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  • Tea breaks will never be the same

    Blogpost by nicole - December 9, 2005 at 3:59

    Seeing my first whale in the wild was one of the most amazing moments of my life. It's also one of the only times I can remember experiencing the slightly weird phenomena of crying happy tears. That is until yesterday when I saw another one.

    It wa... Read more >

  • Are we having fun yet?

    Blogpost by nicole - December 7, 2005 at 4:35
    "It was like a hole opened up in the ocean and we fell into it".
    Andy on the Arctic Sunrise at around 04:00, 12/05/05

    The last twenty-four hours onboard the Arctic Sunrise have been a bit of a nightmare. On Sunday afternoon, after two beautiful d... Read more >

  • Endless rolling ocean

    Blogpost by nicole - December 2, 2005 at 5:10 3 comments

    The sea down here is always in motion: always rolling, forming waves and dissolving them, colliding with itself, shifting forms and colors, casting illusions and revealing secrets - it seems more like a million small seas with separate agendas rath... Read more >

  • Life and Work on the Poop Deck

    Blogpost by nicole - December 1, 2005 at 9:28 1 comment
    It's around 8 p.m., and the evening is winding down. We've got a following sea, so the ship is riding pretty smooth right now. In a following sea, the poop deck is the place to be, as you can watch the waves come up on us, and loom high above before o... Read more >
  • How Things Come 'Round in Life

    Blogpost by nicole - November 28, 2005 at 8:52 66 comments
    Hello all -

    Well, we're at sea, a little more than two days out of Cape Town. While stuff is being posted on the website and the campaign has no-doubt updated you, I thought I'd give y'all a note from my perspective.

    In the biggest picture, it'... Read more >

  • WMDs found at last!

    Blogpost by jhocevar - November 4, 2005 at 12:02 3 comments
    Over several decades, the U.S. military dumped millions of pounds of weapons of mass destruction into the ocean. Enormous amounts of mustard gas, nuclear material, high explosives, and chemical weapons were dropped into waters near Europe, Japan, and... Read more >
  • good news/bad news

    Blogpost by jhocevar - October 27, 2005 at 5:17 2 comments
    You want the good news first, or the bad news? Ok, bad news first.

    It's been a tough week for the oceans. First, a report by the World Conservation Congress found that we could lose half of the planet's coral reefs in the next 40 years unless we ta... Read more >
  • menu strikes again

    Blogpost by jhocevar - October 24, 2005 at 6:31
    Earlier this year, Greenpeace tried to inject a little reality - and some humor - into a meeting of U.S. fisheries managers. Our "waiters" distributed a menu of what's missing to managers from NOAA Fisheries, the three multi-state fisheries commissio... Read more >
  • THE END

    Blogpost by nicole - October 12, 2005 at 12:05 1 comment

    The Coast Guard was true to their word and let us drop anchor a mile off shore at 11.45 a.m. Monday morning. We were foolish enough to think that we would be able to start bringing people off the Arctic Sunrise at that time. Instead, half a dozen ...

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  • Sorry Miami

    Blogpost by nicole - October 10, 2005 at 6:00 7 comments

    On Saturday morning, the sun was shining, the birds were singing and it was a beautiful day onboard the Arctic Sunrise. Tropical Storm Tammy was nothing but a bad dream, and we had finally woken up. Even the seasick gang had emerged from their bunk... Read more >

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