Upcoming Expeditions

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    15 Nov - 8 Dec

    Atlantic Odyssey | Tenerife to Barbados

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    Join Sea Dragon to sail in the Atlantic Odyssey – enjoy the festivities, get some practice in, meet other crew. Sail across the Atlantic for a once in a lifetime ocean crossing opportunity. In Barbados, come explore this spectacular island and participate in the excitement and parties of all the other rally boats arriving.

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    16th - 22nd Dec

    Grenadines and Turtles | Barbados to Trinidad

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    Cruise down the windward islands from Barbados to Trinidad, past jungle-covered mountains and spectacular reefs as we visit Bequia and Tobago Cays, a little slice of paradise where herds of friendly sea turtles more than happy to share the water with you.

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    20-27th Jan 2018

    King’s Christian Academy

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    On this school’s expedition, students will learn some essential knot-tying, dinghy driving,  the basics of sailing and sail trimming, as well as navigation, and environmental issues facing the oceans.

Recent Blog Posts

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GUEST BLOG

Five magical days on Sea Dragon My take on a week with the Pangaea Exploration crew as we sailed the Atlantic from Madeira to Lanzarote by Andy McLean I’m sitting here at the table in the saloon of Sea Dragon on the final day of my first offshore passage in a long time, reflecting on an epic few days with the […]

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Deckhand Positions for 2018 | Open

Pangaea is looking for volunteer deckhands/media managers for our 2018 Pacific Trip. Prior sailing experience is a major plus, and good attitude, willingness to work hard and learn is a must. You’ll be leading a watch, teaching guests, assisting researchers, helping Shanley & Eric in all aspects of yacht maintenance and operations, and producing and curating social media content – video, images, and blogs.

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Hola warm and balmy, adiós autumnal weather

Frontal systems and Portuguese trades Madeira By Eric Loss – Skipper We arrived in Madeira yesterday afternoon after a fabulously fast 24 hour’s run of 207nm. It’s been an interesting passage from Plymouth – a textbook frontal system with near gale force winds and driving rain in the Bay of Biscay, lots of light air as we slowly escaped from […]