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    Maritime Safety: How to Stay Safe at Sea

    By Damien Kenny When it comes to staying safe at sea, there is a lot to consider. Did you know that over 80% of drowning victims were not wearing life jackets? Drowning is the 3rd leading cause of unintentional injury worldwide so it’s important that you […]

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    Dolphins, Dolphins, Dolphins

    By Kelly Osborn Dolphins!!! I’ve been tossing about what to write here for the past several days, thoughtfully considering which experiences I should share, what angle to take. Between a busy schedule on board and a computer blip, there hasn’t been a good opportunity to […]

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    After a Haul Out in Camden

    By Steven Lansky. After a haul out in Camden, Maine, Sea Dragon gathered crew.  I came by air, Amtrak, and Concord Bus lines from Cincinnati via Boston.  This planned third voyage aboard for me provided an opportunity to meet four new crewmates.  I had sailed […]

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    The price of plastic: saving the ocean from humanities worst addiction

    Written by Joe Thomas What’s the price of a bottle of water, or a ready meal from the corner shop? One pound? Two ninety-nine? The real cost is probably more than you realise. That’s because our addiction to plastic is responsible for one of the worst […]

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    Turning Marker – making an important shift across Pangaea

    At Pangaea, our 2 part mission, anchored in a wonderfully powerful phrase by the Lorax, guides everything that we do. 1. To actively strengthen the health of marine life through Exploration, Conservation and Education work. 2. To inspire and develop a new generation of leaders […]

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    How Ocean Pollution Affects Humans

    The ocean plays a monumental part for life on our planet. It covers over 72% of the world’s surface and provides over 70% of the oxygen that we breathe. It is a giant body of water, which is the largest and most diverse ecosystem on […]

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    eXXpedition Caribbean Sponsor – Badaboom

    By eXXpedition Caribbean crew member Rigmor Solnes. I was very happy checking my mail and seeing this package when I got home from the eXXpedition. I am so thankful and grateful for getting Badaboom as a sponsor for my eXXpedition. Check out their webpage for information. […]

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    eXXpedition Caribbean Sponsor – Woobamboo

    By eXXpedition Caribbean crew member Rigmor Solnes. Thank you so much Woobamboo for sponsoring the crew and me onboard eXXpedition With Woobamboo bamboo  toothbrushes. Read more here. The toothbrushes are made of panda friendly and environmental sustainable bamboo.  

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    eXXpedition Caribbean Sponsor – Tufte Wear

    By eXXpedition Caribbean crew member Rigmor Solnes. Tufte Wear has been so very kind and contributing to my trip with the eXXpedition by giving me some clothes in bamboo. Thank you so much! They are super soft and comfy! What is Tufte Wear? Tufte Wear is a […]

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    Cooked, A Plastic Perspective

    Recently I have been watching a four part documentary on Netflix called Cooked based on the book by food author, Michael Pollan. It’s a fascinating look not just at the chemistry and history of cooked food but also the place cooking and food holds in […]

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