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28. Jan. 21:44

2.42, -22.09

It is important to concentrate when performing the rigid sampling procedures. Photo: Susanne Njølstad Skandsen

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Marking milestones from time to time is important for keeping up morale and today is our second Saturday at sea, the first quiz-evening and during the night also the first changing of the clocks – i.e., we will adjust the ship’s time one our back. We have also had our second scientific sampling stop on this leg - which is a good thing – for in a few days we will sail through the exclusive economic zone of St. Helena, where we will have to take a break for a few days. In the meantime, we have enough of activities to keep us busy and tomorrow man-over-bord and firing exercises are on the program – though not simultaneously. With greetings from the South Atlantic Ocean – Captain M. A. Seidl and crew

28. Jan. 17:00
-22.09, 2.42
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The One Ocean Expedition is a circumnavigation by the Norwegian tall ship Statsraad Lehmkuhl. We aim to to share knowledge about the crucial role of the ocean for a sustainable development in a global perspective.

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