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Crew Update: Round Britain Day 10

Photo blog: eXXpedition Round Britain on the Caledonian Canal by eXXpedition Co-founder Emily Penn and eXXpedition Round Britain crew member Carol Devine The Round Britain Crew will be sending us daily updates from Sea Dragon, which will be posted here on the eXXpedition website. You will also be able to see updates from the crew […]

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Crew Update: Round Britain Day 9

eXXpedition Round Britain crew member Bryony Meakins updates us on the sailing conditions on the exciting new Caledonian Canal route from Arran: “We set sail from Arran with a nice force 4 wind and fairly flat seas in the shelter of the Mull of Kintyre with a sighting of porpoises to wish us on our […]

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Crew Update: Round Britain Day 8

eXXpedition Round Britain leg 2 crew member Carol Devine meets her fellow crew members and Pangaea Exploration’s Sea Dragon for the first time: Mother Nature Rules: Changing Course Leg 2: Arran Island “The first thing I see arriving on Arran Island off the ferry is A bunch of bright green furry mossy rocks on the […]

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Crew Update: Round Britain Day Six

eXXpedition Round Britain crew member Vanessa Stephenson explains why day six was her “perfect day” on Sea Dragon: Day 5 “Ended Day 5 on a high. I took the helm on night watch and steered our multi-million dollar yacht on a course guided by stars and lights in the distance. To add to this there […]

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Crew Update: Round Britain Day Four

eXXpedition Round Britain crew member Gail Tudor updates us on her visit to Cardiff and how plastic is having a far more prominent role than expected this early in the sail: “Our two days in Cardiff were amazing. Lots of boat tours with families who were really interested in the mission and determined to help […]

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Crew Update: Round Britain Day Three

eXXpedition Round Britain crew member Deborah Maw updates us on what has been “rollercoaster ride” of a first couple of days: “This is Friday evening and I’m writing from our storytelling venue – a very charming cafe next to the World of Boats and Doctor Who Exhibition. We left Plymouth on Tuesday evening amidst much […]

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Crew Update: Round Britain Day One

Update from Round Britain Crew Member Lynne Braham: “Yesterday we were just 14 women. None of us knew each other. One or two of us had met once or twice and some of us didn’t know anyone at all. We were just 14 diverse women, brought together by a single cause, but individual and unique […]

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