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Barbados Garbage study

Barbados Garbage Study – by Bryson Lat: 13 degrees 15 min N Long: 059 degrees 33 min W Frequent readers of our wandering – both geographically and mentally...

Barbados Garbage study
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News from Fernando Part II

A beautiful Brazilian national park island.Hugh taking it all in. The Archipelago of Fernando De Noronha lies about 340km due east from mainland Brazil. Rising steeply...

News from Fernando Part II
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News from Fernando Part I

Aqua-blue waves greeted us on arrival. Plenty of close-outs, but no complaints. Thought we’d give a quick update of what we’ve been up to since dropping...

News from Fernando Part I
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The Most ANNOYING Noise in the World

Imagine someone coming into your room in the middle of the night with a giant gong, sneaking up nice and close to you and smacking...

The Most ANNOYING Noise in the World
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Searching for Surf on St. Helena

Searching for surf on St. Helena – by Bryson Frequent blog followers will be privy to our search for a mystical barrelling right hand point break...

Searching for Surf on St. Helena
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Part 1: The Sitka Surfing Outreach Initiative, the Indian Ocean.

The popularity of surfing and surfers has been in flux since the first wave riders experienced the thrill of rushing towards shore, powered by the...

Part 1: The Sitka Surfing Outreach Initiative, the Indian Ocean.
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Crossing the Atlantic and the forgotten isle of St Helena - by Bryson

Latitude: 23 deg 12’S Longitude: 004 deg 09’E The icy South Atlantic lapped against Khulula’s hull during the entirety of our Cape Town retrofit. Water temperatures of...

Crossing the Atlantic and the forgotten isle of St Helena - by Bryson
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Cocos Keeling: Australian Paradise and Indonesia's Garbage Dump

Words by: Bryson Latitude: 12 deg 05′ S Longitude: 96 deg 53′ E Cocos (Keeling) Islands group is an isolated cluster of islands approximately 2000 km due west...

Cocos Keeling: Australian Paradise and Indonesia's Garbage Dump
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You know what this is ? It is a celebration...

Words by: Bryson Latitude: 28 deg 43’S Longitude: 34 deg 57’E When planning our longer voyages, we tend to try and ensure that no-ones birthday will occur at...

You know what this is ? It is a celebration...
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Techmology Part 1: Communication

Words by: Hugh In an effort to turn this into a bit of a two way flow of information, I’m going to start by posting answers...

Techmology Part 1: Communication
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The virtues and benefits of keeping your bottom clean

Words by: Ryan Lat: 22 deg 15.5 S Long: 053 deg 18.7 E I have a point to ponder for all you thinkers out there… Having a dirty...

The virtues and benefits of keeping your bottom clean
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Welcome to the Mascerene Archipelago

Words by: Bryson Latitude: 20 deg 56′ S Longitude: 55 deg 17’E The mighty Mascerene Archipelago covers almost 1.2 million square kilometers of the south western...

Welcome to the Mascerene Archipelago
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Halfway Around the World

Words by: Bryson Lat: 18 degrees 33 minutes S Long: 67 degrees 55 minutes E The small little numbers flashing away on the GPS tell us many things....

Halfway Around the World
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Shift Work on Khulula

Words by: Dave Abercrombie Lat: 18 degrees 42 min S Long: 066 degrees 38 min E A tap on the shoulder and I’m awake. A friendly voice and...

Shift Work on Khulula
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Are they in cahoots against me?

Words by: Ryan Lat: 17 degrees 20 min S Long: 075 degrees 25 min E The sight of slivery clouds of flying fish bursting from the crest of...

Are they in cahoots against me?
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Sailing is Romantic

Words by: Bryson Lat: 13 degrees 19 minutes S Long: 96 degrees 39 minutes E Sailing around the world is highly romanticized. One imagines beautiful empty beaches, friendly...

Sailing is Romantic
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Cocos Keeling: Australian Paradise and Indonesia's Garbage Dump

Location: 12° 05′ S, 96° 53′ E Words by: Bryson Cocos (Keeling) Islands group is an isolated cluster of islands approximately 2000 km due west of Bali,...

Cocos Keeling: Australian Paradise and Indonesia's Garbage Dump
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Oceangybe Dispatch - Help!

3000 miles later, the Vanuatan black magic has claimed its victim… Words by: Ryan THIS IS ALSO THE REASON THAT THIS BLOG IS TYPED IN CAPITAL LETTERS… OUR...

Oceangybe Dispatch - Help!
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Once again, we're still alive

Words by: Hugh Well hello faithful Oceangybe Blog readers! I see that our last blog entry is from August 13th, a while ago for sure....

Once again, we're still alive
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Happy (Belated) Birthday to Me

Words by: Hugh Lat: 08 degrees 40.5 minutes S Long: 115 degrees 26.2 minutes E Hello faithful Oceangybe Blog readers, once again I find myself in front of...

Happy (Belated) Birthday to Me
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Gastronomical Delights

Words by Steph Latitude: 08 deg 54′ S Longitude: 116 deg 26′ E In Indonesia, there are no typical local grocery stores in the small towns and villages...

Gastronomical Delights
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Plastic disposal techniques of the average Indonesian coastal dweller

Words by: Ryan Sumba, Indonesia 28 July 2008 Since leaving the island of Rote two weeks ago, we have not seen another cruising yacht, or any boat other...

Plastic disposal techniques of the average Indonesian coastal dweller
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Friday Island

10 000nm, a new ocean and 35 knots winds… Words by: Bryson Lat: 10 degrees 35 minutes S Long: 142 degrees 09 minutes E Khulula is sitting at the...

Friday Island
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Farewell to the PACIFIC OCEAN!

Lat: 09 deg 17.1′ S Long: 144 deg 13.5’E After 10,000 ocean miles, Khulula is on the brink of entering the intricate and much feared Torres Straight....

Farewell to the PACIFIC OCEAN!