click here to read more about the crew members on this voyage.) We rode off into the sunset with sails filled with fair winds. As the sky darkened and the moon took over we had a visitor. A Red Footed Booby (a type of seabird) settled on our railing and stayed there like a hood ornament until 6am. I know because I was on watch from 2am to 6am and he helped keep me awake. Mahalo! Bonnie Monteleone
Brooksbank Elementary School! The moon beams followed us into our first 100 nautical miles (nm) by 6 am today. Follow along and we’ll look forward to your questions and comments.
Hello Maine Homeschool! We’ll be learning right along with you as we commence our 10 year retrospective on the plastic pollution in the North Pacific Gyre. Check out the Red Footed Booby who is also tagging along!
West High, Anchorage Alaska- we look forward to sharing the 10 year anniversary resample research cruise in the N. Pacific Garbage Patch, as well as sharing the interesting marine life that present themselves along the way. Stay tuned and ask away.