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Discover Antigua

Antigua is one of the islands in the West Indies. It is also considered to be one of the Leeward Islands in the Caribbean region. Also stands as the main island in the country of Antigua and Barbuda. This country has became an independent state within the Commonwealth...

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The World’s Deepest Dwelling Fish

Image credit: Mackenzie Gerringer, University of Washington. He might not be easy on the eyes, but this fish has made history. About 27,000 feet down in the Pacific Oceans Marina Trench you might find this 2-4 inch sea creature called the Pseudoliparis swirei. It...

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How To Get Your Captain’s License

Sailing is one of those pastimes that takes a lot of dedication and work to see everything pay off. There are certain requirements and pre-requisites that you need to obtain in order to become fully licensed as a captain. This is a list of everything needed in order...

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Discover Key West

Key West is an island city that lies in the Straits of Florida close to North America. The city of the island lies at the southernmost end of the historical route U.S. Route 1, the longest north-south running road in the United States. This is also the southernmost...

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Top 3 Christmas Items for Sailors

The holidays are coming up and there is nothing else that a sailor would want except more sailing gear or anything that would make them more successful out on the water. To help you all get ready for upcoming Christmas Shopping, here is a list of the top 3 sailing...

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Top 3 Spots to Go Surfing in Southern California!

Sadly, summer can't last forever, but have no fear because winter is here! Celebrate by hitting one or all of the top three surf spots in southern Cali!   1.  Black's Beach: San Diego, CA Black's Beach is a 2-mile-long strip of sand famous for its amazing wave...

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Most Notable California Ocean Conservation Companies

NATIONAL MARINE MAMMAL FOUNDATION: NMMF thrives in taking care of Navy marine mammals. Who, because of the unparalleled care of the NMMF team, can live longer than their fellow counterparts in the wild. Between the past 50 years, the Navy Marine Mammal Program has...

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Protecting Patagonian Water Can Lead to Seabird Conservation

As of right now, only 3% of our ocean’s surface is protected which is notably less than the amount of terrestrial land that we are protecting. It has been shown that we could increase the percentage of seabird conservation by over 20%.  Right now, seabirds are the...

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5 Best Travel Vlogging Tips:

Do you love to travel? What about having a big trip coming up that you'll want to capture forever? Whatever the occasion, vlogs are a perfect way to express yourself and show your wild side! Here are our top 5 tips to make sure your video blogs reach a larger audience...

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3 Travel Bloggers You NEED To Know

Even bloggers admire each other for their creative drive and original ideas! Here are our top 3 people we think you'd enjoy: 1. A Broken Backpack: Melissa is a Canadian travel blogger who has been on the road since 2014! She holds plenty of resources for those who...

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10 Main Ways to Live Your Best Life

How do you view your life today? Are you in the right mental state? Do you love what you're doing? If you can't quite answer those questions the way you wanted, maybe take a look at the 10 main ways we think you can alter yourself for the better! 1. Think of every day...

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How is Global Warming affecting our Planet?

Pollution affects over 100 million people, categorizing itself as one of the top global killers. The National Academy of Sciences estimated that every year 14 billion pounds of waste are dumped into the ocean by ocean-based sources, including cargo ships and cruise...

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Discover Kodiak Island

Kodiak Island is a large island off of Alaska's southern coast. It is the largest island in the Kodiak Archipelago. It is actually the 80th largest island in the world with a total area of 9,311.24 sq. km. It measures in total 99 miles (160 km) long and in width...

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Benefits of a Pescatarian Diet

What exactly is a pescatarian? The word pescatarian is a combination of the Italian word for fish, which is "pesce", and the word "vegetarian".  A pescatarian is a person who follows a vegetarian diet but adds fish and seafood to it. People choose to incorporate fish...

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Three of the Best Sailing Destinations in the World

Sailing is an experience like no other, but the location can certainly enhance the joy of that experience. There are so many places to sail all around the world, but here we will list three of the best sailing locations in the world. Thailand, Greece, and Australia...

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Sharks Prevent Climate Change?

New research from Bournemouth University has discovered that overfishing and shark finning might increase climate change and create more greenhouse gasses. Ecological Informatics, a popular journal,  published a paper demonstrating the importance of keeping sharks in...

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Ocean Awareness Art Contest!

Climate change is the biggest environmental concern of our lifetime. As the promises of global climate change are taking place, we need to broadcast the danger and importance of keeping our planet clean and green. This contest is an opportunity for young adult artists...

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Discover Aruba

Aruba is an island and a constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in the southern Carribean sea. It is located close to 1,600 kilometers west of the main part of the Lesser Antilles and 29 kilometers north of the cost of Venezuela. In total it measures...

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Sand can Benefit your Skin

The beauty industry has created what seems like an endless amount of face products, which for most can be very overwhelming. How can we know for sure what works well with our skin type? Trying every product in the market seems impossible and costly, and may...

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Dive into the Sunken Pirate City

Port Royal, a village located on the southeast coast of Jamaica, was once considered to be the "richest and wickedest city in the world". Port Royal was the largest city in the Caribbean, operating as the center of shipping and commerce in the Caribbean Sea. Jamaica...

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Climate Changes Affect On Sea Turtles

You might have heard that climate change could possibly increase the size of some sea turtle populations, by boosting the number of female turtles. How could that possibly happen? Well, oddly enough, a sea turtles sex is determined by the temperature in the nest!...

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Discover The Lérins Islands

The Lérins Islands are composed of a group of four Mediterranean islands off the side of the French Riviera. The largest two islands in the group are the  Île Sainte-Marguerite and the Île Saint-Honorat. All of these are under the administration of the commune of...

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Visit Kauai – The Garden Isle

At 1.2 to 1.3 million annual visitors, Kauai is the fourth most visited island and fourth largest landmass in the Hawaiian Island chain. You will be amazed to find the number of euphoric views it holds. This island perfectly harmonizes a laid-back, yet exhilarating...

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3 Types of Alternative Housing

It's not everyone's dream to live in a big mansion. See how you can save some cash and live a more extreme life!   Tiny Houses are a relatively new and seriously considered housing trend that has grown in popularity over the years. Who would ever sign up for such...

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Discover Isla San Jeronimo

The Isla San Jeronimo is an island in the Pacific Ocean west of the Baja California Peninsula. This is a .75-mile-long island that lies 8.75 SSE of Punta Baja, 5.25 miles WNW of San Antonio, and 2 miles N of the north edge of the infamous Sacramento Reef. This is...

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Top 3 Affordable Vacations this Winter

Use winter break to your advantage this year and experience different ways of life and culture! Rome: Now is the best time to visit Rome due to the drop in tourist crowds and room rates. Even though it may be a little cooler, it rarely ever gets below freezing. For...

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Pros & Cons of Studying Overseas

Traveling around the world and learning about new cultures is usually the best selling point for a foreign exchange student. However, as shiny and exciting as the deal is, there are some hidden surprises that can either make or break your experience.   PROS:...

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What it takes to get your Sailing License?

Sailing is one of those pastimes that takes a lot of dedication and work to see everything pay off. There are certain requirements and pre-requisites that you need to obtain in order to become fully licensed as a captain. This is a list of everything needed in order...

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REVIEWING MARINE PROTECTED AREAS COULD SAVE SEABIRDS

As of right now, only 3% of our ocean’s surface is protected which is notably less than the amount of terrestrial land that we are protecting. It has been shown that we could increase the percentage of seabird conservation by over 20%.  Right now, seabirds are the...

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Discover Antigua

Antigua is an island in the West Indies, it is a part of the Leeward Islands in the Caribbean. To the natives of the island, it is known as Waladli. On November 1, 1981, both Antigua and Barbuda became an independent state within the Commonwealth of Nations. This...

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