Puerto Rico November 19th 2017 I slept though our arrival in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Neither Peter nor I heard the loud silence from engines being cut, distant shouts from dockside crew catching heavy lines to secure the ship, rubber-soled patter from customs, immigration, health department and Coast Guard officials boarding us to allow for entry into the US. Nowhere on our travels did the officers and crew have to experience su ... read more
Central America Caribbean » Puerto Rico » San Juan Populated for centuries by aboriginal peoples, the island was claimed by the Spanish Crown in 1493 following Columbus' second voyage to the Americas. In 1898, after 400 years of colonial rule that saw the indigenous population nearly exterminated and... ... read more
Bridget Bayer is the first mate of Ama Natura. Along with Captain Peter Wilcox, her husband, they are a couple of experienced sailors, activists, leaders and are lucky enough to perfectly complement each other in a daring and rock-solid relationship now primarily focused on a project to eliminate the use of petroleum in the NW Inside Passage.
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The Inside Passage Decarbonization Project is about dramatically reducing carbon in the waterways of the Inside Passage. We are banding toget... full info