King’s Christian Academy
Length: 7 days, 6 nights
Focus: Adventure Sailing, Exploring, Science
Welcome back King’s Christian Academy!
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.
They will learn about the work Sea Dragon does and the environmental issues facing the oceans, more specifically; plastics pollution, chemical pollution, global warming and ocean acidification. through both mini-lectures and using the research equipment aboard Sea Dragon.
With free time for swimming, snorkeling, and beach exploration, this trip will give our budding sailors, scientists, ocean, and environmental ambassadors, swimmers, and adventurers a truly amazing experience to take off into the world in whatever role and capacity they chose to embark on in the future.
If you represent a school/College/University group and would like to do a trip like this, with us, get in touch and we can put together a bespoke expedition with you, for your students.
Eric Loss – Skipper
Eric has been Captain on board Sea Dragon since January 2013 and he loves to facilitate the understanding of and connection to the sea for all of those who come on board.
Shanley McEntee – First Mate
With a degree in Environmental Policy and Marine Science, Shanley continues to explore the world and the different issues mother earth faces. She’s full time with Sea Dragon as First Mate since January of 2013.
January 20: Crew arrive at 1400, briefings, intros, move in and familiarisation aboard Sea Dragon.
January 21: Sail training and practicing
January 22: Off to Sea to put the training into practice.
January 23-26: Sailing, science, lectures, swimming, island exploration, snorkeling
January 27: Crew depart at 1000
– 6 nights accommodation on Sea Dragon
– All meals, snacks and drinks on board
– Sailing Instruction
– Safety equipment and foul weather gear
Contribution does not include:
– Transportation to and from Grenada
– Transportation to and from the boat
– Additional nights spent ashore
– Personal expenses while in port or onshore
All crew members will require a passport and visas from their home country that will allow them to travel to/ from Grenada. Please look into the specific type of visa you need for arriving at these destinations by sea: www.travel.state.gov/visa.