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Jul 20 – 27, 2015
This year, the expedition will see us head further into the largely unexplored gyre to gather more samples to increase our knowledge of the relationship between plankton and micro plastics.
Jul 30 - Aug 8, 2015
Eight days of sailing from the Azores to the Canaries across the North Atlantic Gyre assisting scientists with plastic pollution data collection and debating causes and solutions
Aug 22 - 31, 2015
Jump off the hamster wheel of everyday life and join us for a big adventure with a bigger purpose.
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Long-tail whitebirds swoop above us,
Container ships chug along,
The stars brighten and fade,
Bermuda, see you in not too long!
One thing we can all agree on is that we had the adventure of a lifetime, one that we’ll be writing about for months to come. As the mission leader, I hope that everyone will also reflect on the anthropogenic challenges humans are placing on the oceans, and contemplate ways we can make the world a better place.
The wonders of this expedition add on, with each passing day and it becomes increasingly difficult for me to do a rating from 1-10. The star-canopied sky brings immense pleasure on Night Watch. Yesterday, Shanley, Ally and I spoke about the constellations. I tell them how my father taught my siblings and me, to identify the Great Bear, with its shape like a question mark. In India, we also call it the “Saptarishi,” or the Seven Sages with the little star, next to them, symbolic of the steadfast wife of one of them, Arundhati. At Hindu weddings, whatever the time of the day, the groom takes his bride out and points out to that star.