In early November, four thrill-seeking sailors navigated 660 miles from New York to Bermuda in just 66 hours. They were not traveling in luxury aboard a heavy-duty boat, with creature comforts and the ample horsepower required for most open-ocean voyages. … Continue reading 66 hours #Bermuda #NewYork in the World’s 1st Off-Shore Catamaran @RedBull
June 17, 2014 | Author: David Doubilet One evening last July, we went to sea with Teddy Tucker. Teddy’s wife, Edna, and Ginger the cat wished us well from the porch of their stout and steady old Bermuda home on Kings … Continue reading Remembering Teddy Tucker – The Voice of the Sargasso Sea @NatGeo
In the Sargasso Sea and around Bermuda, fragments from the breakdown of plastics, especially single-use plastics, are accumulating in sea life, and we are all responsible. The impact of plastic and its impact in the oceans is gaining increasing attention, … Continue reading A Plastic Sea #Bermuda @KBBdotBM @greenrockorg
Guardian environment reporter Oliver Milman joins a group of scientists on an underwater expedition off the Bermuda coast to help chart its hidden depths and gauge the general health of the area’s reef and coral. Travelling in a two-man submersible, … Continue reading Deep Sea Dive into #Bermuda ’s Hidden Depths @guardianvideo
Kite surfing in Bermuda – Sunken ships and lost aircraft nourish the myth! Read full story (German) here Kitesurfen auf den Bermudas – Gesunkene Schiffe und verschollene Flugzeuge nähren den Mythos um Kitereisen in das sagenumwobene Bermuda Dreieck. Mehr zu … Continue reading #Kitesurfing #Bermuda @WatchKMTV
The Bermuda Triangle has been in the headlines recently thanks to a paper by Arctic University of Norway researchers showing oceanic methane bubbles can cause “enormous blowouts,” air … Continue reading Has Science Solved the #Bermuda Triangle Mystery?
Sunday afternoon in November in Bermuda at Eastern Blue Cut on the northern edge of the Bermuda platform where the water is still around 70 feet or less deep some five miles north of Dockyard in Somerset. The water is … Continue reading Eastern Blue Cut #Bermuda
Between the month of March and April every year about 10,000 whales go by Bermuda. The island’s sea mount is a final pit stop for the entire North Atlantic humpback whale population on their swim north out of the Caribbean before they break … Continue reading Whale Battle #Bermuda