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Latest from the Sea Dragon

Hi Everyone, Below an update on the progress of the Sea Dragon, as posted by the Captain, Rodrigo and the First Mate Jessie, in the last 24 hrs. They are in constant communication with Pangea Explorations obtaining weather updates and advice as they skirt the edges of...

An update from Tracey via Satellite Phone

Hello Everyone Well it has been over a week now on the boat sailing and I am finally getting a blog post out.  Time moves in blocks at the moment, 3 hours on watch and 6 hours off (a good portion the first few days spent sleeping) and often I have no idea which day it...

On the edge of the debris field

This post issued yesterday by 5gyres.org This could have been someones home June 18th 2012, Marcus Eriksen, www.5gyres.org Noontime position: 30.50N, 156.30E We are heading along 31N trying to make as many miles east as possible in the next few days to sail clear of...

Happy Fathers Day!

Recieved this email today from the SeaDragon crew. "Hi Fathers out there! In the USA, today is Father's Day, so even though not all of your fathers are american, we thought we share it with you too. Things are good at sea, gentle wind and sun, lots of plastic and the...

The seas foamed and the winds roared

Hi Everyone, This is the second post by 1plasticDad, on behalf of 1plasticMum as she has been incommunicado since leaving the Port of Tokyo last Sunday morning. In the week they have been sailing we have only sporadic posts from her co-sailors, which tell  of 5 meter...

Life in Harbour before Departure

Hi Everyone, This post is by 1plasticDad, on behalf of 1plasticMum as she has been incommunicado since leaving the Port of Tokyo last Sunday morning. Below are some photos and video of her life in port before departing in the wash of Typhoon Mawar. As this is my first...