information posted by the teams themselves about their designs and the progress they are making towards qualification.

01 University of Victoria Chinook propeller i fa R S V P
02 Rhine Waal University Rivershark nonprop i fa R S V P
03 Delft University of Technology Wasub VIII propeller i fa R S V P
06 Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal Archimede VII propeller i fa R S V P
07 Ecole de Technologie Superieure Omer 11 prop/non prop i fa R S V P
08 University of Warwick Godiva 4 propeller i R S V P
09 University of California San Diego Vaquita nonprop i (f)(a) R S V P
11 University of British Columbia Skookumchuk 4 propeller i fa R S V P
12 University of Michigan Bluefin propeller i fa R S V P
14 University of Southampton Nauti Buoy propeller i R S V P
15 University of Washington Knotty Dawg propeller, 2-man i fa R S V P
16 Florida Atlantic University HPS Atlantic propeller i fa R S V P
17 Texas A&M University Hullabalooga propeller, 2-man i fa R S V P
18 Technical University of Gdansk Nautilus propeller i (f)(a) R S V P