Yachting World Writes About Atlantic Adventures on Sea Dragon

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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 sailors: those who have been aground; and those who lie.

One day in December last year anyone on the banks of the Essequibo River in Guyana would have beheld a most unlikely sight. Surrounded by the vibrant green flora of the Amazon rainforest, the former Global Challenge yacht Sea Dragon was gently listing to starboard as she sat haplessly on a sandbar just a few miles from the destination port of Bartica.

An eventful, adventurous and exciting trip! The all-female crew of 14 women, included scientists and artists from the UK, US, Canada, Norway and Italy, all with varying degrees of sailing experience.

Read the entire article on Yachting World’s Website.