Month: January 2017

Volunteer Deckhands Wanted!

Come to Sea. Know the Ocean. Build skills. Be a team. Never be the Same. Pangaea is looking for volunteer deckhands on our 72′ yacht for three voyages in 2017! We’re looking for someone who is enthusiastic, a fast learner, a water person with some […]

Leisure with Purpose | Antigua – ST. Barths – ST. Martin

What we do in our 5 to 9 is just as important, if not more important than our 9 to 5! Leisure with purpose is a a 7 day trip from the Feb 19 – 25, 2017. Join us and the crew of SV Sea Dragon as […]

We are Boot Düsseldorf 2017

We are at Boot Düsseldorf 2017

Come and see us!!!!

The boot Düsseldorf is the most important platform in the world for the presentation of all aspects of sailing. This year we are there!

Emily Penn, Co-Founder of Pangaea Explorations, now Co-Founder & Director at eXXpedition is there as our representative, so pop over to the ‘Love Your Ocean’ stand in hall 4 and have a chat to Emily about past and upcoming expeditions. We’d love to see you!

Watch Emily as she sets alight the stage with her presentations on
‘Love Your Ocean’ at the Water Pixel World Stage, Hall 4, Daily at 13:00

‘Seas of Plastic’ Sailing Centre Stage, Hall 15, Sunday 22nd at 16:30 (30 minutes) Then Daily from Mon 23rd – Sun 29th at 15:00

Ocean Plastic Solutions Workshop, Love Your Ocean Stand, Hall 4,Sunday 22nd at 15:00,
Sat 21st & daily Mon 23rd – Sun 29th at 16:00

Keynote – Blue Oceans with Less Waste,Ocean Symposium, Room 28, CCD South
Tuesday 24th at 11:15

Join Us on our 2017 expeditions Here

Adventure Sail Training | Antigua & Barbuda

ARE YOU UP FOR SOME ADVENTURE SAIL TRAINING? We still have some places available!!!! Join us and the crew of the SV Sea Dragon as we explore the stunning beaches and reefs of Antigua and Barbuda on a 7 day trip from the 12 Feb […]

Yachting World Writes About Atlantic Adventures on Sea Dragon

Recently, Yachtmaster Ocean and Yachtmaster instructor Emily Caruso joined us on the SV Sea Dragon, and with a crew of marine scientists and environmentalists sailed from Senegal to Guyana, crossing the Atlantic Ocean. A very wise man once told me that there are two kinds of […]