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Mar 07 – Mar 15, 2015
Are you a student, graduate or working towards a career in environmental science or ocean conservation and outreach?
Dec 13 - 21, 2014
Join Emily Penn sailing across the Caribbean for a series of workshops designed to guide you to reaching your potential in a changing world
Oct 4 - 12, 2014
Gyre to Gaia is an uplifting voyage that aims to explore our intriguing relationship with the sea – and debate practical solutions to one of the most challenging ecological issues; ocean plastic pollution.
Recent Blog Posts
We disembarked Sea Dragon three days ago, and waved goodbye to the most beautiful of homes. Since then, I have woken religiously in the middle of the night and it’s taken me a good while to realise that no, I am no longer at sea. And with this comes a deep thwack of regret.
We’ve had a great few evenings of talks, by the artists on board – chatting, collaborating and showing their work – and Rodrigo and Belinda, sharing their extensive experience around the world filming and researching whales. One of the best things I learnt, which I mused on last night as we followed the full moon through the murky darkness, was that humpback whales may navigate by the moon…
We could be the last people on earth, if it weren’t for the fact that we are passing through the oil fields of the North Sea, and strange alien like constructions breach the horizon where a few days ago we hoped to see whales. The first rig I saw was named ‘Heather’. Orbited by the lights of protective supply ships, fire spurted from her innards, like dragons nesting.