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Mother Nature dictates the pace..

Mother Nature dictates the pace..

It’s all a waiting game!… by Tom McMahon – Deckhand aboard Sea Dragon. In the last blog post I mentioned that we were still on land, because we where waiting for a vital part to arrive here, in Lanzarote. I am pleased to say that […]

Eat, Sleep, Maintenance, Repeat

Eat, Sleep, Maintenance, Repeat

Preperation is key… by Tom McMahon – Deckhand aboard Sea Dragon. Preparation is key, so I’m told. whether this is true or not, we have been working hard to make sure the good ship Sea Dragon is well and truly set for the epic transatlantic […]

‘The Sea is calling, so I must go’

‘The Sea is calling, so I must go’

Going again… by Tom McMahon – Deckhand aboard Sea Dragon. Once again I am sailing on Sea Dragon, It has been a year since I first set foot on the yacht and here I am, aboard once more. I’ve been looking forward to returning. One […]

Doing Well By Doing Good

Doing Well By Doing Good

Challenging poverty, inequality and climate change   CNBC Catalyst and UBS have joined forces in an unprecedented partnership to highlight the impetus for Sustainable Investment and opportunities in alignment with the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals.   We are humbled and honored that Pangaea Exploration […]

Guest Blog | Five Magical Days on Sea Dragon

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 […]

Deckhand Positions 2018 | Now Open

Deckhand Positions 2018 | Now Open

Apply Now   Pangaea is looking for volunteer deckhands/media managers for our 2018 Pacific Trip. Prior sailing experience is a major plus, good attitude, willingness to work hard and learn is a must. You’ll be leading a watch, teaching guests, assisting researchers, helping Shanley & […]

Hola warm and balmy, Adiós autumnal weather

Hola warm and balmy, Adiós autumnal weather

The adventure continues… 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 […]

Returning Sea Dragon to Blue waters

Returning Sea Dragon to Blue waters

Back Aboard… By Eric Loss – Skipper We settle back into all the old routines without too much prompting! We have a good group aboard for this first leg down to Madeira, and we’re off to a good start – a fast first 24 hours […]

eXXpedition Round Britain | London to Plymouth

eXXpedition Round Britain | London to Plymouth

The Final Push… By Kat Law – Deckhand For the first 24 hours, the forecast was for some light winds, and we did manage to get some wonderful sailing in before the stronger winds filled in. We got some glorious sailing in, whizzing along making […]

eXXpedition Round Britain | Inverness – Edinburgh – London

eXXpedition Round Britain | Inverness – Edinburgh – London

The adventure continues… By Kat Law – Deckhand As we passed through the final lock, we were all sad to be leaving the canal and its calm beauty, but excited to get more sailing underway! We were blessed with calmer weather than previous trips and […]

eXXpedition Round Britain | Belfast – Arran

eXXpedition Round Britain | Belfast – Arran

Caledonian: Crew Changeovers and Canals The first trip of this Leg was slightly reminiscent of the infamous ‘Lands End’ and with lumpy seas and moderate winds, the gremlin of seasickness returned. However, we powered on through and got some epic sailing done in big swells […]

eXXpedition Round Britain | Cardiff to Belfast

eXXpedition Round Britain | Cardiff to Belfast

The ‘E’ in ‘WOBBLE With eel-gate now resolved we could eventually get cracking albeit a bit behind schedule. The crew were eager and far more energetic with their seasickness behind them and we hoisted the sails despite facing big waves and getting soaked at the […]