The sun is setting, casting her last intense, warm hues across a blue world. The water ripples softly, quietly reflecting the fading golden light. The mountains become silhouettes, forming a jagged, toothy horizon. This is a view I have seen many times before. It is beautiful, familiar, and comforting. Today, I am finally back on … More Five Days To the End of the World
In a few day’s time, I will begin a five day journey to the end of the world: two days of flying and a stopover in Chile to pick up supplies for the boat, followed by a thirty-six hour ferry to the southernmost town in the world. Once I return to Isla Navarino, I will rejoin … More What’s Next: An Expedition to South Georgia Island
Quick quiz: Do you wear shirts? Do you like boats? Do you like science? Do you want to buy this t-shirt? (Hint: All answers should be YES) I designed a sailing tee to sell for a good cause. It is only for sale for 3 more days! Pick yours up here: http://teespring.com/tallship And read more about … More Only 3 More Days!
Two of my deepest passions in life are science and sailing. As most of you know, when I went to South America this year, I stumbled upon an incredible opportunity to combine those two passions aboard the SRV Saoirse. I extended my time in South America by a few months in order to continue sailing … More Supporting Science at Sea… with super cool t-shirts
Part of what sets Saoirse apart from other sailing yachts is the fact that captains Greg and Keri have a vision to do good, important work through their vessel. Whether serving communities, advancing education, or working on conservation, they look for projects that will somehow contribute to the greater good. In Patagonia, a largely unexplored … More Sailing for Science