Opening doors

at sea and on land

The eXXpedition team is passionate about the importance of diversity and inclusiveness in our voyages, and is pleased to work with generous partners and foundations to offer crew spaces to individuals who might otherwise not have the opportunity to join us.

We consider all of our applicants for new bursary opportunities, especially exceptional women in science from countries that are underrepresented on board.

If you are interested in discussing opportunities to fund a bursary position, please email

“This bursary has allowed me to carry out my work at Global Plastic Action Partnership in Indonesia with a deeper understanding and to share this knowledge with the people of Indonesia.”

– Kirana Agustina, Leg One of eXXpedition Round the World

Meet our bursary recipients

Women in STEM and Marine Conservation

Bursary Partners and sponsors

Thank You

Our bursaries were made possible by generous partners and anonymous donors.

Bursary blogs

14 days at sea, 1617 nautical miles

Ten years ago, when I had just started my study in marine science – although I studied at one of the best universities in Indonesia – my perspective on the ocean was more or less similar to that of most Indonesian young people:  “what will I do with this degree and can I make a life with it?”

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