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Tara Expeditions

Non-profit research study to save the world oceans

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Organization: Tara Expeditions
Purpose: Non-profit research study to save the world oceans
Destination: Pacific Ocean
Info: For the past 14 years the boat has been constantly on the move and have traveled 400,000km km across the world oceans and has been an important platform for scientific research to study the impacts of climate change and the ecological crisis on the ocean.

Image rights by: ©A.Deniaud ©S.Bollet ©F.Latreille ©Vincent Hilaire ©Pierre de Parscau

In 2016 Tara began their 2 year long expedition with focus on the resistance of corals and their adaptation to change in the Pacific Ocean and they have already planned their next around the world journey to continue their research studies.

We are proud to be able to support the crew in their important research work that they are doing on board with our PRO DRYBAG 45L to keep their gear dry and safe onboard.

Get behind Tara Expeditions and help save the world oceans.

For more information about our Partnership and the admirable work Tara Expeditions do Link

 

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